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Ratzlaff, W. 1952 The limnology of some roadside ditches in Chase and Lyon Counties, Kansas. The Emporia State Research Studies
Volume: 1(1):5-32.
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Jana, B.B. & H.L. Sarkar 1971 The limnology of 'Swetganga' - a thermal spring of Bakreswar, West Bengal, India. Hydrobiologia, The Hague
Volume: 37(1):33-47. (18.ii.1971)
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O'Brien, W.J., M. Bahr, A.E. Hershey, J.E. Hobbie, G.W. Kipphut, G.W. Kling, H. Kling, M. McDonald, M.C. Miller, P. Rublee & J.R. Vestal 1997 The limnology of Toolik Lake. In: Milner, A.M. & M.W. Oswood (eds.). Freshwaters of Alaska: Ecological Syntheses. Springer, Berlin. 369 pp.
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Löffler, H. 1964 The limnology of tropical high-mountain lakes. Verhandlungen der Internationale Vereinigung für Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie
Volume: 15:176-193, figs. 1-7, tabs. 1-2. (ii-1964)
 
Ganapati, S.V. 1956 The limnology of two minor irrigation reservoirs near Madras: I. The Errakuppam reservoir. Hydrobiologia
Volume: 8(3-4):365-380, tabs. 1-4. (30-xii-1956)
 
Stockner, J.G., A.R. Langston & G.A. Wilson 2001 The limnology of Williston Reservoir. Peace/Williston Fish & Wildlife Compensation Program, Prince George, British Columbia. PWFWCP Report
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Stout, V.M. 1975 The limnology. In: Kuschel, G. (ed.). Biogeography and ecology in New Zealand. Monographiae Biologicae
Volume: 27:405-458, figs. 1-10, tabs. 1-11.
 
Sargent, J.R. & S. Falk-Petersen 1988 The lipid biochemistry of calanoid copepods. In: Boxshall, G.A. & H.K. Schminke (eds.). Biology of Copepods. Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Copepoda. Dev. Hydrobiol., Kluwer Academic Publishers. Dordrecht, Boston, London.
Volume: 47 (= Hydrobiologia, 167-168):101-104, fig. 1, tabs. 1-4.
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Hagen, W., G. Kattner & C. Friedrich 2000 The lipid compositions of high-Antarctic notothenioid fish species with different life strategies. Polar Biology
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Clarke, A. 1984 The lipid content and composition of some Antarctic macrozooplankton. Bulletin of the British Antarctic Survey
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Phleger, C.F., P.D. Nichols & P. Virtue 1997 The lipid, fatty acid and fatty alcohol composition of the myctophid fish Electrona antarctica: High level of wax esters and food-chain implications. Antarctic Science
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Tian, J.Y. & X. Gao 2001 The list of freshwater zooplankton in the Yellow River Delta. Transactions of Oceanology and Limnology
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Wells, J.B.J. 1967 The littoral Copepoda (Crustacea) of Inhaca Island, Mozambique. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
Volume: 67(7):189-358, figs. 1-78, tabs. 1-8.
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Roe, K.M. 1958 The littoral harpacticids of the Dalkey (Co. Dublin) area with descriptions of six new species. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy
Volume: (B)59(12):221-255, figs. 1-150. (xii-1958)
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Tundisi, J.G. & T. Matsumura-Tundisi 1995 The Lobo-Broa Ecosystem research. In: Tundisi, J.G., C.E.M. Bicudo & T. Matsumura-Tundisi (eds.). Limnology in Brazil. ABC/SBL, Rio de Janeiro
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Hakanson, J.L. 1985 The long and short term feeding condition in field-caught Calanus pacificus, as determined from the lipid content : relationship with phytoplankton pigments in the California current. Doctoral Thesis, University of Göteborg, Göteborg, Sweden.
