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Bergstad, O.A. & J. Knutsen 2004 Marin makro og megafauna i Grenlandsfjordene, og naeringsvalg til torsk, skrubbe, sjoorret og pelagisk fisk. Marine macro and megafunal communities of the Grenland fjords (SE Norway), and feeding patterns of Atlantic cod, flounder, anadromous brown trout, and epipelagic fishes. Atle Fisken og Havet
Volume: 9:1-36. (Norwegian)
 
Wirtz, P. 2009 Marine algae sterilize their enemies. Zeealgen steriliseren hun vijanden. Aquarium (Hilversum).
Volume: 79(9):26‑27. (Dutch)
 
Monchenko, V.I. 1979 Marine and brackish Cyclopidae (Crustacea, Cyclopidae) in the Azov-Black Sea basin. Morskie i solonovatovodnye tsiklopy (Crustacea, Cyclopidae) v Azovo-Chernomorskom basseine. Gidrobiologicheskii Zhurnal
Volume: 15(2): 22-26. (22-iii-1979, Russian with English summary).
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Huys, R., J.M. Gee, C.G. Moore & R. Hamond 1996 Marine and brackish water harpacticoid copepods. Part 1. Keys and notes for identification of the species. In: Barnes, R.S.K. & J.H. Crothers (eds.). Synopses of the British Fauna, New Series
Volume: 51(1):1-352.
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Levings, C.D., D. Kieser, G.S. Jamieson & S. Dudas 2002 Marine and estuarine alien species in the Strait of Georgia, British Columbia. In: Claudi, R., P. Nantel, E. Muckle-Jeffs (eds.). Alien invaders in Canada's waters, wetlands, and forests. Canadian Forest Service, Natural Rsources Canada, Ottawa
Volume: :111-131.
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Shabdin, M.L. 2006 Marine and estuarine meiofauna of Sarawak, Malaysia – A review. The Sarawak Museum Journal
Volume: 62(83):201-222.
 
Gotto, R.V. 1969 Marine animals. Partnerships and other associations. London
Volume: 96pp., figs. 1-34.
 
McIntosh, W.C. 1904 Marine annelids (Polychaeta) of South Africa. Part II. Marine Investigations in South Africa, [Cape of Good Hope, Department of Agriculture]
Volume: 3:57-92, pls. 5-9. (25-vi-1904)
 
Dumontet, S. 2002 Marine aquatic environment as a source of potential human pathogens: Studies on prevalence, ecology and characterisation of Aeromonas spp. and Vibrio vulnificus isolated from marine environment. Fil.Dr. Dissertation, Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet - Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden
Volume: 63 pp.
 
Nipper, M.G., C. Badaró-Pedroso, V.F. José & V.A. Prósperi 1990 Marine bioassays and their applications in coastal management and biological monitoring. In: II Simpósio de Ecossistemas da Costa Sul e Sudeste Brasileira: Estrutura, Funçao e Manejo; Aguas de Lindóia, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 6-11 April 1990. Proceedings
Volume: 1:160-168.
 
Raghukumar, S. & A.C. Anil 2003 Marine biodiversity and ecosystem functioning: A perspective. Current Science, Bangalore
Volume: 84(7):884-891.
 
Artigas, L.F., P. Vendeville, M. Leopold, D. Guiral & J.F. Ternon 2003 Marine biodiversity in French Guiana: Estuarine, coastal, and shelf ecosystems under de influence of Amazonian waters. Gayana
Volume: 67(2): 302-326.
 
Beaugrand, G., M. Edwards & L. Legendre 2010 Marine biodiversity, ecosystem functioning, and carbon cycles. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
Volume: 107(22):10120-10124.
 
Bradford-Grieve, J.M. 2008 Marine biodiversity: Sampling the Atlantic depths. Water & Atmosphere
Volume: 16(1):14-15.
 
