Gerard C. A. Duineveld
Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research
OceanographyEcologyFisheryBenthic zoneBiology
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#1Furu MienisH-Index: 17
#2Tjeerd J. BoumaH-Index: 55
Last. Gerard C. A. DuineveldH-Index: 32
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Despite their importance for ecosystem functioning, little is known about flow patterns at the cold-water coral-patch scale (i.e. cm to m). In situ flow speed measurements using moorings or landers only provide general near-reef flow patterns, and experimental studies so far have focussed on single coral branches for feeding and behavioural studies. We addressed this knowledge gap by means of a flume study. The effect of different coral patches (4, 10 and 25 cm height), created from dead coral b...
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#1Thomas D. Linley (Aberd.: University of Aberdeen)H-Index: 9
#2Marc S. S. LavaleyeH-Index: 22
Last. Imants G. Priede (Aberd.: University of Aberdeen)H-Index: 46
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Autonomous photographic landers are a low-impact survey method for the assessment of mobile fauna in situations where methods such as trawling are not feasible or ethical. Three institutions collaborated through the CoralFISH project, each using differing lander systems, to assess the effects of cold‐water corals on fish diversity and density. The Biogenic Reef Ichthyofauna Lander (BRIL, Oceanlab), Autonomous Lander for Biological Experiments (ALBEX, NIOZ) and the Marine Environment MOnitoring s...
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A long-term lander employing a baited camera system was developed to study temporal variation in the presence of scavenging fish and invertebrates at a cold-water coral community on Galway Mound (Belgica Mound Province, NE Atlantic). The camera system was tested during two successful long-term deployments for periods of 6 and 12 months respectively. The baited system, consisting of two separate video cameras with infrared lights and a bait dispenser with 24 bait positions, recorded more than 15,...
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#1Sandra Brooke (FSU: Florida State University)H-Index: 18
#2M.W. WattsH-Index: 1
Last. Steve W. Ross (UNCW: University of North Carolina at Wilmington)H-Index: 22
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A multi-disciplinary study of two major submarine canyons, Baltimore Canyon and Norfolk Canyon, off the US mid-Atlantic coast focused on the ecology and biology of canyon habitats, particularly those supporting deep-sea corals. Historical data on deep-sea corals from these canyons were sparse with less than 750 records for the mid-Atlantic region, with most being soft sediment species. This study substantially increased the number of deep-sea coral records for the target canyons and the region. ...
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#2C. WhalenH-Index: 1
Last. Furu MienisH-Index: 17
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#1Nancy G. Prouty (USGS: United States Geological Survey)H-Index: 13
#2Pamela L. Campbell (USGS: United States Geological Survey)H-Index: 1
Last. Sandra Brooke (FSU: Florida State University)H-Index: 18
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Deep-sea ecosystems encompass unique and often fragile communities that are sensitive to a variety of anthropogenic and natural impacts. After the 2010 Deepwater Horizon (DWH) oil spill, sampling efforts documented the acute impact of the spill on some deep-sea coral colonies. To investigate the impact of the DWH spill on quality and quantity of biomass delivered to the deep-sea, a suite of geochemical tracers (e.g., stable and radio-isotopes, lipid biomarkers, and compound-specific isotopes) wa...
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#1Frédéric CyrH-Index: 7
#2Hans van HarenH-Index: 24
Last. Daniel Bourgault (Université du Québec à Rimouski)H-Index: 14
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Using a combination of in situ observations and idealistic 2-D nonhydrostatic numericalsimulations, the relation between cold-water coral (CWC) mound size and hydrodynamics is explored forthe Rockall Bank area in the North Atlantic Ocean. It is shown that currents generated by topographicallytrapped tidal waves in this area cause large isopycnal depressions resulting from an internal hydrauliccontrol above CWC mounds. The oxygen concentration distribution is used as a tracer to visualize the flo...
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#1M.J.N. BergmanH-Index: 16
#2Selma M. UbelsH-Index: 1
Last. Erik W. G. Meesters (WUR: Wageningen University and Research Centre)H-Index: 1
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As part of a large impact study in a wind farm (OWEZ) in the Dutch coastal zone, the effects of exclusion of bottom trawling on the benthic community were studied by comparison with nearby reference areas which were regularly fished. In addition to a standard boxcorer for common macrofauna, a Triple-D dredge was used to collect longer-lived, more sparsely distributed infauna and epifauna. Multivariate analysis did not reveal any difference between the assemblages in and outside OWEZ with respect...
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#1J. van BleijswijkH-Index: 1
#2C. WhalenH-Index: 1
Last. Furu MienisH-Index: 17
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Abstract. This study characterizes the microbial community composition over Haas Mound, one of the most prominent cold-water coral mounds of the Logachev Mound province (Rockall Bank, NE Atlantic). We outline patterns of distribution vertically – from the seafloor to the water column – and laterally – across the mound – and couple these to mound topography and hydrography. Samples of water, sediment and Lophelia pertusa were collected in 2012 and 2013 from locations that were chosen based on hig...
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Here we present data on the wax and wane of a subtidal Ensis directus population which settled in 2009 off the coast of Egmond (North Holland Coast in The Netherlands). Initial densities decreased from a maximum of 700 m- 2 in early 2010 to about 50 m- 2 in June 2013. In this period the average length increased from ~ 4 cm to ~ 12 cm. In 2011–2012 the population was sampled at 3 to 6 week intervals and near bottom environmental conditions were monitored continuously. Samples of animals that were...
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