By Michael P. Lesser
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However, significant inter-annual variations in meiofaunal abundance were observed. 7 Temporal changes in sediments at the HAUSGARTEN site. Decreasing concentrations of photosynthetic pigments (top), organic carbon (middle) and total microbial biomass (bottom) recorded over the 2000–2005 time series are associated with increasing bottom water temperatures (Fig. 6). Figure adapted from Soltwedel et al. (2005a). The species composition of nematode communities was studied along the complete HAUSGARTEN bathymetric gradient for the year 2000, and three stations (1200, 2500, and 4000 m) were sub-sampled for detailed species-level analysis over the 5-year time series.
These time-series samples therefore suggest that decadal-scale changes have occurred among shallow-infaunal foraminifera at the PAP site, more or less coincident with changes in the megafauna, as well as indications of shorter-term events related to seasonally pulsed phytodetrital inputs. , 2010). Ostracods showed a significant decrease while most other taxa, including the second-ranked group the copepods (harpacticoids and their nauplii), did not exhibit significant temporal changes in abundance.
Arrow in C, D and E indicate a common reference point. Image courtesy of Tim Shank, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and adapted from Shank et al. (1998). In the north-east Pacific, several studies have assessed the temporal variability of hydrothermal ecosystems, most of them related to catastrophic events on the seafloor. , 1989). It initiated a 6-year study of successional patterns at vents (Tsurumi and Tunnicliffe, 2001). Additional studies at NEP sites 40 A. G. Glover et al. , 1997). , 1997).
Advances in Marine Biology, Vol. 58 by Michael P. Lesser