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The long-term data sets indicate both short- and long-term trends in the responses of ﬁsh and squid to both ﬂuctuations in climate and changes 50 ALAN J. SOUTHWARD ET AL. associated with commercial exploitation of stocks. , 2001). The timing of squid abundance advanced by 120–150 days in the warmest years compared with the coldest. , 2001). , 2004). Flounder migrated to sea some 1–2 months earlier in years that were up to 2 8C cooler. They arrived on the spawning grounds over a shorter time period (2–6 days) when colder than normal conditions prevailed in the estuary, compared to their arrival in warmer years (12–15 days), indicating a more synchronous, populationlevel early migration when it was cold.
SOUTHWARD ET AL. doubt that the changes in abundance of barnacles were widespread, not local, and further emphasize the importance of climatic factors. There are further series monitoring intertidal organism abundance that span more than 20 years: observations from 1980 by S. J. Hawkins, focusing primarily on Patella spp. , 1995); a trochid series (1978–1985) investigated by J. R. Lewis and M. A. Kendall, continued in part by N. Mieskowska and M. A. Kendall and additional cirripede series from 1996 by S.
Seminal early publications resulting from nutrient research at station E1 include that of Harvey (1927), who demonstrated that the winter ratio of nitrate to phosphate in the English Channel was very similar to that in deep water in the Atlantic. Later, a ratio of 15:1 was proposed as the constant, and it was suggested that ‘‘the anomaly of the nitrate-phosphate ratio’’ (Cooper, 1938a,b,c) be deﬁned as the amount by which the nitrate:phosphate ratio diVered from 15. , 1963). Jordan and Joint (1998) reexamined the historical E1 data, highlighting the high degree of variability in nitrate:phosphate ratios, particularly during midsummer, when, in a signiﬁcant number of years, the values of phosphate increased for short periods of time while nitrate concentrations remained low.