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    Huseby, Siv
    Perfomers of environmental monitoring, Universities, Umeå University, UmU, Umeå Marine Sciences Centre, UMSC.
    Naturtypsbestämning av utsjöstationer i Bottniska viken2017Report (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    Four offshore monitoring stations in the Gulf of Bothnia were in this study classified according to the Habitat Directive and EUNIS/ HUB. The stations were sampled with Van Veen grab and later taxonomically analyzed in the laboratory. For offshore stations there are three possible Natura2000 types: 1110 sandbanks, 1170 reefs and 1180 submarine structures made by leaking gases. None of the stations could fit the descriptions of any of these Natura 2000 habitat types. The sediment at all four stations was mostly clay (>90%) with elements of sand and silt and ferromanganese concretions. At all stations the amphipod species Monoporeia affinis and/or Pontoporeia femorata dominated the biomass. The EUNIS/HELCOM HUB classification for all stations was ABH3N1 Baltic aphotic muddy sediment dominated by Monoporeia affinis and/or Pontoporeia femorata.

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