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David, P.M. 1963 The photography of live oceanic plankton animals. International Photo Technik
Volume: 1:40-42.
Martínez Arbizu, P. & S. Seifried 1996 The phylogenetic position of Arctomisophria bathylaptevensis gen. et sp. n. (Crustacea: Copepoda) a new misophrioid from hyperbenthic deep-sea waters in the Laptev Sea (Arctic Ocean). Sarsia, Bergen
Volume: 81:285-295.
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Martínez Arbizu, P. & G. Moura 1994 The phylogenetic position of the Cylindropsyllinae Sars (Copepoda, Harpacticoida) and the systematic status of the Leptopontiinae Lang. Zoologische Beiträge, Neue Folge
Volume: 35(1):55-77.
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Luan, Y., J.M. Mallatt, R. Xie, Y. Yang & W. Yin 2005 The phylogenetic positions of three basal hexapod groups (Protura, Diplura & Collembola) based on ribosomal RNA gene sequences. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Volume: 22:1579-1592.
Riley, J., A.A. Banaja & J.L. James 1978 The phylogenetic relationships of the Pentastomida: the case for their inclusion within the Crustacea. International Journal for Parasitology
Volume: 8(4):245-254.
Itô, Tatsunori 1986 The phylogeny and origin of Copepoda. Faculty of Science, Kyoto University
Volume: 31 pp. [Research grant 58540482 report, in Japanese].
Hancock, B. 2008 The physical and biological factors affecting meiofauna in the Jubilee River, U.K. Ph.D. Thesis, Roehampton University, London, U.K.
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Henson, E.B., A.S. Bradshaw & D.C. Chandler 1961 The physical limnology of Cayuga Lake, New York. Mem. Cornell Univ. Agric. Exp. Station
Volume: No. 378:1-63.
Hamner, W.M., R.W. Gilmer & P.P. Hamner 1982 The physical, chemical, and biological characteristics of a stratified, saline, sulfide lake in Palau. Limnology and Oceanography
Volume: 27(5):896-909.
Singhal, R.N., S. Jeet & R.W. Davies 1986 The physico-chemical environment and the plankton of managed ponds in Haryana, India. Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences, Animal Sciences
Volume: 95(3):353-363, tabs. 1-5.
Anago, I.J., I.K. Esenowo & A.A.A. Ugwumba 2013 The physico-chemistry and plankton diversity of Awba Reservoir University of Ibadan, Ibadan Nigeria. Research Journal of Environment and Earth Sciences
Volume: 5(11):638-644. Nov 20 2013
Ko, A.R, S.J.. Ju & C.R. Lee 2009 The physiological and ecological comparisons between warm (Pleuromamma sp.) and cold water copepod species (Neocalanus plumchrus) in the northwestern Pacific Ocean using lipid contents and compositions. Ocean and Polar Research
Volume: 31(1):121-131. Korean
Bjorn, P.A. 2002 The physiological and ecological effects of salmon lice, Lepeophtheirus salmonis Kroyer, infection on anadromus salmonids. Dr.Scient. Thesis, Norges Fiskerihogskole - The Norwegian College of Fishery Science, University of Tromso, Tromso, Norway.
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Dawson, L.H.J. 1998 The physiological effects of salmon lice (Lepeophtheirus salmonis) infections on returning post-smolt sea trout (Salmo trutta L.) in western Ireland, 1996). ICES (International Council for the Exploration of the Sea) Journal of Marine Science
Volume: 55(2):193-200. (iv.1998)
Grimnes, A.F. & P.J. Jakobsen 1996 The physiological effects of salmon lice infection on post-smolt of Atlantic salmon. Journal of Fish Biology
Volume: 48(6):1179-1194.
Bjorn, P.A. & B. Finstad 1997 The physiological effects of salmon lice infection on sea trout post smolts. Nordic Journal of Freshwater Research
Volume: 73:60-72.
Bowers, J.M. 2002 The physiological response of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) to sea lice (Lepeophtheirus salmonis) infection and the effects of hydrogen peroxide treatment. M.Sc. Thesis, University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada.
Volume: 102 pp.
Bowers, J.M., A. Mustafa, D.J. Speare, G.A. Conboy, M. Brimacombe, D.E. Sims & J.F. Burka 2000 The physiological response of Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., to a single experimental challenge with sea lice, Lepeophtheirus salmonis. Journal of Fish Diseases
Volume: 23(3):165-172.
Waterman, T.H., ed. 1960 The Physiology of Crustacea. Vol. 1, Metabolism and growth. Vol. 2, Sense organs, integration, and behaviour.
Volume: 1960:1-670, 1961:1-681.
Watson, N.H.F. & B.N. Smallman 1971 The physiology of diapause in Diacyclops navus Herrick (Crustacea, Copepoda). Canadian Journal of Zoology
Volume: 49(11):1449-1454, fig. 1 on pl. 1, figs. 2-3, tabs. 1-3. (xi-1971).