Hedgpeth, J.W. 1957 Marine biogeography. In: Hedgpeth, J.W. (ed.). Treatise on Marine Ecology and Paleoecology. Vol. 1, Ecology. Geological Society of America Memoir
Volume: 67, chapter 13:359-382.
 
Rilov, G. & B. Galil 2009 Marine bioinvasions in the Mediterranean Sea – history, distribution and ecology. In: Rilov, G. & J.A. Crooks (eds.). Biological Invasions in Marine Ecosystems: Ecological, Management, and Geographic Perspectives. Ecological Studies 204. Springer, Berlin.
Volume: Pp. 549-575.
 
Fukuchi, M., A. Tanimura & H. Ohtsuka 1985 Marine biological and oceanographical investigations in Lutzow-Holm Bay, Antarctica. In: Siegfried, W.R., P.R. Condy & R.M. Laws (eds.). Antarctic nutrient cycles and food webs. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg etc. 700pp.
Volume: :52-59.
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Kubota, T. 1991 Marine Biological Center. Marine Biological Center, Tokai University
Volume: 18pp.
 
Rainbow, P.S. 2009 Marine biological collections in the 21st century. Zoologica Scripta
Volume: 38(Suppl. 1):33-40.
 
Selifonova, J.P. 2009 Marine biological invasions in waters of the port of Novorossiysk in the Black Sea. Russian Journal of Marine Biology
Volume: 35(3):242-249. [Original Russian text in Biologiya Morya.]
 
Fosshagen, A. 1970 Marine biological investigations in the Bahamas. 12. Stephidae (Copepoda, Calanoida) from the Bahamas, with remarks on Stephos sinuatus Willey and S. articus Sars. Sarsia
Volume: 41:37-48, figs.1-5.
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Fosshagen, A. 1970 Marine biological investigations in the Bahamas. 15. Ridgewayia (Copepoda, Calanoida) and two new genera of calanoids from the Bahamas. Sarsia
Volume: 44:25-58, figs. 1-12. (10-xii-1970)
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Fosshagen, A. 1972 Marine biological investigations in the Bahamas. 17. Platycopiidae (Copepoda, Calanoida) from the Bahamas. Sarsia
Volume: 48:51-60, figs. 1-4. (27-i-1972)
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Geddes, D.C. 1968 Marine biological investigations in the Bahamas. 3. Harpacticoid copepods belonging to the family Tetragonicipitidae Lang. Sarsia
Volume: 32:21-38, figs. 1-10. (10-v-1968)
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Fosshagen, A. 1968 Marine biological investigations in the Bahamas. 4. Pseudocyclopidae (Copepoda, Calanoida) from the Bahamas. Sarsia
Volume: 32:39-62, figs. 1-10. (10-v-1968)
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Geddes, D.C. 1968 Marine biological investigations in the Bahamas. 5. A new species of Zausodes (Copepoda, Harpacticoida). Sarsia
Volume: 32:63-68, figs. 1-4. (10-v-1968)
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Geddes, D.C. 1968 Marine biological investigations in the Bahamas. 7. Harpacticoid copepods belonging to the families Porcellidiidae Sars, Peltidiidae Sars, and Tegastidae Sars. Sarsia
Volume: 35:9-56, figs. 1-28. (15-x-1968)
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Fosshagen, A. 1968 Marine biological investigations in the Bahamas. 8. Bottom-living Arietellidae (Copepoda, Calanoida) from the Bahamas with remarks on Paramisophria cluthae T. Scott. Sarsia
Volume: 35:57-64, figs. 1-2. (15-x-1968)
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Geddes, D.C. 1969 Marine biological investigations in the Bahamas. 9. Harpacticoid copepods belonging to the family Thalestridae Sars. Sarsia
Volume: 39:1-16, figs. 1-8. (5-xi-1969)
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Beaugrand, G., E. Goberville, C. Luczak, & R.R. Kirby 2014 Marine biological shifts and climate. Proceedings Of The Royal Society B-Biological Sciences
Volume: 281(1783):10.1098/rspb.2013.3350 MAY 22 2014
 
Mohr, J.L. 1959 Marine biological work. In: Bushnell, V. (ed.). Scientific studies at Fletcher's Ice Island. Geophysics Research Paper
Volume: 63:82-103, figs. 1-17.
 
