2 edition of Stabilization of subtidal sediments by the transplantation of the seagrass Zostera marina L. found in the catalog.
Stabilization of subtidal sediments by the transplantation of the seagrass Zostera marina L.
A. Coolidge Churchill
Includes bibliographical references (p. 47-48).
|Statement||A. Coolidge Churchill, Anthony E. Cok, Michael I. Riner ; edited by D. Hamlin, R. Pugliese.|
|Series||NYSSGP-RS -- 78-15.|
|Contributions||Cok, Anthony E., Riner, Michael I.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
Eelgrass (Zostera marina) is a marine angiosperm (flowering plant) of great importance in the Northern plays important roles in sediment deposition, substrate stabilization, as substrate for epiphytic algae and microinvertebrates, and as nursery grounds for many species of economically important marine vertebrates and macroinvertebrates. Study site. Waitemata Harbour, North Island, New Zealand (Fig. 1) is a large, well-mixed estuary in urban Auckland, covering an area of ~80 km 2,The estuary is 36% intertidal, with a .
Eelgrass (Zostera marina) forms the foundation of an important shallow coastal community in protected estuaries and read population declines have stimulated restoration efforts, but these have often overlooked the importance of maintaining the evolutionary potential of restored populations by minimizing the reduction in genetic diversity that typically accompanies restoration. Sediment processes and healthy seagrass beds The sediment values we have measured in North Island estuaries fall within the range for seagrasses elsewhere in the world; in general, seagrasses tend to grow in sediments with an organic matter content of below 6%, redox potentials of mV or more, and moderate porewater.
Ecosystem engineering by annual intertidal seagrass beds: Sediment accretion and modification. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science Borum, J., Wium-Andersen, S. Biomass and production of epiphytes on eelgrass (Zostera marina L.) . Genotypic structure and temporal dynamics of the dwarf seagrass, Zostera noltii, were studied in an intertidal meadow that has persisted since prior to near the Wadden Sea island of Sylt. Samples were collected from two 10 × 10 m plots separated by m from May to June and from four 1 × 1 m plots from June to September
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Similarly, Zostera marina seeds were used to successfully restore seagrass meadows in Chesapeake Bay, USA (Orth et al.
), whereas seed restoration in. Churchill, A.C., A.E. Cok, and M.I. Riner. Stabilization of subtidal sediments by the transplantation of the seagrass Zostera marina L.
New York Sea Grant Report, NYSSGR-RS, Albany, New York. Cooperative Institute for Coastal and. Stabilization of subtidal sediments by the transplantation of the seagrass Zostera marina L. New York Sea Grant Report Series. NYSSGP RS p. Cohen, A.N., Carlton, J.T., Fountain, M.C., Introduction, dispersal and potential impacts of the green crab Carcinus maenas in San Fransisco Bay.
FonsecaReciprocal transplant of the Cited by: Eelgrass (Zostera marina L.) has long been recognized for its role in sediment stability and in biological productivity. Therefore seagrass transplanting has gained increasing attention as a method of reducing detrimental impacts on subtidal habitats in the coastal zone.
Our transplanting technique consists of attaching whole, vegetative shoots, ’rinsed free of sediment, to 25 cm L-shaped Cited by: 7. Stabilization of subtidal sediments by the transplantation of the seagrass Zostera marina L.
New York Sea Grant Institute NYSSGP-RS, 48 pp. New York Sea Grant Institute NYSSGP-RS, 48 pp. Google ScholarCited by: One-year survival rates at three subtidal transplant sites were 75–95% for transplants, and were 98–99% at four of the five subtidal sites planted in Zostera marina.
Until the early 's, a number of workshops, review articles and book chapters had been conducted and written on seagrass restoration (e.g. Fonseca et al., ;Lord et al., ; Calumpong and. seagrass (Zostera marina, L.) in Swedish coastal waters.
Ambio 32(5): Stabilization of subtidal sediments by the transplantation of the seagrass Zostera marina L. NYSSGPRS 78 Inshore and Shelf Subtidal Sediments: 3. Subtidal seagrass beds of the eelgrass Zostera marina are considered nationally scarce and found on the west coast of Scotland extending up to the Northern Isles with a few records from the east coast in more sheltered bays and firths.
