Interannual, Seasonal, and Diurnal Variations in Vertical and Horizontal Distribution Patterns of 6 Oithona spp. (Copepoda: Cyclopoida) in the South China Sea
Hwang, JS; Kumar, R; Dahms, HU; Tseng, LC; Chen, QC; Jshwang@mail.ntou.edu.tw
2010
发表期刊ZOOLOGICAL STUDIES
ISSN1021-5506
卷号49期号:2页码:220-229
摘要Jiang-Shiou Hwang, Ram Kumar, Hans-Uwe Dahms, Li-Chun Tseng, Qing-Chao Chen (2010) Interannual, seasonal, and diurnal variations in vertical and horizontal distribution patterns of 6 Oithona spp. (Copepoda: Cyclopoida) in the South China Sea. Zoological Studies 49(2): 220-229. Temporal changes in abundance and distribution patterns of cyclopoid copepods belonging to the genus Oithona were analyzed from a 3 yr survey in the South China Sea comprising 9 sampling cruises, during spring, summer, and autumn of 2000-2002. Plankton samples were collected by oblique tows of a North Pacific zooplankton net of 100 mu m mesh size including 3 different depth strata (50-0, 100-0, and 150-0 m) and provide the 1st multiscale depth study for an assemblage of Oithona spp. worldwide. The mean occurrence rate of Oithona spp. was > 85% with an average density of 45.86 +/- 206.97 individuals (ind.)/m(3). Among the 6 most abundant species, including O. attenuata, O. setigera, O. fallax, O. similis, O. rigida, and O. brevicornis, O. attenuata was dominant, with an average density of 45.9 +/- 133.61 ind./m(3) (with an occurrence ratio of 47.59%) throughout the study, followed by O. setigera with an average abundance of 9.49 +/- 34.11 ind./m(3). The average densities of these 2 highly abundant species were higher in samples collected from 100-0 and 150-0 m depths than those from surface samples. The intermediate-sized oceanic warm-water species, O. setigera, was most abundant during 2000 and 2001. During 2002, the smaller (< 1000 mu m) species, O. attenuata, became dominant. The occurrence rate of O. attenuata was higher at coastal stations than at offshore stations, whereas O. setigera showed no significant differences in occurrence between coastal and oceanic stations. The average oithonid abundance recorded during the spring was higher than in either summer or autumn. In spring, the oithonid assemblage was dominated by O. setigera in 2000 and 2001, whereas O. attenuata was the most dominant species in 2002. Oithona fallax appeared in summer and autumn; in contrast, O. similis was not recorded in summer samples. Total oithonid densities did not significantly differ in relation to the depth layer sampled. http://zoolstud.sinica.edu.tw/Journals/49.2/220.pdf
部门归属[Hwang, Jiang-Shiou; Kumar, Ram; Tseng, Li-Chun] Natl Taiwan Ocean Univ, Inst Marine Biol, Chilung, Taiwan; [Kumar, Ram] Univ Delhi, Acharaya Narendra Dev Coll, Lab Ecosyst Res, New Delhi 110019, India; [Dahms, Hans-Uwe] Sangmyung Univ, Coll Nat Sci, Green Life Sci Dept, Seoul 110743, South Korea; [Chen, Qing-Chao] Chinese Acad Sci, S China Sea Inst Oceanog, Guangzhou, Guangdong, Peoples R China
关键词Spatiotemporal Distribution Community Structure Horizontal And Vertical Distribution South China Sea Oithona
学科领域Zoology
URL查看原文
收录类别sci
资助项目LMB
WOS记录号WOS:000276575900007
引用统计
文献类型期刊论文
条目标识符http://ir.scsio.ac.cn/handle/344004/3856
专题中科院海洋生物资源可持续利用重点实验室
通讯作者Jshwang@mail.ntou.edu.tw
推荐引用方式
GB/T 7714
Hwang, JS,Kumar, R,Dahms, HU,et al. Interannual, Seasonal, and Diurnal Variations in Vertical and Horizontal Distribution Patterns of 6 Oithona spp. (Copepoda: Cyclopoida) in the South China Sea[J]. ZOOLOGICAL STUDIES,2010,49(2):220-229.
APA Hwang, JS,Kumar, R,Dahms, HU,Tseng, LC,Chen, QC,&Jshwang@mail.ntou.edu.tw.(2010).Interannual, Seasonal, and Diurnal Variations in Vertical and Horizontal Distribution Patterns of 6 Oithona spp. (Copepoda: Cyclopoida) in the South China Sea.ZOOLOGICAL STUDIES,49(2),220-229.
MLA Hwang, JS,et al."Interannual, Seasonal, and Diurnal Variations in Vertical and Horizontal Distribution Patterns of 6 Oithona spp. (Copepoda: Cyclopoida) in the South China Sea".ZOOLOGICAL STUDIES 49.2(2010):220-229.
条目包含的文件
条目无相关文件。
个性服务
推荐该条目
保存到收藏夹
查看访问统计
导出为Endnote文件
相关权益政策
暂无数据
收藏/分享
所有评论 (0)
暂无评论
 

除非特别说明,本系统中所有内容都受版权保护,并保留所有权利。