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Table 2

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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