Coastal and Open Ocean Waters

  • Winona B. Vernberg
  • F. John Vernberg

Abstract

The entire water mass covering the bottom, or benthic zone, of the ocean is generally termed the pelagic zone. It is arbitrarily divided into two major subdivisions: the coastal waters or neritic zone, and the open ocean waters. Although the dividing line between these two areas is not well defined, the water over the continental shelves is considered neritic (Hedgpeth, 1957). The range of variation in physical factors typically is greater in coastal water than in oceanic water. These factors vary seasonally as well as geographically, for run-off from land and freshwater systems results in sediment, salinity, and nutrient fluctuations. Since coastal areas are shallow (less than 200 meters), wave action stirs up bottom sediments, allowing mixing and recycling of nutrients. The chemical composition of waters near the shore also varies more than that of oceanic water.

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Glycine Retina Sewage Glutamine Beach 

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  • Winona B. Vernberg
    • 1
  • F. John Vernberg
    • 1
  1. 1.Belle W. Baruch Coastal Research InstituteUniversity of South CarolinaUSA

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