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[自然百科] 【整理】2008-10-06 澳洲海域发现新物种

Strange New Sea Species Found

 

Light-emitting comb jellies, squat lobsters, and shrimp that can kill with sound are among hundreds of new species discovered along reefs off Australia.

 

 

 



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Scientists on Thursday released results of a landmark study to record the diversity of life in and around Australia’s reefs. The scientists from the Census of Marine Life have reported finding hundreds of new species of marine life off two islands on the Great Barrier Reef as well as Ningaloo Reef off the western coast of Australia.

 

Among the most interesting observations are ctenophores, commonly known as comb jellies or pelagic gelatinous invertebrates, that give off light through bio-luminescence.

 

Squat lobsters, which are not lobsters at all and are more closely related to hermit crabs.

 

Pistol shrimp, which use their large claw to create a sound-pressure wave strong enough to kill small fish.

 

Star fish and brilliantly colored mollusks. All living together, and some are building hidden habitats on top of the ruins of others.

 

In surveying the coral on the reefs, researchers also deploy new methods that will help standardize measurements of coral reefs worldwide. Of the nearly 300 species of soft coral survey, the Census of Marine Life scientists say that up to one half is thought to be new species. Experts say the coral are not reef builders, but they do cover up to 25% of some areas at the study site and provide important habitat for other species. Despite the high distribution of soft coral around the world, it still remains one of the most poorly-understood groups.

 

Doctor Ian Poiner, CEO of one of the organizations that's participating in the expedition, reports that the only way to fully understand the implications of the threats posed to coral is to establish a baseline of bio-diversity and follow up with later censuses. Expeditions to the three sites will be repeated yearly over the course of the next three years in order to continue the census and to study the effects of the climate change and other processes over time.

 

Notes

ctenophores: 栉水母

pelagic: relating to or occurring or living in or frequenting the open ocean

gelatinous: 凝胶状的;胶粘的

hermit crab: 寄居蟹

invertebrates无脊椎的(动物)

bio-luminescence: 生物发光

mollusk:软体动物

baseline: an imaginary line or standard by which things are measured or compared

[ 本帖最后由 myconsent 于 2008-10-6 18:29 编辑 ]

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Scientists on Thursday release results of a landmark study to record the diversity of life in the around Australia’s reefs. The scientists from the Census of Marine Life have reported finding hundreds of new species of marine life off two islands on the Great Barrier Reef as well as Ningaloo Reef off the western coast of Australia.

 

Among the most interesting observations are ctenophores, commonly known as comb jellies or ___ gelatinous ___, that give off light through bio-luminescence.

 

Squat lobsters, which are not lobsters at all, are more closely related to hermit crabs.

 

Pistol shrimp, which use their large claw to create a sound-pressure wave, is strong enough to kill small fish.

 

Star fish and brilliant light-colored mollusks, all living together, and some are building hidden habitats on top of the ruins of others.

 

In surveying the coral on the reefs, researchers also deployed new methods that will help standardize measurement of coral reefs worldwide. Of the nearly 300 species of the soft coral survey, the Census of Marine Life scientists say that up to one half is thought to be new species. Experts say the coral are not reef builders, but they do cover up to 25% of some areas of the study site and provide important habitat for other species. Despite the high distribution of soft coral around the world, it still remains one of the most poorly-understood groups.

 

Doctor E. N. Poiner, CEO of one of the organizations that's participating in the expedition, reports that the only way to fully understand the implications of the threats posed to coral is to establish a baseline of bio-diversity and follow up with later censuses. Expeditions to the three sites will be repeated yearly over the course of the next three years in order to continue the census and study the effects of the climate change and other processes over time.

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Scientists on Thursday released results of a landmark study to record the diversity of life in the around Australia’s reefs. The scientists from the Census of Marine Life have reported finding hundreds of new species of marine life off two islands on the Great Barrier Reef as well as Ningaloo Reef off the western coast of Australia.

 

Among the most interesting observations are ctenophores, commonly known as comb jellies or ___, that give off light through bio-luminescence.

 

Squad lobsters, which are not lobsters at all and are more closely related to hermit crabs.