Fish, C.J. 1935 Marine biology and paleoecology. Journal of Paleontology
Volume: 9(1):92-100.
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Humes, A.G. 1978 Marine biology as a career. The American Biology Teacher
Volume: 40(3):152-155. (iii.1978)
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Conover, R.J. & G.F. Cota 1985 Marine biology of Polar regions. Balance experiments with Arctic zooplankton. In: Gray, J.S. & M.E. Christiansen (eds.). Marine biology of polar regions and effects of stress on marine organisms. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, New York etc. 639pp.
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Bamstedt, U., K.S. Tande & H. Nicolajsen 1985 Marine Biology of Polar Regions. Ecological investigations on the zooplankton community of Balsfjorden, northern Norway: physiological adaptations in Metridia longa (Copepoda) to the overwintering period. In: Gray, J.S. & M.E. Christiansen (eds.). Marine Biology of Polar Regions and Effects of Stress on Marine Organisms. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, New York etc. 639pp.
Volume: :313-327.
 
Battaglia, B., P.M. Bisol, G. Fava, E. Rodino & V. Varotto 1985 Marine biology of polar regions. Genetic variability and geographic differentiation in some benthic invertebrates. In: Gray, J.S. & M.E. Christiansen (eds.). Marine biology of polar regions and effects of stress on marine organisms. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, New York. 639 pp.
Volume: :299-311.
 
Friedrich, H. 1969 Marine Biology. Biological Series, University of Washington
Volume: 1-474, figs. 1-205, tabs. 1-56. Translation of: Meeresbiologie, 1965.
 
Dell, R.K. 1965 Marine biology. In: Hatherton, T. (ed.). Antarctica. London
Volume: :129-152, figs. 35-38.
 
Nybakken, J.W. & M.D. Bertness 2005 Marine Biology. An Ecological Approach. 6th Edition. Pearson Evaluation Inc., San Francisco.
No Volume Data Available
 
Weihs, D. 1999 Marine biology: No hibernation for basking sharks. Nature
Volume: 400:717-718.
 
Austin, W.C. & M.M. Deutsch 1978 Marine Biota of the NE Pacific: A bibliography emphasizing systematics and distribution. Khoyatan Marine Laboratory, Cowichan Station, British Columbia
Volume: Copepods:312-325.
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Naess, T. 1991 Marine calanoid resting eggs in Norway: abundance and distribution of two copepod species in the sediment of an enclosed marine basin. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 110(2):261-266.
 
Paul, V.J. & R. Ritson-Williams 2008 Marine chemical ecology. Natural Product Reports
Volume: 25:662-695. DOI: 10.1039/b702742g
 
Hay, M.E. 2009 Marine chemical ecology: Chemical signals and cues structure marine populations, communities, and ecosystems. Annual Review of Marine Science
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Steele, D.H. 1975 Marine climate and the biogeography of the surface waters in the Northwest Atlantic. Naturaliste Canadien, Quebec
Volume: 102:189-198.
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Zheng, C., S.J. Li & G.S. Lian 1992 Marine copepod biology. Amoy University Press, Fujiang, China.
Volume: 312 pp. [In Chinese.]
 
Hernández-Trujillo, S. 1996 Marine copepod diversity of Mexico: an assessment. In: World Association of Copepodologists: Sixth International Conference on Copepoda, Oldenburg, Germany, August 1996; Program and Abstracts
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Rombouts, I., G. Beaugrand, F. Ibanez, S. Chiba & L. Legendre 2011 Marine copepod diversity patterns and the metabolic theory of ecology. Oecologia (Berlin)
Volume: 166(2):349-355.
 
