2021
DOI: 10.32360/acmar.v54i2.61440
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Abstract: This paper is a literature review on marine hardbottom environments (MHE) that emerge in coastal regions in the Brazilian state of Ceará. This stretch of the Brazilian coast houses several rock formations, which are widely distributed in the intertidal zone. These formations have various origins and composition, ranging from crystalline rocks to biogenic structures, but most are composed by sandstones. These substrates support biodiverse ecosystems that produce valuable environmental goods and services, which … Show more

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“…Some of these habitats were near or inside estuaries such as in the Igaracu and Timonha rivers, and at least one sighting event occurred adjacent to a large seagrass bed (in the cove of Cajueiro da Praia municipality). Fishing weirs are relatively common on intertidal sandbanks or hard bottoms in this low-latitude region (Carneiro et al, 2022) and comprise fixed enclosuretype traps, usually made of rods and wires, and are traditionally distributed along the beach and estuaries (Lucena et al, 2013) (Figure 3D).…”
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“…Some of these habitats were near or inside estuaries such as in the Igaracu and Timonha rivers, and at least one sighting event occurred adjacent to a large seagrass bed (in the cove of Cajueiro da Praia municipality). Fishing weirs are relatively common on intertidal sandbanks or hard bottoms in this low-latitude region (Carneiro et al, 2022) and comprise fixed enclosuretype traps, usually made of rods and wires, and are traditionally distributed along the beach and estuaries (Lucena et al, 2013) (Figure 3D).…”
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“…The Brazilian northeast ecoregion (sensu Spalding et al, 2007) (Figure 1) is characterized by a diversity of tropical coastal and marine ecosystems, including seagrass and rhodolith beds, mangroves, intertidal sandstone reefs, and shallow-water coral reefs (Irion et al, 2012;Soares et al, 2017;Costa et al, 2020;Carneiro et al, 2021;Carneiro et al, 2022). The Brazilian semiarid coast is a scarcely known region of great ecological and socioeconomic importance.…”
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