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Distribution of copepods in the pelagic zone of mountainous lakes of the upper Enisei basin and its spatial-temporal variability



Distribution of copepods in the pelagic zone of mountainous lakes of the upper Enisei basin and its spatial-temporal variability



Gidrobiologicheskii Zhurnal, 281: 39-43



Disperse analysis of two-factor complexes has revealed that vertical distribution of Copepoda (Cyclops vicinus, Eudiaptomus graciloides) is nonuniform and relatively unstable. However, within this state statistically reliable differences in the vertical distribution are observed while comparing day and night surveys, different dates of sampling, lakes and sites of pelagial to be considered within one water body.

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