Long term monitoring of day-night fish assemblage at OBSEA
Tipo de documentoTexto en actas de congreso
Fecha de publicación2013
Condiciones de accesoAcceso abierto
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.
CitaciónSantamaria, 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.