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Icelandic scallop Chlamys islandica. When different animals exhibit a common pattern of abnormal closings (or openings), it means there is a common external stress (that can be pollution). Otherwise, each individual in the group, except for biological rhythms, lives its life independent from one another.

Available records from 1 October 2012 to 22 October 2013

Dalnie Zelentsy is a bay in the North East of Murmansk in Russia, on the Barents Sea.

We are working there since October 2012 in cooperation with the Murmansk Marine Biological Institute and the French Gas & Petrol Company TOTAL.

In early October 2012, we have set an HFNI Valvometer equipped with 16 icelandic scallops Chlamys edulis. We performed a standard exchange of our submarine electronic in early October 2013. Ten scallops were already there from Oct 12 to Oct 13. Six scallops are new ones. The whole system was placed back in the Bay on October 7, 2013 from 10 -12 a.m.

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