The Gastropoda [Gr. This climatic threshold was crossed as a result of the gradual isolation of Antarctica from Australia and perhaps the opening of the Drake Passage. symbioses, which are already known to researchers but have still to be Antarctic marine species to adopt an opportunistic diet (A.A.V.V. Smith, 1902) viewed from above; this species is characterised by the presence of flattened areas on the mantle; XXVIII PNRA Expedition, Terra Nova Bay (Sample-081, BAMBi Project); scale bar: 5 mm; image: S. Schiaparelli © PNRA. important even nowadays for the structure and function of contemporary Map 2. 0000010401 00000 n ago), widespread glaciation probably occurred throughout Antarctica, although no ice cap existed. Although land connections had been broken in the Late Cretaceous, shallow-water marine links continued to exist between New Zealand and West Antarctica until the late Paleocene (the Weddellian Province). nov. (Figs. This appears to match the Wilson Cycle corresponding to continental aggregation and separation. 0000015049 00000 n We advocate the use of fine-mesh trawling gears for routine sampling activities in future Antarctic expeditions to assess the full marine biodiversity. The class is made up of the snails, which have a shell into which the animal can withdraw, and the slugs, which are snails whose shells have … 1996. 1988, Schiaparelli et al. 2011), as well as on true cases of symbiotic The v… Scientic Committee on Antarctic Research. Characteristics Slugs and snails belong to a larger group (or Phylum) known as the Mollusca. While the scope of research activities supported will be broad, research priorities will be directed towards science that is policy relevant and assists in guiding management and conservation in the region. Partula taeniata, a tree snail from Moorea, French Polynesia. Gastropod species records at the time of Hedgpeth (1969). The term Mollusca was first applied by Aristotle to cuttle fish. Ma) the ancestors of the recent gastropod clades evolved and underwent a 13 genera of this fauna are still represented in the Southern Ocean (SO), while He is member, work are: biodiversity, ecosystem functioning and services, response of marine. the establishment of a strong seasonality seems to have been one of the 0000015283 00000 n 0000013175 00000 n THE following brief account of the shell-development in Fulgur and Sycotypus, and its bearing on our knowledge of the succession of species in time is a summary of studies carried on for some years in various museums, especially the National Museum at Washington, the museums of the Academy of Natural Sciences and … AMADEUS W. GRABAU. Symbiotic interactions Molluscs come in many different forms but are predominantly categorised as soft-bodied animals without body segmentation that often have an external shell made of calcareous material.. Snails and slugs are known as gastropods, which mean 'stomach foot'. Journal of Geophysical Research Atmospheres. During the Mesozoic (248–65 (Brussels, Belgium). 3D structure of benthic communities (Photo 1b), will not be treated here as The mean value through the Mesozoic and Cenozoic is 1.34. 0000010965 00000 n Gastropoda (previously known as univalves and sometimes spelled "Gasteropoda") are a major part of the phylum Mollusca, and are the most highly diversified class in the phylum, with 65,000 to 80,000 living snail and slug species. Morphometric methods for the analysis and classification of gastropods: a comparison using Littorina littorea. The main project purpose is understanding people’s perception of the risk over predator attacks on human generated by, Two Upper Paleocene and one Lower Eocene localities from Morocco (Ouarzazate basin) have yielded terrestrial assemblages that stand among the rare herpetofaunas from the Paleogene of the African Plate. 0000013673 00000 n In the early Eocene (t=~55 m.y. His, created and manages SOMBASE, the Southern Ocean Mollusc Database. phylogenies. In the Jurassic, rotation of Gondwana had moved New Zealand and Antarctica into mid-latitudes and they experienced warm-temperate climates. Join the AntEco mailing list http://lists.scar.org/mailman/listinfo/anteco Disclaimer: ITIS taxonomy is based on the latest scientific consensus available, and is provided as a general reference source for interested parties. Gastropods use their foot as a means of moving around on various surfaces, and some aquatic species are able to use their foot to help them move through the water. (chapter 5.31, this volume). e whole benthic communities. Cambrian deposits in Northern Victoria Land (Stilwell & Long 2011). offers unique perspective of analysis and hints. 0000011810 00000 n Based on known species richness, we examine gastropodx composition of the community based on the representation of families, assess abundance, the geographic distribution of species, estimate descriptive statistics of size, and estimate diversity. 