 

Pistol shrimp, which use their large claw to create a sound-pressure wave is(去掉) strong enough to kill small fish.

 

Star fish and brilliant light-colored mollusks, all living together, and some are building hidden habitats on top of the ruins of others.

 

In surveying the coral on the reefs, researchers also deployed new methods that will help standardize measurements of coral reefs worldwide. Of the nearly 300 species of the soft coral survey, the Census of Marine Life scientists say that up to one half is thought to be new species. Experts say the coral are not reef builders, but they do cover up to 25% of some areas of the study site and provide important habitat for other species. Despite the high distribution of soft coral around the world, it still remains one of the most poorly-understood groups.

 

Doctor E. N. Poiner, CEO of one of the organizations that's participating in the expedition, reports that the only way to fully understand the implications of the threats posed to coral is to establish a baseline of bio-diversity and follow up with later censuses. Expeditions to the three sites will be repeated yearly over the course of the next three years in order to continue the census and study the effects of the climate change and other processes over time.

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Scientists on Thursday release results of a land mark study to recall a diversity of life in and around Australia’s reefs. The scientists from the census of marine life have reported finding hundreds of new species of marine life of 2 islands on the Great Burial Reef as well as Ningaloo Reef off the western coast of Australia.

Among the most interesting observations are ctenophores, commonly known as comb jellies(~~)that give off lights through bioluminescences. Squat lobsters which are not lobsters at all in a more closely related to hermit crabs. Pistol shrimp, which use their large claws to create a sound pressure way, strong enough to kill small fish. Star fish and brilliant (~~) all living together. And some are building hidden habitats on top of the ruins of others. In surveying the coral on the reefs, researchers also deployed new methods that will help standardize measurement of coral reefs worldwide. Of the nearly 300 species of soft coral survey, the census of marine life scientists say that up to one half is thought to be new species. Experts say the coral are not reef builders, but they do cover up 25% of some areas of the study site and provide important habitat for other species. Despite the high distribution of soft coral around the world, it still remains one of the poorly understood groups. Doctor E.N. Poiner, CEO of one of the organizations that’s participating in the expedition reports that the only way to fully understand the implications of the threads posed to coral is to establish a base line of biodiversity and follow up with later censuses. Expeditions to the three sits will be repeated yearly over the course of the next three years in order to continue the census and study the effects of climate change and other processes over time

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Scientists on Thursday released results of a landmark study to record the diversity of life in and around Australia’s reefs. The scientists from the Census of Marine Life have reported finding hundreds of new species of marine life off two islands on the Great Barrier Reef as well as Ningaloo Reef off the western coast of Australia.

 

Among the most interesting observations are ctenophores, commonly known as comb jellies or ___, that give off light through bio-luminescence.

 

Squad lobsters, which are not lobsters at all and are more closely related to hermit crabs.

 

Pistol shrimp, which use their large claw to create a sound-pressure wave strong enough to kill small fish.

 

Star fish and brilliant light-colored mollusks, all living together, and some are building hidden habitats on top of the ruins of others.

 

In surveying the coral on the reefs, researchers also deployed new methods that will help standardize measurements of coral reefs worldwide. Of the nearly 300 species of the soft coral survey, the Census of Marine Life scientists say that up to one half is thought to be new species. Experts say the coral are not reef builders, but they do cover up to 25% of some areas at the study site and provide important habitat for other species. Despite the high distribution of soft coral around the world, it still remains one of the most poorly-understood groups.

 

Doctor E. N. Poiner, CEO of one of the organizations that's participating in the expedition, reports that the only way to fully understand the implications of the threats posed to coral is to establish a baseline of bio-diversity and follow up with later censuses. Expeditions to the three sites will be repeated yearly over the course of the next three years in order to continue the census and study the effects of the climate change and other processes over time.

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Scientists on Thursday released results of a landmark study to record the diversity of life in and around Australia’s reefs. The scientists from the Census of Marine Life have reported finding hundreds of new species of marine life off two islands on the Great Barrier Reef as well as Ningaloo Reef off the western coast of Australia.

 

Among the most interesting observations are ctenophores, commonly known as comb jellies of pelage  gelatinous vertebrates , that give off light through bio-luminescence.