Honjo, S. & M.R. Roman 1978 Marine copepod fecal pellets: production, preservation and sedimentation. Journal of Marine Research
Volume: 36(1):45-57, figs. 1-2. (ii-1978)
 
Dürbaum, J. 1997 Marine Copepoda (Crustacea) und ihre Anwendung in der Aufzucht von Korallenfischen. Proceedings, 4th Internationales Meerwasser-Symposium, Germany
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Nicholls, A.G. 1942 Marine Copepoda from Western Australia. I. Littoral Harpacticoids from Rottnest Island. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia
Volume: 27:135-141, figs. 1-4. (20-V-1942)
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Nicholls, A.G. 1945 Marine Copepoda from Western Australia. III. Littoral Harpacticoids from Port Denison. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia
Volume: 29:1-16, figs. 1-8. (1-iii-1945)
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Nicholls, A.G. 1945 Marine Copepoda from Western Australia. IV. Psammophilous harpacticoids. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia
Volume: 29:17-24, figs. 1-3. (1-iii-1945)
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Nicholls, A.G. 1945 Marine Copepoda from Western Australia. V. A new species of Paramesochra, with an account of a new harpacticoid family, the Remaneidae, and its affinities. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia
Volume: 29:91-105, figs. 1-4. (1-iii-1945)
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Marques, E. 1958 Marine Copepoda of Sao Tomé Island. Conference Internationale d'Afrique Occidentale
Volume: Sess. VI, 4: 193-203, pls. 1-2.
 
Chen, Q.C. 1984 Marine Copepoda researches in China for the past 35 years. In: World Association of Copepodologists: Second International Conference on Copepoda, Ottawa, Canada, 13-17 August 1984. Program and Abstracts:
Volume: :33. (Abstract)
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Baensch, F. 2003 Marine copepods and the culture of two new pygmy angelfish species. Freshwater and Marine Aquarium
Volume: 26(7): 156-158, 160, 162
 
Fairbridge, W.S. 1944 Marine copepods from Western Australia. Series II. Two pelagic copepods from Cockburn Sound. Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Western Australia
Volume: 28:209-211, pls. 1-3.
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Illg, P.L. 1960 Marine copepods of the genus Anthessius from the northeastern Pacific Ocean. Pacific Science
Volume: 14(4):337-372, figs. 1-125. (12-x-1960).
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Wiborg, K.F. 1964 Marine copepods of Tristan da Cunha. Results of the Norwegian Scientific Expedition to Tristan da Cunha
Volume: 51:1-44, figs. 1-18, tab. 1.
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Herbst, H.V. 1962 Marine Cyclopoida Gnathostoma (Copepoda) von der Bretagne-Küste als Kommensalen von Polychaeten. Crustaceana (Leiden)
Volume: 4(3):191-206, figs. 1-45. (10-ix-1962)
 
Valiela, I. 1995 Marine Ecological Processes. Second Edition. Springer, Berlin.
Volume: 712 pp.
 
Moore, H.B. 1958 Marine Ecology. New York and London
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Yamaguchi, A., T. Ikeda & N. Shiga 2006 Marine ecosystem characteristics and seasonal abundance of dominant calanoid copepods in the Oyashio region. PICES Scientific Report
Volume: 32: 51-52.
 
Colwell, R.R. & A. Huq 2001 Marine ecosystems and cholera. Hydrobiologia
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Barange, M., J.G. Field, R.P. Harris, E.E. Hofmann, R.I. Perry & F.E. Werner (eds). 2010 Marine Ecosystems and Global Change. Oxford University Press, New York.
Volume: ISBN13: 978-0-19-955802-5ISBN10: 0-19-955802-7. 464 pp.
 
