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1935). The seasonal cycle these workers described is the basis for many reviews and accounts in textbooks (Tait, 1972; Mills, 1989). This innovative, multidisciplinary study showed that zooplankton grazers limited the spring bloom of diatoms, whereas the autumn bloom appeared to be controlled LONG-TERM RESEARCH IN THE ENGLISH CHANNEL 27 Figure 16 Vertical distribution of chlorophyll a from March to October, station E1, 1975–1976, as milligrams per cubic metre. The lower panel shows details of sampling.
Kendall, continued in part by N. Mieskowska and M. A. Kendall and additional cirripede series from 1996 by S. J. Hawkins and R. Leaper (unpublished data). Striking changes in barnacle abundance can be seen in the data (Figure 26). , with a ‘‘southern’’ or warm-water distribution dominated shores in the 1950s (Southward, 1991) except shortly for a minor cold spell around 1955, and the Chthamalus species reached a marked peak in abundance following the very warm years of 1958–1959. In the 1960s and 1970s, Semibalanus balanoides, the ‘‘northern’’ coldwater species, became more prevalent, increasing rapidly after the cold winter of 1962–1963, which severely aVected Chthamalus populations (Southward, 1967).
1997), and primary production showed a slight increase. The observations indicate the complexity of interactions in the Channel ecosystem and the diYculty of separating the biological and chemical factors used in models. The introduction of remotely sensed information has greatly aided our understanding of spatial patterns in phytoplankton density in the western English Channel, putting in situ measurements in context. Infrared and visible images of the E1 region and South Western Approaches (Figure 6) have been provided for the MBA by the University of Dundee since 1975 and, more recently, by the NERC Remote Sensing Data Analytical Service (RSDAS) in Plymouth.