This paper reports the effects of common marine medicinal animals and their clinical applications in gynecological diseases for the fist time in Nanji Archipelago National Marine Nature Reserve of Zhejiang Province.
On the basis of the data of zooplankton collected in the Nanji Islands Marine Nature Reserve sea area in May, August, November of 2004 and February of 2005, this paper analyzed the temporal and spatial distribution of zooplankton abundance and biomass, its relations to environmental factors, the comparison between 2004 and 1990, and the characteristics of ecotypes abundance composition in four seasons.
This paper discusses the features of marine nature reserve and the application of spatial information techniques in marine, then emphasize on discussing the framework, key techniques and database of the initiatory design of MNRGIS. Moreover it also brings forward some problems about MNRGIS.
On management, we should use broadly all domestic and foreign successful experience for reference, manage marine reserves by laws and the model of community participatory, reform management systems in the marine reserves and broaden international and regional co operations.
In this study, intra- and inter-phyletic interactions involving sponges (7,817 in total) were studied on 125 rocks (ranging in surface area from 10 to 2,438?cm2) at a site experiencing low disturbance levels at Lough Hyne Marine Nature Reserve, Co.
To reduce complexity and aid interpretation we studied a semi-isolated community in a semi-enclosed, seasonally stratified sea lough (Lough Hyne Marine Nature Reserve, Ireland).
This sponge is cylindrical with an apical osculum, which is common in sedimented subtidal habitats at Lough Hyne Marine Nature Reserve, Cork, Ireland.
The sedentary fauna of sublittoral boulders was studied at five sites with very different environmental conditions within Lough Hyne Marine Nature Reserve (51° 30' N, 9° 18' W).
Analysis of population structure and behaviour of a semi-enclosed and theoretically non-fished population of the echinoid Paracentrotus lividus at Lough Hyne marine nature reserve, Co.
Essential Fish Habitat and the Effective Design of Marine Reserves: Application for Marine Ornamental Fishes
One potential solution to these problems is the creation of marine reserves where fishing is prohibited.
Marine reserves have been shown to increase fish abundance and protect ecosystems from habitat destruction associated with fishing.
Direct observations of predation on 436 individuals of the sea urchin Paracentrotus lividus (Lamarck) were carried out in infralittoral rocky bottoms (between 5 and 20?m deep) in three Mediterranean marine reserves.
The availability, in marine reserves, of areas suitable for settlement and recruitment of early juveniles can contribute to preserving a well-structured population.