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Additional file 5 of Spatial dissimilarity of zooplankton and hydrodynamic conditions in a Patagonian channel used intensely by aquaculture: the influence of a geomorphological constriction

Eduardo Hernández-Miranda, Ignacio Betancourt, Marcus Sobarzo, Odette Vergara, Claudio Iturra & Renato A. Quiñones
Additional file 5. (a) Number of hours with flood and ebb flows during the first two neaps periods, (b) Number of hours with flood and ebb flows during the two spring periods, (c) Along-channel mean velocities with flood and ebb during the first two neaps periods and (d) Along-channel mean velocities with flood and ebb during the two spring periods. All calculations were made using the total current. See also Methods section.

Additional file 1 of Spatial dissimilarity of zooplankton and hydrodynamic conditions in a Patagonian channel used intensely by aquaculture: the influence of a geomorphological constriction

Eduardo Hernández-Miranda, Ignacio Betancourt, Marcus Sobarzo, Odette Vergara, Claudio Iturra & Renato A. Quiñones
Additional file 1. Consensus dendrograms incorporating all sampling sites in (a) the surface and (b) deeper strata. Both estimations were made with the Bray-Curtis measure calculated without transformed data.

What Peer-review Experiences Can Offer To Early Career Scientists And To The Scientific Community

Gwenaëlle Gremion, Mathieu Casado, Kelsey Aho, Jilda Alicia Caccavo, Nicolas Champollion, Emily Choy, Sarah L. Connors, Rahul Dey, Alfonso Fernandez, Gerlis Fugmann, Juan Höfer, Shridhar Jawak, Martine Lizotte, Sarah Maes, Kyle Mayers, Katja Mintenbeck, Jhon Fredy Mojica Moncada, Prashant H. Pandit, Elvira Poloczanska, Paul Rosenbaum, Elisa Seyboth, Sarah Shakil & Maud van Soest

Additional file 3 of Spatial dissimilarity of zooplankton and hydrodynamic conditions in a Patagonian channel used intensely by aquaculture: the influence of a geomorphological constriction

Eduardo Hernández-Miranda, Ignacio Betancourt, Marcus Sobarzo, Odette Vergara, Claudio Iturra & Renato A. Quiñones
Additional file 3. Vertical Profiles of temperature (°C), dissolved oxygen (mL L-1), salinity, and density (Kg m-3) obtained in Caucahué Channel during June 19 in similar sampling sites of zooplankton.

Additional file 6 of Spatial dissimilarity of zooplankton and hydrodynamic conditions in a Patagonian channel used intensely by aquaculture: the influence of a geomorphological constriction

Eduardo Hernández-Miranda, Ignacio Betancourt, Marcus Sobarzo, Odette Vergara, Claudio Iturra & Renato A. Quiñones
Additional file 6. Meridional current (v, cm s-1) in Quemchi constriction, obtained from June 6 to July 4, 2014. This figure described currents at 5 and 15 m of depth. Black arrows show the sampling days of 19 and 30 of June.

Additional file 1 of Spatial dissimilarity of zooplankton and hydrodynamic conditions in a Patagonian channel used intensely by aquaculture: the influence of a geomorphological constriction

Eduardo Hernández-Miranda, Ignacio Betancourt, Marcus Sobarzo, Odette Vergara, Claudio Iturra & Renato A. Quiñones
Additional file 1. Consensus dendrograms incorporating all sampling sites in (a) the surface and (b) deeper strata. Both estimations were made with the Bray-Curtis measure calculated without transformed data.

Additional file 3 of Spatial dissimilarity of zooplankton and hydrodynamic conditions in a Patagonian channel used intensely by aquaculture: the influence of a geomorphological constriction

Eduardo Hernández-Miranda, Ignacio Betancourt, Marcus Sobarzo, Odette Vergara, Claudio Iturra & Renato A. Quiñones
Additional file 3. Vertical Profiles of temperature (°C), dissolved oxygen (mL L-1), salinity, and density (Kg m-3) obtained in Caucahué Channel during June 19 in similar sampling sites of zooplankton.

