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Thompson, and T. Geophysical Research Letters 45 17 , Gao, L. Svendsen, T. Furevik, , and N. Keenlyside The connection between the Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation and the Indian Summer Monsoon since the Industrial Revolution is intrinsic to the climate system. Emviromental research letters 13 9 , Ingvaldsen, and T. Arctic warming hotspot in the northern Barents Sea linked to declining sea ice import. Nature Climate Change, 25 June Li and T. Furevik : Weaker connection between the Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation and Indian summer rainfall since the mids.

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E-mails: cbatista ibb. The relationship between species abundance and environmental factors such as the bottom water temperature and salinity, the texture and organic matter content of the sediment and the distribution of Pleoticus muelleri and Artemesia longinaris were investigated. A shrimp boat equipped with an otter-trawl net with an 8 m mouth aperture and a mesh size of 20 mm tapering to 18 mm at the cod end was used for sampling. However, when the data did not follow a normal distribution, we used the Kruskal-Wallis test. The relationship between environmental factors and the abundance of individuals was assessed with a Pearson's correlation.

The largest catches of individuals of both species occurred in the late spring of The greatest abundance occurred at the outer part of the bay collection point 4. The greatest abundance of P. However, the occurrence of both species was related to lower bottom temperatures associated with the intrusion of the South Atlantic Central Water in the region.

All sampling in this study has been conducted in compliance with current applicable state and federal laws. Ab'Saber A. Litoral do Brasil. Bertuche, D. Langostino Pleoticus muelleri.

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