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Professor Christopher Frid
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Long-term changes over the latter half of the 20th century have been evaluated for a number of planktonic and benthic time series for the central-west North Sea region, alongside long-term changes in large-scale climatic and regional meteorological variables. Parallel long-term increases were observed in most of the climatic and meteorological series, and in one of the benthic series. In addition to these long-term changes, quasi-coincident changes were also observed during the early 1980s and mid to late 1980s across the abiotic and biotic series. We discuss the similarities and dissimilarities observed across these long-term time series, and the importance of considering the influence of both direct and indirect effects on long-term changes in the central-west North Sea ecosystem.
Author(s): Clark RA, Frid CLJ
Publication type: Article
Publication status: Published
Journal: Senckenbergiana Maritima
Print publication date: 01/01/2001
ISSN (print): 0080-889X
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