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Hakanson, J.L. 1984 The long and short term feeding conditions in field-caught Calanus pacificus, as determined from the lipid content. Limnology and Oceanography
Volume: 29(4):794-804, figs. 1-4, tabs. 1-3. (vii-1984)
 
Moraitou-Apostolopoulou, M. & G. Verriopoulos 1981 The longevity of three generations of normal and pollution-impacted Acartia clausi (Copepoda) populations in the Saronicos Gulf (Greece). Hydrobiologia
Volume: 77(1):7-15, figs. 1-4, tab. 1. (30-i-1981)
 
Kim, H.W. & G.J. Joo 2000 The longitudinal distribution and community dynamics of zooplankton in a regulated large river: A case study of the Nakdong River (Korea). Hydrobiologia
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Velho, L.F.M., F.A. Lansac-Tôha, C.C. Bonecker & D.C. Rossa 1999 The longitudinal distribution of copepods in Corumbá reservoir, State of Goiás, Brazil. In: World Association of Copepodologists: Seventh International Conference on Copepoda, Curitiba, 25-31 July 1999; Program and Abstracts
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Street, G.T. 1996 The loss of genetic diversity in Harpacticoid copepods as a result of contamination exposure. Dissertation Abstracts International, B, Sciences and Engineering
Volume: 58(1):90. (127pp.) Abstract
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Pierson, J.J., B.W. Frost & A.W. Leising 2007 The lost generation of Calanus pacificus: Is the diatom effect responsible? Limnology and Oceanography
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Kaji, T., B.A. Venmathi Maran, Y. Kondoh, S. Ohtuska, G.A. Boxshall & A. Tsukagoshi 2012 The lunule of caligid copepods: an evolutionarily novel structure. Evolution & Development
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Schram, T.A. 1991 The mackerel (Scomber scombrus L.), a new host for the parasitic copepod Peniculus sp. (Pennellidae). Sarsia, Bergen
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Nalepa, T.F. & M.A. Quigley 1980 The macro- and meiobenthos of southeastern Lake Michigan near the mouth of the Grand River, 1976-77. National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration Data Report ERL GLERL-17
Volume: :12 pp. & microfiches.
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Nalepa, T.F. & M.A. Quigley 1981 The macro- and meiobenthos of southeastern Lake Michigan near the mouth of the Grand River, 1978-79. National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration Data Report ERL GLERL-19
Volume: 7pp. + microfiches.
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Hagerman, L. 1966 The macro- and microfauna associated with Fucus serratus L., with some ecological remarks. Ophelia
Volume: 3:1-43, figs. 1-9, tabs. 1-3. (xii-1966)
 
Gretler, T. & W. Ostendorp 1997 The macrobenthos fauna on artificial substrates used in shore protection works at Lake Constance (SW-Germany). Carolinea, Karlsrühe
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Walker, I. 2007 The macrofauna associated with Eichhornia crassipes roots during the phase of declining eutrophication in the Balbina Reservoir (Presidente Figueiredo, Amazonas, Brasil). Acta Limnologica Brasiliensia
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Wood, P.J 1999 The macroinvertebrate communities of Peak and Speedwell Cavern, Derbyshire. Bulletin of the British Ecological Society
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Lenat, D.R. 1987 The macroinvertebrate fauna of the Little River, North Carolina: Taxa list and seasonal trends. Archiv für Hydrobiologie
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Wilson, C.B. 1960 The macroplankton of Lake Erie. In: Fish, C.J. and associates (eds.). Limnological Survey of Eastern and Central Lake Erie, 1928-29. United States Fish and Wildlife Service Special Scientific Report - Fisheries
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Wilson, C.B. 1929 The macroplankton of Lake Erie. Bulletin of the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences
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Wilson, C.B. 1929 The macroplankton of Lake Erie. [Preliminary Report]. Conservation Department of the State of New York, Supplement to 18th Annual Report
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Bamstedt, U. 1988 The macrozooplankton community of Kosterfjorden, western Sweden. Abundance, biomass and preliminary data on the life cycles of dominant species. Sarsia
Volume: 73(2):107-124, figs. 1-11, tabs. 1-2. (20.vi.1988)
 
Salakhutdinov, A.N. 1986 The main factors that govern the development of winter zooplankton in lakes. In: Problems of Modern Biology, Proceedings of the 1917 Scientific Conference. Young Scientists Biological Faculty, Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia. Dep. at VINITI 09.15.1986, No. 6662. B86.
