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Hydrobiological Journal
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Hydrobiological Journal

DOI: 10.1615/HydrobJ.v50.i4.10
pages 3-14

Zooplankton of Koporskaya Bay of the Gulf of Finland in the Zone of the Influence of the Leningrad NPS

M. Ye. Makushenko
Institute of Geoecology Russian Academy of Sciences Saint-Petersburg, Russia
D. V. Kulakov
Institute of Geoecology Russian Academy of Sciences Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation
Ye. A. Vereshchagina
Saint-Petersburg State University Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation

RESUMO

In the littoral zone of Koporskaya Bay adjacent to the discharge canals of the Leningrad NPS, the number of zooplankton species, and also their numbers and biomass, decreases, whereas the trophic structure of the community simplifies. Mainly eurythermic and euryhalinic species dominate in zooplankton. In this case, stenothermic and stenohalinic species either eliminate from the community, or their abundance essentially decreases. The structure of zooplankton changes in space.


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