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ENERGY FLOW THROUGH KRILL AGGREGATIONS IN DRAKE PASSAGE AND BRANSFIELD STRAIT

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ABSTRACT Krill biomass and the size distribution of krill are of great importance for energy flow through krill aggregations. Spatial distribution of energy flow through swarms of Euphausia superba may be entirely different from krill biomass distribution as determined by the hydroacoustic technique.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Polar Research, Institute of Ecology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Dzie-kan6w Lesny, Poland.

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2017-07-26

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