I recently completed a survey offshore Prince Rupert, BC and found that our
Taxonomic Atlas of the Santa Maria Basin and Western Santa Barbara Channel
was very helpful in that it includes offshore benthic fauna from
continental shelf and upper slope depths. We were able to identify species
of crustaceans and polychaetes that were new to the fauna of B.C.
On Sat, Jun 28, 2014 at 11:23 AM, Campanya i Llovet, Neus <ncil58 from mun.ca>
> Dear all,
>> I'm a PhD student in Paul Snelgrove's lab, in Newfoundland. I'm studying
> the infaunal communities of a submarine canyon (Barkley Canyon, off British
> Columbia, Canada) with special interest in the methane hydrates (900 m
> As you can imagine most of the individuals I have found are polychaetes.
> Since I'm new in this field, I need some advise on useful taxonomic keys
> for my study.
> Neus Campanya Llovet
> PhD Candidate in Biology
> Ocean Sciences Centre
> Memorial University of Newfoundland
> Marine Lab Road
> St. John's, NL, Canada
> A1C 5S7
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