Some aspects of the flora and fauna of the Western Minas Basin and Minas Channel: final report of Federal Summer Job Corps project 16-01-002

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DOIResolve DOI: http://doi.org/10.4224/23000797
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TypeTechnical Report
Series titleInvestigation on the ecology of the Bay of Fundy
Physical description189 p.
SubjectANW; Nova Scotia; marine ecology; flora; fauna; algae; population number; invertebrate zoology; Bay of Fundy; Scots Bay; Minas Basin; Minas Channel; Black Rock; invertebrates; leafhoppers; Cicadellidae; planthoppers; Delphacidae; insects
AbstractThis report is, in effect, a volume containing four separate reports. The first report deals with the macrophytic algae found along five transects in the vicinity of Black Rock, on the Minas Channel. The second study was a continuation of a saltmarsh insect survey. Work mainly centered on gathering data on the distribution and determining the number of species present of leafhoppers (Cicadellidae) and planthoppers (Delphacidae) in the saltmarshes adjacent to Wolfville. The two remaining projects dealt with the invertebrate populations found on the intertidal flats in the southern bight of the Minas Basin and Scots Bay.
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PublisherNational Research Council Canada. Atlantic Regional Laboratory
LanguageEnglish
AffiliationNational Research Council Canada
NoteInvestigations on the ecology of the Bay of Fundy: a series of projects on the enumeration and interactions of the flora, fauna, chemistry, hydrology and geology of the Bay of Fundy with an emphasis on the Minas Basin and Scots Bay; Final Report of Federal Summer Job Corps project 16-01-002.
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NPARC number23000797
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Record created2016-10-06
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