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Changes in abundance and composition of a Caribbean coral reef zooplankton community after 25 years
Revista de Biología Tropical
Coral reef zooplankton represents a key community in coral ecosystems, as they are involved in trophic and biogeochemical dynamics, and recruitment processes. Zooplankton abundance, composition and biomass were surveyed at six stations within the coral reef at Cahuita National Park, Limon, Costa Rica, in order to compare with the only previous study conducted during 1984. Samples were collected monthly (September 2010-August 2011). Seston biomass (0.49-85.87 mg/m3) and total abundance (1doi:10.15517/rbt.v64i3.21449 fatcat:tv6q6atxq5ephkgxmj4cpj3tzu