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Senckenbergiana maritima

Senckenbergiana maritima 

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Contents of the last 
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An International Journal of Marine Sciences, published by the Senckenberg Gesellschaft fuer Naturforschung, Frankfurt am Main.

This journal is from 2009 under Marine Biodiversity continued.

Senckenbergiana maritima was an international peer-reviewed journal.

ISSN 0080-889X

Supported by the German Research Foundation
(Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, DFG).  

Back issues are still available.

  
The recent (and last) issue of Senckenbergiana maritima  is vol.  38 (2), 
published on 30th December 2008. Content of this issue:

Martina Karle & Alexander Bartholomä: Salt marsh sediments as natural resources for dike construction -sediment recycling in clay pits    

83
Sandra Vöge, Henning Reiss & Ingrid Kröncke: Macrofauna succession in an infilling salt marsh clay pit                93
Detlev Metzing & Albrecht Gerlach: Impacts of clay excavation on the local flora of salt marshes                 107

Wiebke Esser, Sandra Vöge & Klaus-Michael Exo: Day-night activity of intertidal invertebrates and methods to estimate prey accessibility for shorebirds               

115
Manfred Weisensee, Hillrich Smit-Philipp, Janine Tast, Kristina Nebel & Dennis Marczak: On the Acquisition of Geometric and Semantic Data of the Kachelotplate by means of Airborne and Terrestrial LIDAR 123
Rolf Niedringhaus & Tammo Lieckweg: First stages of arthropod colonisation of a sand bank island in the German Wadden Sea               131
Gregor Scheiffarth & Peter H. Becker: Roosting waterbirds at the Osterems, German Wadden Sea: seasonal and spatial trends studied by aerial and ground surveys 137
Richard Czeck & Maike Paul: Grey seals - a homecoming species in the Wadden Sea             143
Gerd Liebezeit: Marine litter on the Kachelotplate, Lower Saxonian Wadden Sea                147
Gerd Liebezeit, Ralf Wöstmann & Steffen Wolters: Allochthonous organic matter as carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus source on a sandbank island (Kachelotplate, Lower Saxonian Wadden Sea, Germany)               153
Kirsten Klaassen, Helge Bormann, Thomas Klenke & Gerd Liebezeit: The impact of hydrodynamics and texture on the infiltration of rain and marine waters into sand bank island sediments – Aspects of infiltration and groundwater dynamics               163
Gisela Gerdes & Achim Wehrmann: Biofilms in surface sediments of the ephemeral sand bank island Kachelotplate (southern North Sea)  173
Achim Wehrmann & Elke Tilch: Sedimentary dynamics of an ephemeral sand bank island (Kachelotplate, German Wadden Sea): An atlas of sedimentary structures        185
  

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- Aquaculture and Fisheries Resources
- Aquatic Biology
- Aquatic Science and Fisheries Abstracts
- Biological Abstracts
- Biosis preview
- Entomology Abstracts
- Fish and Fisheries Worldwide
- GEOBASE
- Ulrich's Periodicals Directory
- Zoological Record