Additional file 2 of Spatial dissimilarity of zooplankton and hydrodynamic conditions in a Patagonian channel used intensely by aquaculture: the influence of a geomorphological constriction

Eduardo Hernández-Miranda, Ignacio Betancourt, Marcus Sobarzo, Odette Vergara, Claudio Iturra & Renato A. Quiñones
Additional file 2. Average values of environmental variables in the Caucahué Channel, obtained for northern and southern sections using a YSI multiprobe sensor. (a) Temperature, (b) Salinity, (c) Dissolved oxygen, (d) pH, (e) Redox potential. Bars represent standard deviation. NS: Northern surface layer, SS: Southern surface layer, NB: Northern deeper layer, and SB: Southern deeper layer.

Additional file 5 of Spatial dissimilarity of zooplankton and hydrodynamic conditions in a Patagonian channel used intensely by aquaculture: the influence of a geomorphological constriction

Eduardo Hernández-Miranda, Ignacio Betancourt, Marcus Sobarzo, Odette Vergara, Claudio Iturra & Renato A. Quiñones
Additional file 5. (a) Number of hours with flood and ebb flows during the first two neaps periods, (b) Number of hours with flood and ebb flows during the two spring periods, (c) Along-channel mean velocities with flood and ebb during the first two neaps periods and (d) Along-channel mean velocities with flood and ebb during the two spring periods. All calculations were made using the total current. See also Methods section.

Additional file 6 of Spatial dissimilarity of zooplankton and hydrodynamic conditions in a Patagonian channel used intensely by aquaculture: the influence of a geomorphological constriction

Eduardo Hernández-Miranda, Ignacio Betancourt, Marcus Sobarzo, Odette Vergara, Claudio Iturra & Renato A. Quiñones
Additional file 6. Meridional current (v, cm s-1) in Quemchi constriction, obtained from June 6 to July 4, 2014. This figure described currents at 5 and 15 m of depth. Black arrows show the sampling days of 19 and 30 of June.

Remote Sensing Applications for Abating Aircraft–Bird Strike Risks in Southeast Brazil

Natalia S. Novoselova, Alexey A. Novoselov, Arthur Macarrão, Guilherme Gallo-Ortiz & Wesley Rodrigues Silva
The rising number of aircraft collisions with birds requires the development of appropriate mitigation measures to control their populations in the vicinity of airports. The black vulture (Coragyps atratus; vultures) is considered one of the most dangerous species for aviation in Brazil. To better understand the spatial distribution patterns of flying vultures and the risks they may pose to aviation, we studied natural and anthropogenic superficial factors and then numerically estimated and mapped the risk...

Additional file 4 of Spatial dissimilarity of zooplankton and hydrodynamic conditions in a Patagonian channel used intensely by aquaculture: the influence of a geomorphological constriction

Eduardo Hernández-Miranda, Ignacio Betancourt, Marcus Sobarzo, Odette Vergara, Claudio Iturra & Renato A. Quiñones
Additional file 4. Average values of chlorophyll-a (a, c) and phaeopigments (b, d) in the Caucahué Channel obtained for northern and southern sections. (a, b) correspond to average values of the integrated water column. (c, d) correspond to average values of the water column according to each depth stratum sampled. Bars represent standard deviation.

Additional file 2 of Spatial dissimilarity of zooplankton and hydrodynamic conditions in a Patagonian channel used intensely by aquaculture: the influence of a geomorphological constriction

Eduardo Hernández-Miranda, Ignacio Betancourt, Marcus Sobarzo, Odette Vergara, Claudio Iturra & Renato A. Quiñones
Additional file 2. Average values of environmental variables in the Caucahué Channel, obtained for northern and southern sections using a YSI multiprobe sensor. (a) Temperature, (b) Salinity, (c) Dissolved oxygen, (d) pH, (e) Redox potential. Bars represent standard deviation. NS: Northern surface layer, SS: Southern surface layer, NB: Northern deeper layer, and SB: Southern deeper layer.

Additional file 4 of Spatial dissimilarity of zooplankton and hydrodynamic conditions in a Patagonian channel used intensely by aquaculture: the influence of a geomorphological constriction

Eduardo Hernández-Miranda, Ignacio Betancourt, Marcus Sobarzo, Odette Vergara, Claudio Iturra & Renato A. Quiñones
Additional file 4. Average values of chlorophyll-a (a, c) and phaeopigments (b, d) in the Caucahué Channel obtained for northern and southern sections. (a, b) correspond to average values of the integrated water column. (c, d) correspond to average values of the water column according to each depth stratum sampled. Bars represent standard deviation.

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