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Low abundance and high species richness: the structure of the soft-bottom isopod fauna of a West Antarctic glacial fjord

Zemko and Krzysztof Pabis were also supported by University of Lodz internal funds. We want to thank the reviewers for their valuable comments that helped to improve the manuscript. Thanks are also due to

Small-scale spatial variation of soft-bottom polychaete biomass in an Antarctic glacial fjord (Ezcurra Inlet, South Shetlands): comparison of sites at different levels of disturbance

Krzysztof Pabis 0 Robert Sobczyk 0 0 K. Pabis (&) R. Sobczyk Laboratory of Polar Biology and Oceanobiology, University of Lodz , Banacha 12/16, 90-237 Lodz , Poland There is still only a small ... comparable datasets, including the data on biomass of particular species. Acknowledgments The study was supported by Polish Committee of Scientific Research project No. PBZ-KBN-108/PO4/2004. Krzysztof Pabis

Distinct or similar? Soft bottom polychaete diversity in Arctic and Antarctic glacial fjords

The main aim of this study was to compare the polychaete communities in two similar polar areas: an Arctic fjord, Hornsund (Svalbard) and an Antarctic fjord, Ezcurra Inlet (South Shetlands). This is the first attempt to compare Arctic and Antarctic diversity based on fully comparable datasets. Forty van Veen grab samples were collected in each fjord: twenty replicates were taken in ...

First insights into the deep-sea tanaidacean fauna of the Ross Sea: species richness and composition across the shelf break, slope and abyss

Tanaidaceans belong to the most severely underestimated groups of benthic macrofauna of the Southern Ocean. Here, we analyze 11 samples collected with a small-meshed epibenthic sled in the summer season of 2008, in the Ross Sea, at the shelf break, slope and abyss (365–3490 m). The material was obtained during a RV Tangaroa voyage as part of the New Zealand International Polar ...

Structure of bryozoan communities in an Antarctic glacial fjord (Admiralty Bay, South Shetlands)

. Krzysztof Pabis was also partially supported by University of Lodz internal funds. This research was also supported by the Polish Geological InstituteNational Research Institute during the realization of the

Distribution patterns of polychaete fauna in an Arctic fjord (Hornsund, Spitsbergen)

financial support from the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education (540/NAODP/2009/0). Krzysztof Pabis was partially financed from the University of odz internal funds. We would like to thank H. Feder

Polychaete fauna associated with holdfasts of the large brown alga Himantothallus grandifolius in Admiralty Bay, King George Island, Antarctic

Krzysztof Pabis 0 Jacek Sicinski 0 0 K. Pabis (&) J. Sicinski Laboratory of Polar Biology and Oceanobiology, University of Lodz , Banacha 12/16, 90-237 Lodz, Poland The polychaete community

Distribution patterns in the biomass of macrozoobenthic communities in Admiralty Bay (King George Island, South Shetlands, Antarctic)

Krzysztof Pabis 0 Jacek Sicinski 0 Magdalena Krymarys 0 0 K. Pabis (&) J. Sicinski M. Krymarys Laboratory of Polar Biology and Oceanobiology, University of Lodz , Banacha 12/16, 90-237 Lodz, Poland

Macrozoobenthos of two Antarctic glacial coves: a comparison with non-disturbed bottom areas

There are only few studies on shallow Antarctic benthic communities associated with habitats affected by intense mineral sedimentation inflow. The analysis of macrofaunal communities associated with two shallow, isolated glacial coves was performed in Admiralty Bay (King George Island) and compared with non-disturbed sites. Multivariate analyses (hierarchical classification, nMDS) ...