The eelgrass stabilises the underlying sediment and absorbs a. Stabilization of subtidal sediments by the transplantation of the seagrass Zostera marina L. New York Sea Grant Report Series, NYSSGP RS, 48pp. New York Sea Grant Report Series, NYSSGP RS, 48pp. Dead seagrass roots and rhizomes often make a significant contribution to the pool of detritus in the sediments (Duarte et al.,Mateo et al., ).This is particularly the case for Posidonia oceanica in the Mediterranean, which forms meter deep mats (), but most other seagrasses with large roots and rhizomes accumulate seagrass detritus as found for Z.
marina in the Baltic Sea. Eelgrass, Zostera marina, is the most abundant seagrass species on the coast of Korea, but most large eelgrass meadows have disappeared since the s due to human-induced disturbance.
Stabilization of subtidal sediments by the transplantation of the seagrass Zostera marina L. New York Sea Grant Institute NYSSGP-RS, 48 pp. New York Sea Grant Institute NYSSGP-RS, 48 pp. Google Scholar.
subtidal sediments by the transplantation of the seagrass Zostera the seagrass Zostera marina on the Seasonal and year-to-year variations in the growth of Zostera marina L.
were measured. DISTRIBUTION AND MORPHOLOGY OF EELGRASS (ZOSTERA MARINA L.) AT THE CALIFORNIA CHANNEL ISLANDS JOHN M.
ENGLE1 AND KATHY ANN MILLER2 1Marine Science Institute, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA ; [email protected] 2Wrigley Marine Science Center, University of Southern California, 1 Big Fisherman Cove, Avalon, CA.
PDF of this article ( KB) Anne-Maree Schwarz Fleur Matheson Trevor Mathieson Seagrasses are integral to our estuaries and coastlines, but they are vulnerable to the impacts of development.
Seagrasses in the estuarine landscape Subtidal seagrass fringe in Whangapoua Harbour. (Photo: M. Francis) Seagrasses are the only flowering plants that grow in the sea. Churchill AC, Cok AE and Riner MI () Stabilization of Subtidal Sediments by the Transplantation of the Seagrass Zostera marina L., New York Sea Grant Report NYSSGPRS, 48 p Google Scholar Churchill AC, Nieves G and Brenowitz AH ().
The typical mass density and Young's modulus of the seagrass Zostera marina vary in the range – kg/m 3 (Abdelrhman, ; Fonseca, ; Fonseca et al., ) and – GPa (Bradley & Houser, ), respectively. These values can also be. Species diversity is highest in subtidal, fully marine, perennial populations of Zostera marina when compared to intertidal, estuarine or annual beds of Zostera spp.
Representative and characteristic species are listed by Davison & Hughes (). Species lists for major eelgrass beds are available for the Helford Passage (Sutton & Tompsett.
An Eelgrass (Zostera marina L.) bed in a very shallow subtidal habitat adjacent to a busy port in southwestern British Columbia, Canada, was the site of experimental ss populations were successfully established, using a variety of transplanting techniques, namely cores (plants with the sediment retained around the rhizomes and roots), sprigs (plants from which the sediment.
Introduction. Success in seagrass restoration has proven to be highly variable (e.g., [1–3]) and influenced by a number of stressors (e.g., ).Successful transplantation and restoration (or rehabilitation) of seagrass rely upon knowledge of the target species’ autecological requirements to determine the appropriate transplant unit type [5,6] and appropriate recipient site , including.subtidal marine sediments by the transplantation of the seagrass Zn~tera marina L.
N.Y. Sea Grant Rep. NYSSGP-RS 48pp. Costa, J. E. Eelgrass (Znstera marina L.) in Buzzards Bay: Distribution, production, and historical changes in abundance.
EPA Technical Report, pp. Costa, J.E. The effects of oil ed sediments.Subtidal Seagrass Monitoring Methods & ID Book 3 EQUIPMENT CHECK LIST: Mobile device loaded with I-Tracker Seagrass Mapping & Monitoring application GoPro camera and quadrat sampler Spare battery for GoPro camera Sediment grab sampler or core sampler (PVC pipe) Plastic tub Depth sounder Viewing bucket Subtidal Seagrass Monitoring Methods &.