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    This dataset is the result of a laboratory experiment to determine the response of benthic nematode communities to different pollutants in various doses and in two sediment types. The Lynher estuary is characterised by muddy sediments, whereas the Exe estuary is sandy.

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    Length and widt data were collected for 4233 nematode individuals. For each genus, the feeding type was determined (when possible). Samples were taken at depths ranging from 160 m to 1220 m, in two replicates.

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    Experimental data using benthic mesocosm facility at Solbergstrand, Norway. - 4 box cores containing four cages. Cages= two replicates of two densities of Brissopsis. Samples taken inside cages. Samples taken outside cages = controls

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    This dataset, compiled in the framework of a Msc thesis, contains information on the meiobenthic communities of six different stations in the Southern Bight of the North Sea, together with information on a number of environmental parameters.

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    This dataset was the first of its kind, making use of simplified ecosystem models or so-called microcosms to examine the effects of different frequencies of physical disturbances on meiofaunal communities.

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    Meiobenthos data, as well as data on water parameters and sediment parameters, was gathered at 8 stations along the Turkish Black Sea coast, during 12 sampling events, at 2 depths (3 and 10m). All data is restricted.

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    Meiofauna monitoring in the Trieste harbour, Northern Adriatic Sea (Port Authority), 2013 and 2015. In June 2013 and March 2015, sampling was carried out in the harbour of the Trieste port by a KC Haps bottom corer with polycarbonate sample tubes (12.7 cm I.D. with a sample area of 127 cm2). In laboratory, one sediment core was subsampled by means of 3 cut-off plastic syringes (2.7 cm I.D., surface area of 5.72 cm2, 0-10 cm top sediment) in order to obtain three pseudoreplicates for the meiofauna. Meiofaunal organisms (38–1000 m) were extracted from sediment subsamples by sieving each pseudoreplicate and by centrifuging the material retained by a 38 μm mesh net with Ludox HS-40 (density of 1.15–1.18 g cm−3). All meiobenthic organisms were counted and taxonomically classified to the main groups under a stereomicroscope (Olympus SZX12; final magnification of × 32-40)

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    Abundance and biomass of <i>Tachidius discipes</i> life stages sampled every 3 days between 21 March and 25 June 1979 in the 'Dievengat' (Knokke). The data were digitized by VLIZ from the original report: Guillemijn, B. (1980). Levenscyclus, produktie en respiratie van Tachidius discipes Giesbrecht, 1881 (Crustacea, Copepoda) in het Dievengat (Knokke). MSc Thesis. Rijksuniversiteit Gent: Gent. 54, figures + tables pp.

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    Focussing on nematode genera, this dataset provides geographically extensive nematode information from one of the largest shelf areas around the Antarctic continent.

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    The Darwin mounds area was sampled to investigate the importance of local-scale topographic features and small-scale biogenic structures in influencing the density and diversity of the associated meiobenthic communities and nematodes in particular.