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Relocation of luminophores by macrofauna

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Title Relocation of luminophores by macrofauna
Title of Series Luminophore distributions
Author Lindqvist, Stina
License CC Attribution 3.0 Germany:
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DOI 10.5446/21340
Publisher Copernicus Publications
Release Date 2016
Language Silent film

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Subject Area Environmental Sciences / Ecology
Abstract Time-lapse video of images that illustrate 2-D redistribution of luminescent particles (luminophores) caused by particle reworking activities by benthic macrofauna during a two-weeks experiment. Please note that the relative timing on the video does not correspond to the timing when images were captured. 4 replicates for each treatment are shown for the species Nephtys incisa, Abra nitida, Nuculana pernula and Thyasira sarsii (video A), and Glycera alba, Lipobranchius jeffreysii, Scalibregma inflatum and Brissopsis lyrifera (video B).
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