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Saint Aubrey, S.N.D. 1969 The maintenance and transportation of marine intertidal and planktonic animals for laboratory use. Sch. Sci. Rev.
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Ho, J.S. 2000 The major problem of cage aquaculture in Asia relating to sea lice. In: Liao, I.C. & C.K. Lin (eds.). Cage Aquaculture in Asia. Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Cage Aquaculture in Asia, November 2-6, 1999, Tungkang Marine Laboratory, Taiwan Fisheries Research Institute, Tungkang, Pingtung, Taiwan.
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Gubanova, O.E. & V.R. Dubina 1986 The mako shark in the Indian Ocean. Rybnoe Khozyaistvo, Moscow
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Lai, H.C. & C.H. Fernando 1979 The Malaysian Tropodiaptomus (Copepoda: Calanoida) and its distribution. Hydrobiologia
Volume: 65(1):75-81, figs. 1-29. (16-vii-1979)
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Hopkins, C.C.E. 1978 The male genital system, and spermatophore production and function in Euchaeta norvegica Boeck (Copepoda: Calanoida). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology
Volume: 35(3):197-231, figs. 1-12, tabs. 1-2. (xii-1978)
 
Suárez-Morales, E. 2000 The male of Cymbasoma quintanarooense (Suárez-Morales) (Copepoda, Monstrilloida) from the Caribbean with an identification key for the known males of Cymasoma. Sarsia, Bergen
Volume: 85(3):345-355. (29.ix.2000)
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Belcik, F.P. 1981 The male of Ismaila monstrosa Bergh, 1867 (Copepoda, Splanchnotrophidae). Crustaceana (Leiden)
Volume: 40(1):16-25, figs. 1-10. (11-ii-1981, German summary).
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Avenant-Oldewage, A. & J.H. Swanepoel 1993 The male reproductive system and mechanism of sperm transfer in Argulus japonicus (Crustacea: Branchiura). Journal of Morphology
Volume: 215(1):51-63.
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Andronov, V.N. 1995 The males of Mesaiokeras marocanus sp. n. and M. mikhailini sp.n. (Crustacea, Copepoda, Calanoida, Mesaiokeratidae) from the eastern Atlantic. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal
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Packard, A.S., Jr. 1871 The Mammoth Cave and its inhabitants. On the Crustacea and insects. American Naturalist
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Buchanan, J.S. 1992 The management of environmental risk: a case study based on the use of dichlorvos to control sea-lice infestatons on farmed Atlantic salmon. In: Michel, C. & D.J. Alderman (eds.). Chemotherapy in Aquaculture: from theory to reality. Symposium 12-15 March 1991, Office International des Epizooties, Paris
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Por, F.D., M.S. Almeida Prado-Por & E.C. Oliveira 1984 The mangal of the esturay and lagoon system of Cananeia (Brazil). In: Por, F.D. & I. Dor (eds.). Hydrobiology of the Mangal. The ecosystem of the mangrove forests. Dr. W. Junk Publishers, The Hague
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Leentvaar, P. 1993 The man-made Lake Brokopondo. In: Ouboter, P.E. (ed.). The Freshwater Ecosystems of Suriname. Monographiae Biologicae
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Henriksen, K.L. 1932 The manner of moulting in Arthropoda. Notul. ent.
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Vandepitte, L., J. Vanaverbeke, B. Vanhoorne, F. Hernandez, T.N. Bezerra, J. Mees & E. Vanden Berghe 2009 The MANUELA database: an integrated database on meiobenthos from European marine waters. Meiofauna Marina
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Hamond, R. 1973 The marine and brackish-water copepods of Norfolk: Calanoida, Misophrioida, Cyclopoida, Monstrilloida, Notodelphyoida and incertae sedis. Cahiers de Biologie Marine
Volume: 14:335-360, figs. 1-3.