Barange, M. & R. Harris (eds.). 2003 Marine Ecosystems and Global Change. IGBP Science
Volume: No. 5. 33 pp. http://www.igbp.net/documents/resources/science-5.pdf
 
Fadeev, N.N. 1924 Marine Elemente in der Fauna des Severny-Donetzbassin. Russiskii Gidrobiologicheskii Zhurnal, Saratov
Volume: 2:
 
Farran, G.P. 1913 Marine Entomostraca. In: A biological survey of Clare Island in the county of Mayo, Ireland, and of the adjoining district. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy
Volume: (B)31(45):1-20, pls. 1-3. (11-iv-1913)
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Bruce, J.R., J.S. Colman & N.S. Jones (eds.) 1963 Marine fauna of the Isle of Man and its surrounding seas. 2nd edition In: L.M.B.C. Memoirs on Typical British Marine Plants and Animals, Liverpool University Press
Volume: 36:i-ix, 1-307, charts A-F. (Copepods pp.128-135)
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Moore, H.B. 1937 Marine fauna of the Isle of Man. Proceedings and Transactions of the Liverpool Biological Society
Volume: 50:1-293, maps 1-3. (Crustacea: 87-142)
 
Siddiqi, M.S.U. 1973 Marine fauna supplement. Records of the Zoological Survey of Pakistan
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Waddington, H.J. 1914 Marine Fauna. In: Morris, D. (ed.). A natural history of Bournemouth and district, including archaeology, topography, municipal gouvernment, climate, education, fauna, flora and geology. Bournemouth
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Serventy, D.L. 1934 Marine Fauna. Scott Head Island. J.A. Steers, Cambridge.
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Hamond, R. 1961 Marine Fauna. In: Norwich and Its Region. British Association for the Advancement of Science.
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Cortés, J. 2009 Marine fish parasites. In: Wehrtmann, I.S. & J. Cortés (eds.). Marine Biodiversity of Costa Rica, Central America. Monographiae Biologicae 86. Springer, Netherlands.
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Hendrix, S.S. 1994 Marine Flora and Fauna of the Eastern United States. Platyhelminthes: Monogenea. U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service, Seattle, Washington. Northwest Fisheries Science Center. Technical Report
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Cressey, R.F. 1978 Marine flora and fauna of the northeastern United States. Crustacea: Branchiura. NOAA Technical Report NMFS Circular
Volume: 413:1-8.
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Ho, J.S. 1978 Marine Flora and Fauna of the Northeastern United States. Copepoda: Cyclopoids Parasitic on Fishes. NOAA Technical Report NMFS Circular
Volume: 409:1-12, figs. 1-17. (ii-1978)
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Ho, J.S. 1977 Marine flora and fauna of the northeastern United States. Copepoda: Lernaeopodidae and Sphyriidae. National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration Technical Report, United States National Marine Fisheries Service Circular
Volume: 406:1-14, figs. 1-16. (xii-1977)
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Noodt, W. 1952 Marine Harpacticiden (Cop.) aus dem eulitoralen Sandstrand der Insel Sylt. Abhandlungen Mathematisch.-Naturwissenschaftlichen Klasse Akademie Wissenschaftliche Mainz
Volume: 1952(3):105-142, figs. 1-99. (27-ix-1952)
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Pesta, O. 1932 Marine Harpacticiden aus dem Hawaiischen Inselgebiet. Zoologische Jahrbücher, Abteilung für Systematik
Volume: 63(2):145-162, figs. 1-8, pl. 4. (18-vii-1932)
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Pesta, O. 1935 Marine Harpacticiden aus dem Hawaiischen Inselgebiet. Zoologische Jahrbücher, Abteilung für Systematik
Volume: 66(5):363-379, figs. 1-8. (8.iv.1935)
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Lang, K. 1934 Marine Harpacticiden von der Campbell-Insel und einigen anderen südlichen Inseln. Acta Universitatis Lundensis, New Series, Avd. 2, 30(14) (= K. fysiogr. Sällsk Lund Handl.
Volume: 45(14)):1-56, figs. 1-153.
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Rhodes, A. 2004 Marine harpacticoid copepod culture for the production of long chain high unsaturated fatty acids and carotenoid pigments. Ph.D. Dissertation, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina, U.S.A.
