AB - Vol. 2, No. 3 - Table of contents

Aquat Biol (Print ISSN: 1864-7782; Online ISSN: 1864-7790)
Copyright © 2008 Inter-Research. Published June 19

All articles of Volume 2 are available online with Open Access, compliments of Inter-Research.



AB Theme Section 1:

Bioturbation in aquatic environments: linking past and present

Editors: Martin Solan, Liam G. Herringshaw

AB Theme Section 1 examines the response of bioturbation (mixing of sediment by living organisms) to ecological crises and faunal changes. The contributions highlight how studies of modern and ancient aquatic environments can inform one another; this is critical to understanding and predicting effects of future ecological shifts.


As for all current AB articles, we are pleased to make the online version of AB Theme Section 1 available with Open Access.


THEME SECTION
Bioturbation in aquatic environments: linking past and present
AB 2:201-301 | Complete Theme Section in pdf format

TITLE PAGE
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Herringshaw LG, Solan M
Benthic bioturbation in the past, present and future
AB 2:201-205 | Full text in pdf format

Teal LR, Bulling MT, Parker ER, Solan M
Global patterns of bioturbation intensity and mixed depth of marine soft sediments
AB 2:207-218 | Full text in pdf format

Maire O, Lecroart P, Meysman F, Rosenberg R, Duchêne JC, Grémare A
Quantification of sediment reworking rates in bioturbation research: a review
AB 2:219-238 | Full text in pdf format

Meysman FJR, Malyuga VS, Boudreau BP, Middelburg JJ
Quantifying particle dispersal in aquatic sediments at short time scales: model selection
AB 2:239-254 | Full text in pdf format

Gingras MK, Dashtgard SE, MacEachern JA, Pemberton SG
Biology of shallow marine ichnology: a modern perspective
AB 2:255-268 | Full text in pdf format

White DS, Miller MF
Benthic invertebrate activity in lakes: linking present and historical bioturbation patterns
AB 2:269-277 | Full text in pdf format

Herringshaw LG, Davies NS
Bioturbation levels during the end-Ordovician extinction event: a case study of shallow marine strata from the Welsh Basin
AB 2:279-287 | Full text in pdf format

Solan M, Batty P, Bulling MT, Godbold JA
How biodiversity affects ecosystem processes: implications for ecological revolutions and benthic ecosystem function
AB 2:289-301 | Full text in pdf format