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Vibe, C. 1950 The marine animals and the marine fauna of the Thule district (northwest Greenland), with observations on ice conditions in 1939-41. Meddelelser om GrNnland
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Anonymous 1904 The Marine Biological Station at Port Erin, being the seventeenth annual report of the Liverpool Marine Biology Committee. Proceedings and Transactions of the Liverpool Biological Society
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Möllmann, C., G. Kornilovs, M. Fetter, F.W. Köster & H.H. Hinrichsen 2003 The marine copepod, Pseudocalanus elongatus, as a mediator between climate variability and fisheries in the Central Baltic Sea. Fisheries Oceanography
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Shen, C.J. & S.O. Bai 1956 The marine Copepoda from the spawning ground of Pneumatophorus japonicus (Houttuyn) off Chefoo, China. Acta Zoologica Sinica
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Hop, H., T. Pearson, E.N. Hegseth, K.M. Kovacs, C. Wiencke, S. Kwasniewski, K. Eiane, F. Mehlum, B. Gulliksen, M. Wlodarska-Kowalezuk, C. Lydersen, J.M. Weslawski, S. Cochrane, G.W. Gabrielsen, R.J.G. Leakey, O.J. Lonne, M. Zajaczkowski, S. Falk-Petersen, M. Kendall, S.A. Wangberg, K. Bischof, A.Y. Voronkov, N.A. Kovaltchouk, J. Wiktor, M. Poltermann, G. di Prisco, C. Papucci & S. Gerland 2002 The marine ecosystem of Kongsfjorden, Svalbard. Polar Research
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Haahtela, I. 1974 The marine element in the fauna of the Bothnian Bay. Hydrobiological Bulletin, Amsterdam
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Gauld, D.T., T.B. Bagenal & J.H. Connell 1953 The marine fauna and flora of St. Kilda, 1952. Scottish Naturalist
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Moore, J.E.S. 1898 The marine fauna of Lake Tanganyika and the advisability of further exploration in the Great African Lakes. Nature, London
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Micaleff, H. & F. Evans 1968 The marine fauna of Malta. Malta
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Bradford-Grieve, J.M. 1994 The marine fauna of New Zealand: Pelagic calanoid Copepoda, Megacalaniidae, Calanidae, Paracalanidae, Mecynoceridae, Eucalanidae, Spinocalanidae, Clausocalanidae. New Zealand Oceanographic Institute Memoir, NIWA, Wellington
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Bradford-Grieve, J.M. 1999 The Marine Fauna of New Zealand: Pelagic Calanoid Copepoda: Bathypontiidae, Arietellidae, Augaptilidae, Heterorhabdidae, Lucicutiidae, Metrodinidae, Phyllopodidae, Centropagidae, Pseudodiaptomidae, Temoridae, Candaciidae, Pontellidae, Sulcanidae, Acartiidae, Tortanidae. National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA) Biodiversity Memoir, Wellington
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Raymont, J.E.G. 1964 The marine fauna of Southampton Water. In: Monkhouse, F.J. (ed.). A survey of Southampton and its region: British Association for the Advancement of Science.
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Hayward, P.J. & J.S. Ryland 1990 The Marine Fauna of the British Isles and North-West Europe, 1. Introduction and Protozoans to Arthropods. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
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Evans, F. 1985 The marine fauna of the Cullercoats district. 16. Zooplankton. Report of the Dove Marine Laboratory
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Bossanyi, J. & H.O. Bull 1971 The marine fauna of the Cullercoats District. 5. Arthropoda. 3c. Crustacea: Copepoda. Report of the Dove Marine Laboratory, University of Newcastle upon Tyne
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Newell, G.E. 1954 The marine fauna of Whitstable. Annals and Magazine of Natural History
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MacDonald, R. 1951 The marine fauna. Part III. Arthropoda and plankton. In: MacDonald, R. & N. Fisher McMillan (eds.). The natural history of Lough Foyle, North Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy
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Scott, T. 1897 The marine fishes and invertebrates of Loch Fyne. Report of the Fishery Board for Scotland
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Wells, J.B.J. 1970 The marine flora and fauna of the Isles of Scilly. Crustacea: Copepoda: Harpacticoida. Journal of Natural History, London
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Treasurer, J.W. & A. Grant 1998 The Marine Harvest McConnell surveillance system for sea lice infesting farmed Atlantic salmon. Caligus, Dublin
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Rao, G. Chandrasekhara 1970 The marine interstitial fauna inhabiting the beach sands of Orissa coast. Journal of the Zoological Society of India
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Serventy, D.L. 1959 The marine invertebrate fauna. Scott Head Island. Reprint.
