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The delayed seasonal chlorophyll a maximum along the continental slope margin (typically 2 mg mÀ3 in June) and increases in chlorophyll a levels for summer blooms along the Ushant Front off Brittany (yellow) are evident. 5 mg mÀ3. Sediment loading (red) is obscuring the chlorophyll in some coastal regions. , 1976, 1978; Pingree and GriYths, 1978). Hydrographic conditions across the English Channel vary from stratiﬁed near the English coast, through a transitional region in the center of the Channel, to the Ushant frontal boundary, with a vertically well-mixed zone near the French coast (Pingree, 1978; Le Fe`vre, 1986).
2002). g. , 2004). This subset of species has increased in relative population abundance rapidly and opportunistically in response to warming, although the reverse has not occurred—equivalent numbers of taxa have not undergone concomitant declines. One explanation for this trend is that the abundances of many species within the community are limited by temperature-dependent resources, and on warming, the habitats can support a greater abundance of individuals of those species. K. , 2004). The dominant species in the subset, however, have no direct commercial importance in the region.
1979). The measurements of inorganic phosphate made by Atkins from 1924 to 1930 were diYcult to relate to those of later years, which were carried out by diVerent analysts with modiﬁed methods. Joint et al. (1997) have shown that Cooper (1938a) overestimated the correction needed for salt error in Atkins’s analyses. Figure 10A gives the corrected winter maxima, showing the decline from 1929 to 1938 and the return of higher maxima from 1972 to 1984. Figure 10B shows integrated primary production from 1964 to 1984 for comparison with the phosphate values.