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Smothering effects by marine snow on coral reef organisms, Great Barrier Reef

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Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS)
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A preliminary study on the effects of marine snow on organisms of the Great Barrier Reef was carried out experimentally in the laboratory.A 15 cm branch of Acropora sp. (from a coastal reef near Cairns) was cut into 20 pieces less than 1 cm and positioned in groups of four on slides and exposed to sedimentation in tanks with different water regimes: coastal water (contained some marine snow), offshore water (no marine snow detected), nearshore water (no marine snow detected). To test the short-term effects of deposition of TEP-enriched muddy marine snow and sediments on the survival of small reef associated organisms, by exposing them to sediments with and without TEP-enrichment.

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Credit
Fabricius, Katharina E, Dr (Principal Investigator)

Modified: 12 07 2024

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146.2,-16 146.2,-18 145.4,-18 145.4,-16 146.2,-16

145.8,-17

text: westlimit=145.4; southlimit=-18.0; eastlimit=146.2; northlimit=-16.0

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Rapid smothering of coral organisms by muddy marine snow: Fabricius KE and Wolanski EJ (2000) Rapid smothering of coral organisms by muddy marine snow. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science 50: 115-120.

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Rapid smothering of coral reef organisms by muddy marine snow: Fabricius KE and Wolanski EJ (1999) Rapid smothering of coral reef organisms by muddy marine snow. p. 37. In: North Queensland Sedimentologists' 1st Annual Workshop: Extended Abstracts. School of Earth Sciences, James Cook University.

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