 

pelage  n.(名词)1. The coat of a mammal, consisting of hair, fur, wool, or other soft covering, as distinct from bare skin. 生皮,毛皮,毛:由毛发、毛皮、绒毛或其他软的覆盖物组成的区别于裸露皮肤的哺乳动物的皮毛

gelatinous adj.(形容词)1. Resembling gelatin; viscous. 凝胶状的;胶粘的

vertebrate  n.Abbr. vert.(名词)缩写 vert.A member of the subphylum Vertebrata, a primary division of the phylum Chordata that includes the fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals, all of which are characterized by a segmented spinal column and a distinct, well-differentiated head. 脊椎动物:脊索动物门的一个原始分支,属于脊椎动物分门的一种动物,包括鱼类、两栖动物、爬行动物、鸟类和哺乳动物,其共同特征是都有节段的脊柱和很明显的、分化的头部

Squat lobsters, which are not lobsters at all and are more closely related to hermit crabs.

 

Squat lobsters are decapod crustaceans of the families Galatheidae and Chirostylidae, including the common genera Galathea and Munida.

 

Pistol shrimp, which use their large claw to create a sound-pressure wave strong enough to kill small fish.

 

Star fish and brilliantly / colored mollusks, all living together, and some are building hidden habitats on top of the ruins of others.

 

In surveying the coral on the reefs, researchers also deployed new methods that will help standardize measurements of coral reefs worldwide. Of the nearly 300 species of / soft coral survey, the Census of Marine Life scientists say that up to one half is thought to be new species. Experts say the coral are not reef builders, but they do cover up to 25% of some areas at the study site and provide important habitat for other species. Despite the high distribution of soft coral around the world, it still remains one of the most poorly-understood groups.

 

Doctor E. N. Poiner, CEO of one of the organizations that's participating in the expedition, reports that the only way to fully understand the implications of the threats posed to coral is to establish a baseline of bio-diversity and follow up with later censuses. Expeditions to the three sites will be repeated yearly over the course of the next three years in order to continue the census and to study the effects of the climate change and other processes over time.

[ 本帖最后由 Chloé 于 2008-10-6 13:10 编辑 ]
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Scientists on Thursday released results of a landmark study to record the diversity of life in and around Australia's route.  Beside its insensitive marine life, reported finding of  hundreds of new species of marine life on the two islands on a great  reef,  as well as lingual reefs on a western coast of Australia.

 

Among the most interesting observations are T commonly known as conju   a junisent in vertebrate, that give off light through bioluminescence, squad obsters in a more closely related to hermit crab. Pistal shrimp which use their large  to create a sound pressure waves strong enough to kill small fish. Star fish and brillaint , all liivng together in summer building hidden habibat on top of the ruins of others.

 

In survey, the coral runner, new search also deploy new methods that  would help standardize mesurements of coral reefs worldwide. nearly 300 species  coral survey,  the sensitive marine life said that one half is thought to be new species. Experts say the coral are not new builders but they do cover up to 25% of some areas at the study site and provide an important habita for other species.

 

Dispite the high distribution of the soft coral around the world, it still remains one of the most  understood groups. Doctor EP, CEO of one of the organizaitons that participated in the expedition reports that the only way to fully understand the implication of the threads holds to coral, is to establish a base line of bioversity and follow up with later censuses. Expeditions to the three sites will be repeated yearly in a quarter of next 3 years in order to continue the census and the study for the primary changes and other processes is over time.

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Scientists on Thursday released results of landmarks study to recall the adversity of in and around the Australian reefs. The scientists from the Census of the Marine life have reported finding hundreds of new species of marine life off two islands on the Great Barrier Reef as well as Ningaloo Reef off the western coast of Australia.

 

Among the most interesting observations are ctenophores, commonly known as comb jellies or pelage gelatinous invertebrates that give off light through bioluminescence.

 

Squat lobsters which are not lobsters at all and are more closely related to hermit crabs.

 

Pistol shrimps would use their large claw to create a sound-pressure wave strong enough to kill small fish.


Starfish and brilliantly colored mollusks, all living together, and some are building hidden habitat on top of the ruins of others.

