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Dumping effects

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Summary of the available clips with their respective duration, size and contents.

 

Clip
#

Time
[mm:ss]

Size
[MB]

Contents

Clip 01

00:30

4.2

sandy sediment with ripples

Clip 02

00:35

4.8

isolated mussel clumps (Mytilus edulis); lugworm faecal mound (Arenicola marina); sedimented algae visible as green layer on sediment surface

Clip 03

02:01

16.6

starfish (Asterias rubens); dark spots; camera sledge collision with a rock; macroalgae

Clip 04

00:33

4.6

populated pebble area; intermittent dark spots (anoxia); starfish (Asterias rubens)

Clip 05

01:00

8.3

camera sledge collision with a rock; eel swimming away (Anguilla anguilla)

Clip 06

00:24

3.4

starfish (Asterias rubens) escaping at daytime

Clip 07

00:43

6.0

mussels covered by barnacles (Balanus improvisus); feeding behavior observed in the lab

Clip 08

01:17

10.6

bioresuspension induced by a trumpet worm (Pectinaria koreni, not visible)

Clip 09

00:15

2.2

starfish (Asterias rubens) escaping at night

Clip 10

00:30

4.2

lugworm faecal mound (Arenicola marina) in the field

Clip 11

00:10

1.4

lugworm (Arenicola marina) mound under laboratory conditions

Clip 12

00:30

4.2

marl (glacial boulder clay) with holes of the white piddock (Barnea candida)

Clip 13

00:23

3.2

sand with crab (Carcinus maenas) in a ripple trough

Clip 14

00:53

7.3

feeding behavior of a Baltic tellin (Macoma balthica): pipetting and filtering

Clip 15

00:50

6.9

filtration of a burrowed sand gaper (Mya arenaria), particle tracks show the in- and outflow

Clip 16

00:16

2.2

blue mussels (Mytilus edulis) on a sandy surface

Clip 17

00:32

4.4

burrowing trumpet worm (Pectinaria koreni); the tube of this sessile organism usually protrudes vertically while the worm feeds head-down on organic matter in the sediment

Clip 18

00:29

4.1

"tube lawn" (dense population of the bristleworm Pygospio elegans)

Total

11:51

98.6