239 pp; plus Appendices, 259 pp. Antarctic marine benthic communities, represent a not negligible driver of In the Southern Ocean the Quaternary marks a peak in activity of oceanic circulation as reflected by widespread deep-sea erosion, very high biogenic productivity at the Antarctic Convergence and resulting high rates of biogenic sedimentation, and maximum northward distribution of ice-rafted debris. By and large, all these classification methods used only a restricted number of distinctive characters. 2. drivers in determining the structure of the community, both in qualitative and After having been influenced by proximity to the Permian ice sheet, during which New Zealand and Antarctica shared elements of the Glossopteris flora, the, Deep-sea drilling in the Antarctic region (Deep-Sea Drilling Project legs 28, 29, 35, and 36) has provided many new data about the development of circum-Antarctic circulation and the closely related glacial evolution of Antarctica. Ecoinformatics and Systems Biology 0000009637 00000 n They can live on land or in fresh or s… F�J�5il4 b4� PHYLUM: MOLLUSCA Authors Dai Herbert1, Georgina Jones2 and Lara Atkinson3 Citation Herbert DG, Jones GJ and Atkinson LJ. Gastropods are one of the most diverse groups of animals, both in form, habit, and habitat. 0000010777 00000 n The story of how fossils were first discovered in Antarctica is a triumph of human endeavour. A new genus-level classification of the Conoidea is presented, based on the molecular phylogeny of Puillandre et al. 0000012068 00000 n in the accompanying paper. 2007, 2008). ago, representing the next major global climatic threshold, and was followed by the well-known major oscillations in northern ice sheets. They have the following characteristics: 1. category of ‘biotic interactions’, i.e. 0000015383 00000 n criterion of classification. 0000012850 00000 n metamorphosis occur leading to a very long embryonic development (Photo. 2004). 4.1 Pre-reading Mollusca.pdf - Mollusca MOLLUSCA GASTROPODA POLYPLACOPHORA SCAPHOPODA BIVALVIA CEPHALOPODA Coleoidea Nautiloidea MONOPLACOPHORA. to the position of the guest (i.e. ago), deep-seated circum-Antarctic flow had developed south of the South Tasman Rise, as this had separated sufficiently from Victoria Land, Antarctica. Animals in class Gastropoda (“stomach foot”) include well-known mollusks like snails, slugs, conchs, sea hares, and sea butterflies. They include, deposits (~499–488 Ma) but were less common in Paleozoic deposits then, bivalves and often also poorly preserved. the ‘symbiont’) with respect to the host The sound of a snail: two cases of acoustic defence in gastropods . Gastropod species richness differed between shelf and all depths at, Sea (221 species/87 genera/42 families), ii) the Ross Sea (149/83/37) and iii), South Georgia (147/75/40). 0000012407 00000 n Lampsilis ovata ovisacs The juvenile stages of some bivalves are parasitic. AntEco is structured into five research sectors, each with a sector leader: gastropods, have been studied quite in detail (Beu 2009 and references gastropod species of which Nacella polaris (Hombron & Jacquinot 1841) 0000008656 00000 n on effective conservation questions engaging predictions and open access data. than 10°, but this could be a reection of sampling, have ranges that take them outside the Southern Ocean and examples, species, molecular data show the existence of more complex distributional, patterns and cryptic lineages. To this group of not given examples belongs a quite large set of 0000009282 00000 n the occurrence only in the high Antarctic, or even outside community organisation. Year: 2009. He is a specialist, in molecular systematics and phylogeography of Antarctic crustaceans, especially, Australian Antarctic Division. 0000006747 00000 n Bary 1878), where it just indicated the close living together of two different Differently from predation, symbiotic interactions have often been No. The nudibranch, of up to 30 distinct haplotypes, likely originated through isolation during. 1–4) urn:lsid:zoobank.org:act:11EB8D-E89B-43AA-B439-A5A61507C9E2 Type material: Holotype BU-Mol-20-001, live specimen 30 mm in length, ethanol … Research is notcarried out in isolation within these sectors. 0000013853 00000 n They have a heartwith one ventricle and sometimes one or two auricles. He is also the secretary of the, Expert Group on Birds and Marine Mammals and of the Life Science Group of the. conica (E.A. Harewych & Kantor, 2004 with up to 6.7 cm shell height. species (k) Egg capsules of the buccinid Neobuccinum eatoni (E.A. Over 93,000 species of molluscs have been described by science! These animals are asymmetrical and usually present a coiled shell. 0000008313 00000 n Biotic interactions. The Latitudinal Gradient Program (2002–2011) aimed at understanding the marine and terrestrial ecosystems existing along the Victoria Land coast (Ross Sea), an area characterized by strong latitudinal clines in environmental factors. 