 

In surveying the coral on the reefs, researchers also deployed new methods that will help standardize measurements of coral reefs worldwide. Of nearly 300 species of the soft coral survey, the Census of Marine Life scientists say that up to one half is thought to be new species. Scientists say that the corals are not reef builders, but they do cover up to 25% of the some areas at the study site and provide important habitats for other species. Despite the high distribution of the soft coral around the world, it still remains one of the poorly-understood groups.

 

Doctor E. N. Potter, CEO of the organizations that's participating in the expedition, reports that the only way to fully understand the applications of the threats posed to coral is to establish a baseline to biodiversity and follow up with the later censuses. This expenditure to the three sites will be repeated yearly over the course of the next three years in order to continue the censuses and study the effect of climate changes and other processes over time.

 

 

[ 本帖最后由 myconsent 于 2008-10-6 18:02 编辑 ]
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Scientists on Thursday released results of a landmark study to record the diversity of life in and around Australia’s reefs. The scientists from the Census of Marine Life have reported finding hundreds of new species of marine life off two islands on the Great Barrier Reef as well as Ningaloo Reef off the western coast of Australia.

 

Among the most interesting observations are ctenophores, commonly known as comb jellies of pelagic (comb jelly是一种浮游动物)gelatinous invertebrates , that give off light through bio-luminescence.

 

Squat lobsters, which are not lobsters at all and are more closely related to hermit crabs.

 

 

Pistol shrimp, which use their large claw to create a sound-pressure wave strong enough to kill small fish.

 

Star fish and brilliantly colored mollusks, all living together, and some are building hidden habitats on top of the ruins of others.

 

In surveying the coral on the reefs, researchers also deployed new methods that will help standardize measurements of coral reefs worldwide. Of the nearly 300 species of soft coral survey, the Census of Marine Life scientists say that up to one half is thought to be new species. Experts say the coral are not reef builders, but they do cover up to 25% of some areas at the study site and provide important habitat for other species. Despite the high distribution of soft coral around the world, it still remains one of the most poorly-understood groups.

 

Doctor E. N. Poiner, CEO of one of the organizations that's participating in the expedition, reports that the only way to fully understand the implications of the threats posed to coral is to establish a baseline of bio-diversity and follow up with later censuses. Expeditions to the three sites will be repeated yearly over the course of the next three years in order to continue the census and to study the effects of the climate change and other processes over time.

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Scientists on Thursday released results of landmarks study to recall the adversity of in and around the Australia’s reefs. The scientists from the Census of the Marine life have reported finding hundreds of new species of marine life off two islands on the Great Barrier Reef as well as Ningaloo Reef off the western coast of Australia.

 

Among the most interesting observations are ctenophores, commonly known as comb jellies or pelage gelatinous invertebrates that give off light through bioluminescence.

 

Squat lobsters which are not lobsters at all and are more closely related to hermit crabs.

 

Pistol shrimp which use their large claw to create a sound-pressure wave strong enough to kill small fish.

 

Starfish and brilliantly colored mollusks, all living together, and some are building hidden habitats on top of the ruins of others.

 

In surveying the coral on the reefs, researchers also deployed new methods that will help standardize measurements of coral reefs worldwide. Of the nearly 300 species of the soft coral survey, the Census of Marine Life scientists say that up to one half is thought to be new species. Experts say the corals are not reef builders, but they do cover up to 25% of the some areas at the study site and provide important habitats for other species. Despite the high distribution of the soft coral around the world, it still remains one of the poorly-understood groups.

 

Doctor E. N. Potter, CEO of one of the organizations that's participating in the expedition, reports that the only way to fully understand the implications of the threats posed to coral is to establish a baseline to biodiversity and follow up with the later censuses. Expeditions to the three sites will be repeated yearly over the course of the next three years in order to continue the censuses and study the effects of climate-change and other processes over time.

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Scientists on Thursday released results of landmarks study to recall the diversity of life in and around Australia’s reefs. The scientists from the Census of the Marine life have reported finding hundreds of new species of marine life off two islands on the Great Barrier Reef as well as Ningaloo Reef off the western coast of Australia.

