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Although inshore waters were also investigated (L4, L5). This important work provided the foundation for subsequent marine optics research. , 1969). The number of stations was reduced from 42 to 16 in 1967. , 1978; Pingree, 1978; Boalch, 1987). Clear seasonal cycles were found in phytoplankton population structure, and diVerences between stations were related to hydrography. , 1978). , 1971). , 1974) and temperature (Southward and Butler, 1972). , 1989). , 1995). , 1976; Holligan and Harbour, 1977).
This time lag represents the average interval between reproduction in successive generations. The relationship between events in the Channel and further oVshore (the best correspondence is found with Bay of Biscay sea surface temperature) indicates a general forcing function from the ocean. Most sites showed this pattern, but local factors such as topography and currents, as well as chance events, also appear to have a strong inﬂuence, such as at Hartland Point and Peveril Point, where barnacle recruitment is always low.
9-m square net used for the L5 series from 1975; (C) a modiﬁed Kiel multiple closing net, ﬁtted with telemetering of depth, temperature and ﬂow rate, arranged for horizontal tows in 1978 and 1979 (photos by A. J. Southward). 34 ALAN J. SOUTHWARD ET AL. Figure 20 Sampling oV Plymouth. (A) and (B) W. Garstang testing nets from the steam yacht Busy Bee in 1899, a vertical quantitative net (A) and a horizontal closing net (B). Both of these nets were used for sampling at the ICES stations, 1903–1909.