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Bodin, P. 1999 Marine harpacticoid copepod species richness and diversity comparison between temperate and tropical zones. In: World Association of Copepodologists: Seventh International Conference on Copepoda, Curitiba, 25-31 July 1999; Program and Abstracts
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Monk, C.R. 1942 Marine harpacticoid copepods from California. Ph.D. Thesis, University of California, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.
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Yoo, K.I. & W. Lee 1995 Marine harpacticoid copepods from Korean waters. Journal of the Yellow Sea
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Song, S.J. & C.Y. Chang 1995 Marine harpacticoid copepods of Chindo Island, Korea. Korean Journal of Systematic Zoology
Volume: 11(1):65-77.
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Chang, C.Y. & S.J. Song 1995 Marine harpacticoid copepods of genus Eudactylopus (Harpacticoida, Thalestridae) in Korea. Korean Journal of Systematic Zoology
Volume: 11(3):379-388.
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Apostolov, A. 1969 Marine Harpacticoiden aus dem Küstensand von Bulgarien. Acta Musei Macedonici Scientiarum Naturalium, Skopje
Volume: 11(6)(96):111-130, figs. 1-45. (30-vi-1969)
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Kunz, H. 1951 Marine Harpacticoiden aus dem Küstensand von Südwestafrika. Kieler Meeresforschungen
Volume: 8(1):76-81, pls. 23-26.
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Klie, W. 1941 Marine Harpacticoiden von Island. Kieler Meeresforschungen
Volume: 5(1):1-44, figs. 1-48, tab. 1. (xii-1941)
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Apostolov, A. 2007 Marine harpacticoids (Copepoda, Harpacticoida) of Iceland, 1. Genus Halectinosoma Lang, 1944 and genus Leptocaris T. Scott, 1899 Harpacticoïdes marins (Copepoda, Harpacticoida) d'Islande, 1. Le genre Halectinosoma Lang, 1944 et le genre Leptocaris T. Scott, 1899. Crustaceana (Leiden)
Volume: 80(10):1153-1169.
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Apostolov, A. & I. Pandourski 1999 Marine harpacticoids (Crustacea: Copepoda) from the littoral of the Livingston Island (the Antarctic). Bulgarian Antarctic Research, Life Sciences
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Pandourski, I. & A. Apostolov 1999 Marine harpacticoids (Crustacea: Copepoda) from the littoral of the Livingston Island (the Antarctic). Bulgarian Antarctic Research, Life Sciences
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Nicholls, A.G. 1939 Marine harpacticoids and cyclopoids from the shores of the St. Lawrence. Naturaliste Canadien, Quebec (Also in Station Biologique de Saint-Laurent. Fauna et Flora Laurentianae, 2. 1940.)
Volume: 66:241-316, 28 figs.
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Chang, C.Y. & S.J. Song 1997 Marine harpacticoids of genus Parathalestris (Copepoda, Harpacticoida, Thalestridae) from Korea. Korean Journal of Systematic Zoology
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Olsen, Y., T. Andersen, I. Gismervik & O. Vadstein 2011 Marine heterotrophic bacteria, protozoan and metazoan zooplankton may experience protein N or mineral P limitation in coastal waters. Marine Ecology Progress Series
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Ellis, D.V. 1960 Marine infaunal benthos in Arctic North America. Technical Papers of the Arctic Institute of North America
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Williams, N. 2008 Marine insights. Current Biology
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Karanovic, T. 2008 Marine Interstitial Poecilostomatoida and Cyclopoida (Copepoda) of Australia. Crustaceana Monograph, Brill, Leiden
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Gaugler, M.S. 2002 Marine interstitial tardigrades and other meiofauna of Huntington Beach, South Carolina. M.S. Thesis, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, Tennessee, U.S.A.
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Lewis, P.A., C.L. Hewitt, M. Riddle & A. McMinn 2003 Marine introductions in the Southern Ocean: an unrecognised hazard to biodiversity. Marine Pollution Bulletin