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Brady, G.S. 1900 The marine microfauna as a source of food supply. Rep. scient. Invest. Northumb. Sea Fish. Comm.
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Mohr, J.L., D.L. Reish, J.L. Barnard, R.W. Lewis & S.R. Geiger 1961 The marine nature of Nuwuk Lake and small ponds of the peninsula of Point Barrow, Alaska. Arctic
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George, P.C. 1953 The marine plankton of the coastal waters of Calicut with observations on the hydrological conditions. Journal of the Zoological Society of India
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Dakin, W.J. & A.N. Colefax 1933 The marine plankton of the coastal waters of New South Wales. I. The chief planktonic forms and their seasonal distribution. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales
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Johnstone, J., A. Scott & H.C. Chadwick 1924 The marine plankton with special reference to investigations made at Port Erin, Isle of Man, during 1907-1914. A handbook for students and amateur workers. London
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Moore, P.G. & J.A. Gibson 2007 The Marine Station at Millport: laying the permanent foundations (1896). The Linnean
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Herdman, W.A. 1896 The marine zoology, botany, and geology of the Irish Sea - Fourth and final report of the Committee. Reports of the British Association for the Advancement of Science
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Wailes, G.H. 1929 The marine zooplankton of British Columbia. (Study from the Stations of the Biological Board of Canada). Museum and Art Notes, Vancouver City Museum
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Chen, Q.C. 1980 The marine zooplankton of Hongkong. In: Morton, B.S. & C.K. Tseng (eds.). Proceedings of the First International Marine Biological Workshop: the marine flora and fauna of Hongkong and southern China, Hongkong
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Fortier, L., D. Ponton & M. Gilbert 1995 The match/mismatch hypothesis and the feeding success of fish larvae in ice-covered southeastern Hudson Bay. Marine Ecology Progress Series
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Berger, I. & G. Maier 2001 The mating and reproductive biology of the freshwater planktonic calanoid copepod Eudiaptomus gracilis. Freshwater Biology
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Rossi, O., A. Moront & E. Siri 1984 The measurement of niche overlap in eight carnivorous species of lake-dwelling zooplankton. Journal of Biogeography
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Owens, T.G. & F.D. King 1975 The measurement of respiratory electron-transport system activity in marine zooplankton. Marine Biology, Berlin
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Bradley, B.P. 1976 The measurement of temperature tolerance: verification of an index. Limnology and Oceanography
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Lasserre, P. 1984 The measurement of the enthalpy of metabolism in marine organisms. NATO Conference Series, IV, Marine Sciences
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McLeay, L. & C.G. Alexander 1998 The mechanism of active capture of animal food by the sergestid shrimp Acetes sibogae australis. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom
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Jasprica, N., M. Caric, J. Bolotin & M. Rudenjak-Lukenda 1997 The Mediterranean mussel (Mytilus galloprovincialis Lmk.) growth rate response to phytoplankton and microzooplankton population densities in the Mali Ston Bay (southern Adriatic). Periodicum Biologorum
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Tsujino, M., G. Yoshida & T. Uchida 2002 The meiobenthic community on the tidal flat of Miyajima in Hiroshima Bay, with special reference to the biomass of free-living nematodes. Bulletin of Fisheries Research Agency
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Warwick, R.M. & N. Villano 2000 The meiobenthic component of the Palude della Rosa, Lagoon of Venice. Man and the Biosphere Series