0000009084 00000 n Gastropoda adalah bagian dari filum molusca. University of Burgundy. This major event (d) A ‘limacosphaera’ larva of, 1886) is one of the few Aeolidida species present in Antarctica; XXV PNRA. During the early Miocene, calcareous biogenic sediments began to be displaced northward by siliceous biogenic sediments with higher rates of sedimentation reflecting the beginning of circulation related to the development of the Antarctic Convergence. 0000005116 00000 n 0000011093 00000 n 0000011870 00000 n struthioloariids, ficids and mitrids, disappeared from the SO, while other taxa long list of cases to be taken into account. Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven, and professor at the, the Antarctic and was twice chief scientist on board Polarstern. Each chapter has been written by the most pertinent experts in their, eld, relying on vastly improved occurrence. comprises 36 species of bivalves belonging to 17 families (Beu 2009), of which 0000005449 00000 n These organisms col, Biomineralogical studies have demonstrated an unsuspected ability of benthic organisms to interact at different levels with rocky substrata, suggesting the mineralogy may affect the structure of th, This is a global scale study motivated by the conservation of large carnivores. ecosystems (Crame 2013). Using 36 of 57 nominal species described in this area, the degree of endemism has been decreased from 70% to 31%. Their most common representatives are snails and slugs. Dayton et al. the fossil record, gastropods were found for the first time in Late Cambrian The first major climatic-glacial threshold was crossed 38 m.y. The group includes many familiar animals such as snails, … General Characteristics of Phylum Mollusca. 0000014102 00000 n We attempt to offer new hints over conservation strategies for these species. marine communities. Early Palaeocene fauna of Seymour Island (northern Antarctic Peninsula) 0000012523 00000 n 0000007336 00000 n Pusat Penelitian Laut Dalam, Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan … 0000008847 00000 n 0000014535 00000 n Characteristics of Gastropods. (l) One of the capsules of Photo 1m dissected to show the larva which is at the end of the intracapsular development; note the presence of the operculum and the large yolk reserve; scale bar: 5 mm; image: S. Schiaparelli © PNRA. Antarctica has gone from paradise to polar ice in just a few million years, a geological blink of an eye when we consider the real age of Earth. 0000007405 00000 n considered to be absent. most of the remaining ones now occur in the seas north of the Polar Front. All figure content in this area was uploaded by Stefano Schiaparelli, All content in this area was uploaded by Stefano Schiaparelli on Sep 22, 2014, SCAR-Marine Biodiversity Information Network. Gastropods are characterised by the possession of a single (often coiled) shell, although this is lost in some slug groups, and a body that has undergone torsion so that the pallial cavity faces forwards. Three intervals and two events which are. his research focuses on polar biodiversity. She has worked at Geoscience Australia since 2002, with a primary focus on, Most recently she has led work to understand the biophysical environment, beneath the Amery Ice Shelf, and to characterise the habitats on the George V. Shelf and slope following the successful CAML voyages in that region. that near-polar position is not sufficient for glacial development. By the middle to late Oligocene (t=~30 to 25 m.y. Biogeographic information is of fundamental importance for discovering marine biodiversity hotspots, detecting and understanding impacts of environmental changes, predicting future. Tabel 4.1 Rincian data hasil identifikasi Gastropoda pada masing – masing stasiun, 59 Tabel 4.2 Komposisi Gastropoda yang didapatkan di Desa Bedono, 61 Tabel 4.3. Habitat: These are either aquatic or terrestrial; They possess a spiral shell. In turn, the presence in the Mesolithic and later of C. Archived from the original PDF on Museo de Arqueologia de Alava. Only 3 families and 11 species of molluscs were recorded in the Bellingshausen Sea, while 2 families and 3 species were recorded from Peter I Island. 0000010058 00000 n It reconstructs Antarctica’s evolving animal and plant communities as accurately as the fossil record permits. Their body is covered with chitinous exoskeleton. Map 2. 0000012979 00000 n Characteristics of Gastropods. It continues today with modern expeditions going out to remote sites every year to fill in more of the missing parts of the continent’s great jigsaw of life. About (topological criterion), according to the balance of benefits between the two 0000014604 00000 n (formerly known as N. concinna (Strebel, 1908)) is still extant (Stilwell 2002). Body possesses a through gut with mouth and anus. Gastropoda – definition of Gastropoda by The Free Dictionary La riqueza de especies fue alta y corresponde a lo esperado en una zona tropical. of dispersal routes followed by species in the past and in determining the FULGUR AND SYCOTYPUS. distributions, monitoring biodiversity, or supporting conservation and sustainable management strategies. Convergent evolution appeared frequently (j) The naticid Amauropsis rossiana E.A. ago) when the Antarctic ice cap formed. 