Examples of the occurrence of Gammarus tigrinus in relation to the conductivity, concentration of chlorides in the water and salinity in inland and coastal habitats.
|Conductivity (μS cm−1)||Chlorides (mg Cl− dm−3)||Salinity (PSU)||Density (individuals m−2)||Area of occurrence, country||References|
|15 500||Watch Lane Flash (lake) England||Savage (1982)|
|3422||The Meurthe River, France||Piscart et al. (2005)|
|2800||Bivet, Brittany, France||Piscart et al. (2008)|
|5860||Brackish polder in Flanders (Belgium)||Boets et al. (2011)|
|8500||2500||4.6||3500||The Werra River (Germany)||Braukmann and Böhme (2011); Bäthe and Coring (2011); Arle and Wagner (2013)|
|2870||The Odra River (Poland)||Rachalewski et al. (2013)|
|1.4-3.5||1520||The Vistula Lagoon||Jazdzewski et al. (2004); Grabowski et al. (2006); Dobrzycka-Krahel et al. (2013)|
|0.2–4.9||74||The Vistula Delta||Dobrzycka-Krahel et al. (2013)|
|6399||Puck Bay||Janas and Kedzierska (2014)|
|0–10.0||10 767||The Gulf of Finland||Kotta et al. (2013)|
|1–70||The Latvian waters of the Gulf of Riga||Strode et al. (2013)|
|4.5–6.0||110–508; maximum 4700||The Gulf of Riga||Reisalu et al. (2016)|
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