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Ruiz, G.M., P.W. Fofonoff, B. Steves, S.F. Foss & S.N. Shiba 2011 Marine invasion history and vector analysis of California: a hotspot for western North America. Diversity and Distributions
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Voultsiadou, E. & D. Vafidis 2007 Marine invertebrate diversity in Aristotle’s zoology. Contributions to Zoology
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Dahms, H.U., L.C. Tseng & J.S.Hwang 2014 Marine invertebrate larval distribution at the hydrothermal vent site of Gueishandao. Journal Of Marine Science And Technology-Taiwan
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McIntosh, W.C. 1875 Marine invertebrates and fishes of St. Andrews. Edinburgh & London
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Ferber, L., ed. 1977 Marine Invertebrates collections from the Red Sea, the Eastern Mediterranean and Suez Canal and bibliography of the Hebrew University- Smithsonian Institution Joint program (1967-1972). Biota of the Red Sea and the Eastern Mediterranean
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O'Clair, C.E. 1977 Marine invertebrates in rocky intertidal communities. In: The environment of Amchitka Island, Alaska. Technical Information Center, Energy Research and Development Administration.
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Kozloff, E.N., ed. 1987 Marine Invertebrates of the Pacific Northwest. University of Washington Press, Seattle and London
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Spaul, E.A. 1956 Marine invertebrates. In: Walsh, G.B. & F.C. Rimington (eds.). The Natural History of the Scarborough District
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Mather, J. 2014 Marine invertebrates: communities at risk. Biology – Basel
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Bell, S.S. & G.R.F. Hicks 1991 Marine landscapes and faunal recruitment: a field test with seagrasses and copepods. Marine Ecology Progress Series
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Perry, R.I. & S. McKinnell (eds.) 2007 Marine Life in the North Pacific: The Known, Unknown, and Unknowable. PICES Special Publication
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Calliari, D., D. Defeo, G. Cervetto, M. Gómez, L. Giménez, F. Scarabino, A. Brazeiro & W. Norbis 2003 Marine life of Uruguay: critical update and priorities for future research. Gayana, Concepción
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Anonymous 1970 Marine life. South Atlantic Ocean. Marine Observer
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Douwe, C. van 1929 Marine Litoral-Copepoden: Zur Verbreitung des Genus Laophonte Philippi im Mittelmeer. Zoologischer Anzeiger
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Osovitz, C.J. & G.E. Hofmann 2007 Marine macrophysiology: Studying physiological variation across large spatial scales in marine systems. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology - Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology
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Overstreet, R.M. 1978 Marine maladies? Worms, germs, and other symbionts from the northern Gulf of Mexico. Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium #78-021
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Liu, X.S., W.Z. Xu, S.G. Cheung & P.K. Shin 2011 Marine meiobenthic and nematode community structure in Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong upon recovery from sewage pollution. Marine Pollution Bulletin
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Menelo, C.HH., A.A. Alvir, T.R. Lawrence, A.A. Acuesta, T. Mikko, V.C.V. Nino, A.G. Enrique, M.L. Jarryn & P.V. Margie 2013 Marine meiofauna in Songculan Lagoon, Songculan, Dauis, Bohol Philippines. Research Journal of Biological Sciences
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Volume: 9(1-2):73-110, pls. 1-2, tab.
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Sabaneev, P. 1937 Materiali do vivchennya zooplanktonu r. Dnipra. 1. Zooplankton r. Dnipra raionu m. Kieva. Zur Kenntnis des Dnjepr-Zooplanktons. 1. Das Zooplankton des Dnjeprs im Kiewer Gebiet. Trudy hidrobiol. Sta. Kyyiv
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