Micronekton community structure in the epipelagic
zone of the northern California Current upwelling system.
(200.) The epipelagic
zone is defined as the upper zone of the
, recorded from surface to at least 91 m (300 ft) (min.: Miller and Lea 1972; max.: N.
The predominant frequency of occurrence of the Sergestidae from the genus Acetes is related to the fact that they occupy the epipelagic
or the mesopelagic zones (Simoes et al., 2012), being widely consumed also by the seabob-shrimp Xiphopenaeus kroyeri (Branco 2005).
austrodentatus Biozone are composed by almost pandemic species of the cosmopolitan epipelagic
biotope (Cooper et al.
Piontkovski (Editors), The mesoscale structure of the epipelagic
ecosystem of the open northern Arabian Sea, p.
A top predator invasion into the NPZ model was studied by , the paper considered possible consequences of biological invasion in an epipelagic
In the Beaufort Sea, wind direction plays an important role in the epipelagic
fish community (Jarvela and Thorsteinson, 1999).
The functions of nematocysts in prey capture by epipelagic
siphonophores (Coelenterata, Hydro/0a).
Now, largely thanks to the dedication of Randall and Cea, the current fauna of the island stands at 169 species of which 139 can be classified as shorefishes and 26 are epipelagic
Zones of the ocean column: epipelagic
, closest to the surface,
Most of the marine life familiar to us at the surface inhabits the epipelagic
zone, the sunlit realm, stretching down to about 600 feet.