MEPS 572:179-192 Supplementary Videos

Ramos JE, Ramos-Rodríguez A, Bazzino Ferreri G, Kurczyn JA, Rivas D, Salinas-Zavala CA
Characterization of the northernmost spawning habitat of Dosidicus gigas with implications for its northwards range extension
MEPS 572:179-192 | Full text in pdf format


Animation S1.

Movement trajectories of Dosidicus gigas paralarvae during winter 2005. Stars represent the sampling sites where paralarvae were collected; respective movement trajectories from these sites are shown in different colors and represent the interpolated position every 3 hours of 50 seeded paralarvae per site. The simulation begins the day the first paralarvae was collected during winter and runs for 30 days based on the assumption that paralarvae would be more likely dispersed during this period of time before they can actively swim



Animation S2.

As for Animation S1 but during summer 2005.


Animation S3.

As for Animation S1 but during autumn 2005.