Foram-AMBI: A sensitivity index based on benthic foraminiferal faunas from North-East Atlantic and Arctic fjords, continental shelves and slopes

Elisabeth Alve, Sergei Korsun, Joachim Schönfeld, Noortje Dijkstra, Elena Golikova, Silvia Hess, Katrine Husum, Giuliana Panieri

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The present study follows up the FOraminiferal BIo-MOnitoring (FOBIMO) working group's aim to explore methods which will improve the usefulness of benthic foraminifera in environmental monitoring. An internationally well-established marine biotic index, AMBI, commonly applied to assess ecological quality status was adapted for use on benthic foraminifera. As required by the AMBI formula, species were assigned to one of five ecological groups according to their sensitivity/tolerance to conditions along an increasing stress gradient (here increasing organic matter enrichment). For the assignments, we used 19 published data sets on fully marine NE Atlantic and Arctic fjord, continental shelf, and slope assemblages for which total organic carbon (TOC) data were available. Assignments were based on the relative abundance of the different species along associated TOC gradients. Of the 128 assigned species, the majority was assigned to Groups I–III dominating in low to moderately organic enriched environments with a
Язык оригиналаанглийский
Страницы (с-по)1-12
ЖурналMarine Micropaleontology
Номер выпуска122
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СостояниеОпубликовано - 2016

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    Alve, Elisabeth ; Korsun, Sergei ; Schönfeld, Joachim ; Dijkstra, Noortje ; Golikova, Elena ; Hess, Silvia ; Husum, Katrine ; Panieri, Giuliana. / Foram-AMBI: A sensitivity index based on benthic foraminiferal faunas from North-East Atlantic and Arctic fjords, continental shelves and slopes. В: Marine Micropaleontology. 2016 ; № 122. стр. 1-12.
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