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Kristensen, R.M. 1992 The meiobenthic fauna of Faroe Bank. Arbok Nordurlandahusid i F Royum
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Soetaert, K., C. Heip & M. Vincx 1991 The meiobenthos along a Mediterranean deep-sea transect off Calvi (Corsica) and in an adjacent canyon. Marine Ecology
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Pavlyuk, O.N., J.A. Trebukhova & E.N. Chernova 2005 The meiobenthos in the area of Japanese Scallop cultivation in Minonosok Bay (Peter the Great Bay, Sea of Japan). Russian Journal of Marine Biology
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Vanhove, S., M. Vincx, D. Van Gansbeke, W. Gijselinck & D. Schram 1992 The meiobenthos of five mangrove vegetation types in Gazi Bay, Kenya. Hydrobiologia
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Marcotte, B.M. 1980 The meiobenthos of fjords: a review and prospectus. In: Freeland, H.J., D.M. Farmer & C.D. Levings (eds.). Fjord Oceanography. NATO Conference Series, Marine sciences, Plenum Press, New York and London, 715pp.
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Martínez Arbizu, P., J. Vanaverbecke, H.K. Schminke & H.U. Dahms 1998 The meiobenthos of the Arctic Laptev Sea. Berichte zur Polarforschung, Bremerhaven
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Galtsova, V.V., T.G. Lukina & M.V. Vladimirov 1994 The meiobenthos of the Chaun Bay of the east Siberian Sea. Issledovaniya Fauny Morei (Explorations of the Fauna of the Seas), Leningrad
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Soltwedel, T., M. Miljutina, V. Mokievsky, D. Thistle & K. Vopel 2003 The meiobenthos of the Molloy Deep (5600 m), Fram Strait, Arctic Ocean. Vie et Milieu
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Huys, R., P.M.J. Herman, C.H.R. Heip & K. Soetaert 1992 The meiobenthos of the North sea: density, biomass trends and distribution of copepod communities. ICES (International Council for the Exploration of the Sea) Journal of Marine Science
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Rao, G. Chandrasekhara & A. Misra 1986 The meiofauna and macrofauna of Digha Beach, West Bengal, India. Records of the Zoological Survey of India
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Wieser, W. 1975 The meiofauna as a tool in the study of habitat heterogeneity: ecophysiological aspects. A review. Cahiers de Biologie Marine
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Curvêlo, R.R. & T.N. Corbisier 2000 The meiofauna asssociated w ith Sargassum cymosum at Lazaro Beach, Ubatuba, Sao Paulo. Revista Brasileira de Oceanografia
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Xuan Q.N., N. Smol A. Vanreusel 2013 The meiofauna distribution in correlation with environmental characteristics in 5 Mekong estuaries, Vietnam. Cahiers De Biologie Marine
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Jarvis, S.C. & R. Seed 1996 The meiofauna of Ascophyllum nodosum (L.) Le Jolis: Characterization of the assemblages associated with two common epiphytes. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology
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McIntyre, A.D. & D.J. Murison 1973 The meiofauna of a flatfish nursery ground. Journal of the Biological Association of the United Kingdom
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Witte, J.Ij. & J.J. Zijlstra 1984 The meiofauna of a tidal flat in the western part of the Wadden Sea and its role in the benthic ecosystem. Marine Ecology Progress Series
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Castel, J. 1992 The meiofauna of coastal lagoon ecosystems and their importance in the food web. Vie et Milieu
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Bouwman, L.A. 1981 The meiofauna of the Ems estuary. In: Dankers, N., H. Kühl & W.J. Wolff (eds.). Invertebrates of the Wadden Sea. Final Report of the section 'Marine Zoology' of the Wadden Sea Working Group, Report of the Wadden Sea Working Group, 4. Stichting Veth tot Steun aan Waddenzeeonderzoek, Leiden.
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