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However, any overall continuity of ﬂow will tend to be lost across St. George’s Channel (Cooper, 1961), with exchange of water in and out of the Irish Sea. Residual ﬂows on the Celtic shelf are weak, but the mean transport is poleward along the continental slope margin in the West European Continental Slope Current. Some residual current vectors, derived from several sources, and an idealized summary diagram are given by Pingree and Mardell (1981) and Pingree and Le Cann (1989). , 2002; Pingree, 2002) linked negative winter NAO conditions with increased continental slope ﬂow and warmer than average temperatures along the slopes and outer shelf, particularly for the winter conditions of 1995–1996.
For instance, there is an extensive juvenile phase in diVerent habitats (rock pools in the case of P. depressa, damp places in the case of P. vulgata) that can obscure signals generated by climate. Changes in trochid (Osilinus lineatus and Gibbula umbilicalis) population structure and distribution have also been recorded (Kendall and Mieskowska, unpublished data), with large extensions in the English Channel beyond the limits found in the 1950s recorded by Crisp and Southward (1958). Breeding populations of Osilinus have recently been found at Osmington Mills.
Intertidal observations The ﬁrst MBA records of selected intertidal organisms on rocky shores were surveys at ﬁve sites around Plymouth in 1934 (Moore, 1936). Subsequently, from 1951 to 1987, annual records were taken at these stations, primarily to assess the relative abundance of barnacle species (Figures 25–27) that appeared to be coupled to change in sea temperature (Southward and Crisp, 1954, 1956). A mixed population of three species is shown in Figure 25A. For special studies, one station was selected as showing maximum ﬂuctuation of species (Cellar Beach; Figure 26A), and observations on recruitment and mortality over several years were also made there Chthamalus montagui; S, Chthamalus stellatus; and the white juvenile barnacles are all recently settled S.