 

Among the most interesting observations are ctenophores, commonly known as comb jellies or pelage gelatinous invertebrates that give off light through bioluminescence.

 

Squat lobsters which are not lobsters at all and are more closely related to hermit crabs.

 

Pistol shrimp which use their large claw to create a sound-pressure wave strong enough to kill small fish.

 

Starfish and brilliantly colored mollusks, all living together, and some are building hidden habitats on top of the ruins of others.

 

In surveying the coral on the reefs, researchers also deployed new methods that will help standardize measurements of coral reefs worldwide. Of the nearly 300 species of the soft coral survey, the Census of Marine Life scientists say that up to one half is thought to be new species. Experts say the corals are not reef builders, but they do cover up to 25% of some areas at the study site and provide important habitats for other species. Despite the high distribution of soft coral around the world, it still remains one of the most poorly-understood groups.

 

Doctor E. N. Potter, CEO of one of the organizations that's participating in the expedition, reports that the only way to fully understand the implications of the threats posed to coral is to establish a baseline to biodiversity and follow up with the later censuses. Expeditions to the three sites will be repeated yearly over the course of the next three years in order to continue the censuses and to study the effects of climate-change and other processes over time.

 

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Scientists on Thursday released results of a landmark study to recall the diversity of life in and around Australia’s reefs. The scientists from the Census of the Marine life have reported finding hundreds of new species of marine life off two islands on the Great Barrier Reef as well as Ningaloo Reef off the western coast of Australia.

 

Among the most interesting observations are ctenophores, commonly known as comb jellies or pelage gelatinous invertebrates that give off light through bioluminescence.

 

Squat lobsters which are not lobsters at all and are more closely related to hermit crabs.

 

Pistol shrimp which use their large claw to create a sound-pressure wave strong enough to kill small fish.

 

Starfish and brilliantly colored mollusks, all living together, and some are building hidden habitats on top of the ruins of others.

 

In surveying the coral on the reefs, researchers also deployed new methods that will help standardize measurements of coral reefs worldwide. Of the nearly 300 species of the soft coral survey, the Census of Marine Life scientists say that up to one half is thought to be new species. Experts say the corals are not reef builders, but they do cover up to 25% of some areas at the study site and provide important habitats for other species. Despite the high distribution of soft coral around the world, it still remains one of the most poorly-understood groups.

 

Doctor Ian Pointer, CEO of one of the organizations that's participating in the expedition, reports that the only way to fully understand the implications of the threats posed to coral is to establish a baseline to biodiversity and follow up with the later censuses. Expeditions to the three sites will be repeated yearly over the course of the next three years in order to continue the censuses and to study the effects of climate-change and other processes over time.

 

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Scientist on Thursday released results of a landmark study to record the diversity of life in and around Australia’s reefs. The scientists from the census  of marine life have  reported finding hundreds of new species of life off two islands on Greenberel reef as well as Lingula reef off the west coast of Australia.

   Among the most interesting observations ,are ctenophores ,commonly known as comb jellies ,a pelagic gelatinous invertebrates, that give off  light through bio-luminescence, Squat  lobsters which are not lobster at all . In a more closely related to hermit crabs . Pistol shrimp which use their large claw to create sound pressure waves strong enough to kill small fish .Star fish ,in brilliantly color mollusks, all living together ,in summer building hidden habitats ,on top of ruins of others .

      In surveying the coral on the reefs ,researchers also deploy new methods that will help standardize  measurements of coral reefs world wide .Of the nearly three hundred species in soft coral serve , the census of marine life scientists say that up to one half is thought be new species .Experts said the corals are not with builders .But they do cover 25percent of some areas of the study side and provide important habitat for other species .

   Despite the high distribution of soft coral around the world .It still remains one of the most poorly understood groups .Doctor E N poinner ,CEO in one of the organizations that’s participating the expedition ,reports that the only way to fully understand the  implication of the threats posed to coral is to establish a base line of the bio-diversity  and follow up the later censuses .Expeditions to the three sides will be repeated yearly  over the course  of the next three years ,  in order to continue the census and study the effects of climate change and other processes is over time.     

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