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Published by means of the yankee Geophysical Union as a part of the Antarctic examine Series.
This is the 3rd of the 11 volumes of the examine sequence so far released that's dedicated to the Biology of the Antarctic Seas. It contains 12 unique papers which, in material, diversity from an research of the existence techniques of the microalgae of sea-ice (John S. Bunt) and the productiveness of the ocean (S. Z. El-Sayed) to the physiologic habit and reactions to diving of the Weddell seal (G. L. Kooyman).
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R. Parsons,A_manualof seawater analysis,Bull. Fish. Res. Bd. Canada,125: viii -4-203, 1965. Volkovinsky,V. , Studiesof primary productionin the waters of the South Atlantic Ocean,SecondInternational Oceanographic Congress,Moscow,30 May-9 June 1966,Abstractsof Papers: 386-387, 'Nauka' PublishingHouse,Moscow,1966. , Das ozeanographischen Beobachtungsmaterial Serienmessung,Wiss. Ergeb. Deut. AtlantischenExpedition Forsch. ,"Meteor" 1925-1927,4: 1-290, 1932. Copyright American Geophysical Union Antarctic Research Series Biology of the Antarctic Seas III ELASIPODID SOME AND HOLOTHURIANS SUBANTARCTIC CANDIDO P.
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