Deep-sea Pycnogonida from the temperate West Coast of the United States

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Smithsonian Institution Press , Washington, D.C
Pycnogonida -- Pacific Coast (U.S.) -- Classification, Pycnogonida -- Pacific Coast (U.S.) -- Geographical distrib
StatementC. Allan Child
SeriesSmithsonian contributions to zoology -- no. 556
ContributionsSmithsonian Institution. Press
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 23 p. :
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Open LibraryOL13617122M

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collected from the east coast of. The information on the composition and distribution of present-day pycnogonids in different regions of the World Ocean and, especially, in the northern part of the Atlantic Ocean acquired during the past decades allowed us to perform a biogeographical analysis of these animals, which represent a permanent component of bottom communities.

For 34 species of Cited by: 5. Biodiversity is surprising. Did you know that there exist sea spiders. Pycnogonida, also known as "sea spiders", form one of the strangest groups of arthropods that have ever existed.

They belong to the subphylum Chelicerata (along with spiders) and are a part of the invertebrate fauna from seas and oceans all over the world. Although. Deep-sea Pycnogonida from the temperate West Coast of the United States / C. Allan Child. Washington, D.C. Smithsonian Institution Press, fig.

,23 p. 28 cm. (Smithsonian contributions to zoology ; ). Cu bibliogr. Quaternary Sea-Level History of the United States Fig. Cross-sections showing idealized geomorphic and stratigraphic expression of coastal landforms and deposits found on low-wave-energy carbonate coasts of Florida and the Bahamas (upper) and high-wave-energy rocky coasts of Oregon and California (lower).

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The abyssopelagic zone, an area of immense pressure and constant cold (35°° F) is inhabited primarily by decapods and, in the deepest waters, by mysid shrimp. The hadopelagic zone (or hadal zone) occurs in oceanic trenches.

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The finds included a "faceless fish" undocumented there since Deep-sea Pycnogonida from the north and south Atlantic basins. iv, 54 p., 15 figs, 4to, wrps (Smiths. Contr. Zool. ); CR € 10 Deep-sea Pycnogonida from the temperate west coast of the United States. 23 p., 5 figs, 4to, wrps (Smiths.

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Marine biodiversity of the United States (U.S.) is extensively documented, but data assembled by the United States National Committee for the Census of Marine Life demonstrate that even the most complete taxonomic inventories are based on records scattered in space and time.

The best-known taxa are those of commercial by: Scientists spent a month exploring the Gulf of Mexico's deep sea habitats — and the images they brought back are astonishing Jeremy Berke TZ. Submarine canyons are considered to be a major conduit for sediment transport from the continent into the deep sea.

Under the direction of Charlie Paull we have begun to study the canyon using multiple techniques used to understand these dynamic processes. Introduction. Until recently, benthic habitats dominated by deep-sea corals (DSC) appeared to be more scattered and less extensive in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM) (Brooke and Schroeder,Schroeder and Brooke, ) than on the slopes of the northeastern Atlantic Ocean (Hall-Spencer et al., ) or off the southeastern United States (SEUS) (Ross and Nizinski,Reed et Cited by: 1.

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