0000013493 00000 n The hitherto polyphyletic 'Turridae' is now resolved as 13 monophyletic families, in which the 358 currently recognized genera and subgenera are placed, or tentatively allocated: Conorbidae (2 (sub) genera), Borsoniidae (34), Clathurellidae (21), Mitromorphidae (8), Mangeliidae (60), Raphitomidae (71), Cochlespiridae (9), Drilliidae (34), Pseudomelatomidae (=Crassispiridae) (59), Clavatulidae (14), Horaiclavidae new family (28), Turridae s. s. (16) and Strictispiridae (2). 0000015140 00000 n 2018. criteria being exhaustive or capable to capture all nuances and exceptions. and to several sampling campaigns in Norway and Svalbard. 0000011033 00000 n different from the one known today and, by following the K-T boundary (65 The fauna from the Lower Eocene is less diverse than that from the Upper Paleocene, but some taxa are common to both levels. Their name comes from the Latin words gastro (meaning stomach) and pod (meaning foot). visualisation, modelling and prediction of biogeographic distributions. the interactions between living organisms. Rarity in Antarctic molluscan occurrences was confirmed, with singletons (i.e. is CNRS director of research at the laboratory BIOGÉOSCIENCES, is a marine biogeographer at the British Antarctic Survey, is a marine ecologist at the Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz, is a Senior Research Scientist at the Alfred Wegener Institute, is Principal Research Scientist in zooplankton ecology at the, is a ‘digital naturalist’ he works on three poles (, is a marine geoscientist, with expertise in benthic habitat. rV��?`���f,��� �=4X�I��AL��h�q �}^�F�-�:48�{���m���E����l�����.�����X��/�d�s�Tr\v�ľ����I��G�����q7�ki����X\v�J�~�_S\[����5pݦs_{[��3t�z{���?�0�w��Y�*�&. Alvaro. moved by their hosts (Schiaparelli et al. 0000014981 00000 n Along with the main characteristics of molluscs, the presence of a foot should also be noted. Frozen in Time –prehistoric life of Antarctica. Since, 2007, he is a permanent researcher at the CNRS in France and the director of a, polar research programme (since 2011) that examines the ecological response, of Adélie penguins to environmental changes. ranging from predation (exerted by carnivorous species, herbivores, grazers, 0000012311 00000 n terrestrial, marine and freshwater environments. 0000014664 00000 n He founded the SCAR Southern Ocean Continuous, biogeography of plankton species and communities, notably their response to, environmental changes. 0000013076 00000 n (b) An unidentified Marseniopsis in lateral view, showing the foot, the cephalic tentacles with the eye and the brightly coloured mantle containing the internal shell. 2. 0000015354 00000 n etc. (Crinoidea: Notocrinidae) in the Ross Sea. Subsequently, all terrestrial colonists had to arrive by either flying, swimming or floating. echinoids and polychaetes (Aronson & Blake 2001), which exert an important decrease with increasing latitude. Gastropoda includes shell-bearing species as well as species with a reduced shell. 0000014793 00000 n of the Early – Middle Eocene could be referred to modern genera (Beu 2009). His research interests cover structural and ecofunctional, biodiversity and biogeography of crustaceans, and polar and deep sea benthic, Marine Biodiversity Information Network (SCAR-MarBIN). The shells of newly hatched juveniles and very young individuals are covered with periostracal hair, while adults mainly have only rows. role in determining the structure of Antarctic marine benthic communities (e.g. the clades that have survived the climatic cooling phases. of Nacella in the Southern Hemisphere showed a end Miocene (<15 Ma) A major (~2000 m) and apparently rapid deepening also occurred in the calcium carbonate compensation depth (CCD). The most important of these occurred during the latest Miocene (t=~5 m.y. has changed through time, shifting from the original de Bary’s definition (de 2 C./ Caracas nº 3. is for other examples of predation involving amphipods, isopods, cnidarians, In this time of environmental change, CAML provided a comprehensive baseline information on the Antarctic marine biodiversity as a sound benchmark against which future change can reliably be assessed. Mangado et al, or Chaves Glycymeris sp. regarded as oddities or naturalistic curiosities, with no or negligible impact on From this time onwards the ancestral Tasman Sea and Southern Ocean became effective barriers to overland dispersal between eastern Gondwana and New Zealand. This portal provides free and open access to. 0000009153 00000 n This occurred at about the time of closure of the Australian-Indonesian deep-sea passage. The gastropods (/ ˈ ɡ æ s t r ə p ɒ d z /), commonly known as snails and slugs, belong to a large taxonomic class of invertebrates within the phylum Mollusca called Gastropoda / ɡ æ ˈ s t r ɒ p ə d ə /.. 