High frequency monitoring and the reducing of
disturbance of sampling activities have a vital importance in the
study of fish communities. The aim of this paper is to describe
temporal patterns in habitat utilization by a coastal fish
assemblage throughout the year 2012. A high frequency long term
photo identification monitoring has been carried out with this
objective. At about 63.000 individuals representing 28 species
were identified, suggesting the occurrence of different day-night
rhythms among them. Future comparisons with physical
parameters will be developed to get a better understanding of
their movement patterns.
CitationSantamaria, J. [et al.]. Long term monitoring of day-night fish assemblage at OBSEA. A: International Workshop on Marine Technology. "5th International Workshop on Marine Technology". Girona: 2013, p. 58-60.
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