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a reflection of hydrography-related food supply. -ICES Journal of Marine Science, 53: 981-987. The growth lines in shells of Arctica islandica from the Fladen Ground have been used to construct long-term chronologies of growth variations. Individual specimens showed characteristic sequences of periods in high and low growth rates. Because the deviations were strongly synchronized, an environmental factor is held responsible. Inter-annual variations in either temperature or phytoplanktondoi:10.1006/jmsc.1996.0122 fatcat:lx7y7ofc5jhr7hs4sttnhdsvue