Importance et role du materiel organique vivant et inerte dans les suspensions de la Baie de Seine

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January 24, 1985

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Ifremer

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Zonal distribution Estuaries Species diversity Plankton Suspended inorganic matter Sedimentation Hydrodynamics Suspended organic matter

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Plankton

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J Dupont et al., « Importance et role du materiel organique vivant et inerte dans les suspensions de la Baie de Seine », Archimer, archive institutionnelle de l'Ifremer, ID : 10670/1.96mspi


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Living and inert organic matter take an important place inside suspensions in Seine Bay. There particulate matter and the organo-mineral particles can induce granulometric modes, which constitute a determinant component for dynamics characterizing of suspensions. Organic fraction, in particular, plankton (diatoms and zooplankton) is a main factor in open sea which can concentrate when coming into contact with mass water fronts. Organo-mineral aggregates are present in all estuaries. Importance and action of this organic particulate matter are studied for a best knowledge of this ecosystem.

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