0000010500 00000 n distributions will turn out to be different networks of haplotypes. Areas identied. In On the other hand, new bathymet-ric records are given for 44 species in Antarctic waters. Although these trace fossils are of debatable origin, some of them do resemble the trails made by living gastropods today. At the start of the 20th century, the German researcher, Johannes Thiele (1929 0000007808 00000 n partners of a symbiotic association, may reveal the occurrence of hostshift Thermohaline oceanic circulation was initiated at this time much like that of the present day. During the Mesozoic (248–65, Ma) the ancestors of the recent gastropod clades evolved and underwent a, disagreement between solely morphology based and molecular-morphological, phylogenies. ), which are less cruel and be and antabif.be projects, he is a leading member of several international, committees, such as OBIS or the SCAR Expert Group on Antarctic Biodiversity. Muhammad Masrur Islami. Most gastropods have an, external shell (snails) while some groups are shell-less (slugs). The collected samples contained undescribed species and new records for the Ross Sea from a variety of different marine taxa. 0000005355 00000 n conditioned also marine species and the continental shelf gastropod fauna, the establishment of a strong seasonality seems to have been one of the, important even nowadays for the structure and function of contemporary, More recently, the molecular analysis of phylogeny and historical biogeography, exploration and discovery, in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, following the recent international expeditions, especially those held in previously, is likely to identify new species and cryptic lineages as occurred for, of ~30 different haplotypes (some also occurring sympatrically) determined, by repeated glacial cycles which promoted isolations and divergence of, The current gastropod taxonomic diversity comprises over 70 families of, which the Buccinidae (Photo 1i), a taxon of generalists, is the, explained with the gears and sampling protocols in use at that time, which, a mesh size of 0.5 mm, revealed an unexpected number of new records, diversity is in the small fraction (Schiaparelli. While most Antarctic genera and families can be, recently, pelagic gastropods like the sea buttery, 1i), belonging to the globally distributed and, been studied since the early nineteenth century, followed by comprehensive, and 566 shelled gastropod species, highlighting the very poor knowledge of, patterns, but taxon lists in most areas differed little between shelf and all, depths. Analogously, the evaluation of the ‘endemicity’ of these biotic a plethora of conceptual schemes, which differ according to the adopted Their diet is quite varied. 0000007465 00000 n predators are now slow moving organisms such as asteroids, ophiuroids, Characteristics of the gastropods. model groups to investigate trends at high southern latitudes. the end of the intracapsular development; BAMBi Project); scale bar: 5mm; image: S. Schiaparelli © PNRA. DIRECT DOWNLOAD! Mollusca MOLLUSCA GASTROPODA POLYPLACOPHORA SCAPHOPODA BIVALVIA CEPHALOPODA Coleoidea Nautiloidea MONOPLACOPHORA Molluscs constitute one of the largest and most diverse major lineages of animals, with representatives on land, in the sea, and in freshwater. 0000020603 00000 n more finely tuned. past biogeographic affinities of Antarctic fossil molluscan faunas, including CAML, in 2005 as the regional Antarctic project of the worldwide programme Census of Marine Life (2000-2010) and was the most important biology project of the International Polar Y, The SCAR Marine Biodiversity Information Network (SCAR-MarBIN), In close connection with CAML, SCAR-MarBIN (www.scarmarbin.be, integrated into www, by CAML) on Antarctic marine biodiversity by establishing and supporting a distributed system of interoperable databases, forming the, Antarctic marine species and, with biodiversity.aq provided free access to more than 2.9 million. of predation or physical disturbance (Hay et al. al. His, interests include large-scale biogeographic and ecological patterns in space and, time. 0000004610 00000 n In the ecological literature, these relationships are explained under 0000006034 00000 n Contrary to nearly all other Paleogene herpetofaunas from the African Plate, these Paleocene and Eocene assemblages include taxa that were terrestrial, not aquatic. It is the largest phylum of the animal kingdom. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 119–131. Coastal, cold temperate Magellan nudibranchs have rel- atively low affinities to the deep water fauna off Argentina, which seems to be predominantly submerged Antarctic species, but this bathymetrical zonation needs to be further investigated. 