Fluid Mechanical and Chemical Cues in Thin Layers: Role in Organizing Zooplankton Aggregations
GEORGIA INST OF TECH ATLANTA SCHOOL OF BIOLOGY
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We are examining the physical and chemical conditions that are conducive to the formation of zooplankton aggregations to help address the prevalence and importance of thin layers in the world s oceans. The goal of the laboratory experiments is to define the mechanisms by which zooplankton are attracted to thin layers, and to determine the properties of thin layers that evoke aggregative responses in copepods.
- Biological Oceanography
- Fluid Mechanics