0000011681 00000 n This class comprises snails and slugs from saltwater, from freshwater, and from the land. families being struthiolariid, buccinid, conoid, and epitoniid gastropods. systems to climate change, non-invasive technologies, and outreach. interactions, i.e. The Antarctic continent has been in a high-latitude position since the middle to late Mesozoic. 0000011612 00000 n tentacles with the eye and the brightly coloured mantle containing the internal shell. Examples: Hilex (Snail), Limax (Slug), Pila (Apple snail) Class 3 Cephalopoda. lectively determine how ecosystems function and underpin the life-support system of our planet. We will investigate online media reports around the world, their resonance on social media and finally, with a survey, the emotional response of readers. Several papers have been published in this direction, 0000005715 00000 n Analogously, less obligatory interactions such as epibiotic ones, This is adapted for numerous locomotive purposes such as burrowing into sediment, gliding or swimming (nudibranchs), attachment to hard surfaces (limpets) and directing jet propulsion (cephalopods). 0000011612 00000 n 4. During the carnivorous sponges, etc., which, despite being equally important from an factors, such as the lack of decapod crustaceans and the tendency of Characteristics of Expressionism Expressionism is a style of art in which an artist alters a realistic subject to create an emotional effect. CAML (www.caml.aq) was a 5-year project that aimed at assessing the nature, distribution and abundance of all living organisms of the Southern Ocean. species, including parasitism, to a modern one where it is generally restricted This is due partly to the extinction of selected clades of This fact was initially explained by the conveners Gutt & Schickan 1998, Gutt 2000, Schiaparelli et al. Henri Robert, Xavier Loréa, Charlotte Havermans, Nicole Moortgat (RBINS, Brussels), Altitude Design, Rue Saint Josse, 15, B-1210, Belgium (www. 2010) (Map 3). Los mesogasterópodos (Mesogastropoda) son uno de los órdenes tradicionales de los gastrópodos prosobranquios, junto con Archaeogastropoda y Neogastropoda.Este orden fue introducido por J. Thiele en su trabajo de 1921.Hay cerca de 30.000 especies. PATELLOGASTROPODA; PATELLOIDEA; NACELLOIDEA; LOTTIOIDEA; GASTROPODA VETIGASTROPODA. 0000016302 00000 n and Hindu-Kush Himalaya) and elsewhere (marine, terrestrial and atmosphere). Research Sectors 0000008020 00000 n 2000, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011b). greatly reduced. He took part to 19 polar. 0000012592 00000 n Pliocene fossils from Cockburn Island (5.3 to 1.8 Ma) comprise two 0000006927 00000 n Here, we describe the molluscan fauna and investigate evidences for latitudinal effects on molluscan diversity, abundance and assemblage composition. 0000005032 00000 n 0000008235 00000 n Sigrid Camus & Amélie Blaton (Altitude Design, Brussels). 0000009705 00000 n species diversity and abundance of Antarctic abyssal. klo The “Biogeographic Atlas of the Southern Ocean” is a legacy of the International Polar Y, (www.coml.org), contributed by the Census of, The “Biogeographic Atlas” is a contribution to the SCAR programmes, Claude De Broyer (Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, Brussels), Philippe Koubbi (Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris), Ben Raymond (Australian Antarctic Division, Hobart), Cédric d’Udekem d’Acoz (Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, Brussels), Anton Van de Putte (Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, Brussels), Bruno Danis (Université Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels), Bruno David (Université de Bourgogne, Dijon), Julian Gutt (Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmoltz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven), Christoph Held (Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmoltz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven), Graham Hosie (Australian Antarctic Division, Hobart), Falk Huettmann (University of Alaska, Fairbanks), Alix Post (Geoscience Australia, Canberra), Yan Ropert-Coudert (Institut Pluridisciplinaire Hubert Currien, Strasbourg), The Scientic Committee on Antarctic Research, Scott Polar Research Institute, Lenseld Road, Cambridge, CB2 1ER, United Kingdom (www, - The Census of Antarctic Marine Life (Albert P, The “Biogeographic Atlas of the Southern Ocean” shared the, - The Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences (RBINS), Brussels, Belgium, - The British Antarctic Survey (BAS), Cambridge, United Kingdom, - The Université Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC), Paris, France, A dynamic online version of the Biogeographic, Biogeographic Atlas of the Southern Ocean. 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