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Hasler, A.D. 1937 The physiology of digestion in plankton Crustacea. II. Further studies on the digestive enzymes of (A) Daphnia and Polyphemus; (B) Diaptomus and Calanus. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 72(3):290-298. (vi-1937)
Hasler, A.D. 1935 The physiology of digestion of plankton Crustacea. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 68(2):207-214. (iv-1935)
Arme, C. & M. Walkey 1970 The physiology of fish parasites. In: Taylor, A.E.R. & R. Muller (eds.). Aspects of Fish Parasitology. Symposia of the British Society of Parasitology
Volume: 8:79-101, tab. 1.
Sarma, A.L.N. 1977 The phytal fauna of Sargassum off Visakhapatnam coast. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of India
Volume: 16(3):741-755, figs. 1-10, tab. 1. (xii-1977)
Kilinc, S. 2003 The phytoplankton community of Yenicaga Lake (Bolu, Turkey). Nova Hedwigia
Volume: 76(3-4): 429-442.
Marasovic, I. & D. Regner 1979 The phytoplankton-zooplankton relationship in the central Adriatic. Rapports et Procès-Verbaux des Réunions de la Commission Internationale pour l'Exploration Scientifique de la Mer Mediterranée, Monaco
Volume: 25-26(8): 85-86. (20-xii-1979).
Kurasawa, H. 1957 The phytoplankton-zooplankton relationships in two paddy fields in central japan. Journal of the Faculty of Science, Hokkaido University, Series 6, Zoology
Volume: 13:180-186.
Herring, P.J. 1967 The pigment of plankton at the sea surface. In: Marshall, N.B. (ed.). Aspects of marine zoology. Symposia of the Zoological Society of London
Volume: 19:215-235, figs. 1-7.
Eschmeyer, P.H. & R.M. Bailey 1955 The pigmy white fish, Coregonus coulteri, in Lake Superior. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society
Volume: 84:161-199, figs. 1-5, tabs. 1-20.
Kollmer, W.E. 1962 The pilchard of South West Africa (Sardinops ocellata Pappé). Notes on zooplankton and phytoplankton collections made off Walvis Bay. Investigational Report, Marine Research Laboratory, Administration of South West Africa
Volume: 8:1-78.
Krishnamurthy, K. & M.M.J.P. Jeyaseelan 1983 The Pitchavaram (India) mangrove ecosystem. International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences
Volume: 9(2):79-85.
Thompson, I.C. 1902 The place of the Copepoda in nature. Yn Lioar Manninagh. Isle of Man Natural History and Antiquarian Society
Volume: 3:621-624, pl.1, figs.1-6.
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Gohar, H.A.F. 1954 The place of the Red Sea between the Indian Ocean and the Mediterranean. Istanbul Universitesi Fen Fakultesi Hidrobiologi
Volume: (B)2(2-3):47-82, map 1. (x-1954)
Rokicki, J. 1990 The plan of Sphyrion lumpi spreading map. In: Reimer, L.W. (ed.). Proceedings of the workshop on 'Sphyrion lumpi.' Lähnwitz, Germany, 3-5 October 1989
Volume: :23-26.
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Khelifi-Touhami, M., R. Semroud, E.H. Hamdi, M. Ounissi, A. Haridi, M.N. Daly & P. Aissa 2007 The planctonic copepod communities from the southern Mediterranean Sea (Algeria, Tunisia) with a redescription of Paracalanus indicus Wolfenden 1905 (Copepoda: Calanoida). Cahiers de Biologie Marine
Volume: 48(4):327-338.
Wright, D.I. 1981 The planktivorous feeding behavior of white crappie (Pomoxis annularis): Field testing a mechanistic model. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, U.S.A.
Volume: 150 pp.
Emmanuel, B.E. & I.C. Onyema 2007 The plankton and fishes of a tropical creek in south-western Nigeria. Turkish Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
Volume: 7(2):105-114.
O'Connell, M.F. & A. Walsh 2007 The plankton and profundal benthic macroinvertebrates of Gander Lake, Newfoundland. Canadian Technical Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
Volume: 2688: i-iv, 1-110.
Mizuno, T. 1957 The plankton and the environmental conditions of the freshwater ponds on the coast of the Inland Sea. Japanese Journal of Limnology
Volume: 19:72-76. [In Japanese.]
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Linko, A.K. 1912 The plankton at Murman coast in relation to the fisheries in 1903-05. Wiss. Prakt. Murman Exped., Ber. Tätigkeit, 1905.
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Linko, A.K. 1915 The plankton at Murman in relation to the fisheries in 1906. L'expédition scientifique, Resumé des resultats.
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Zinevici, V., D. Ionică, L. Parpală, C. Sandu & N. Nicolescu 2003 The plankton biomass and productivity in Danube Delta lakes being in ecological succession. Revue Roumaine de Biologie, Série Biologie Animale, Bucharest
Volume: 48(1-2):31-36.
Dakin, W.J. 1934 The plankton calendar of the continental shelf of the Pacific coast of Australia at Sydney, compared with that of the Irish Sea. James Johnstone Memorial Volume, Lancashire Sea Fishery Laboratory
Volume: :164-175.
Mallin, M.A. 1984 The plankton community of an acid blackwater South Carolina power plant impoundment. Hydrobiologia
Volume: 112(3):167-177.
Sabo, E., D. Roy, P.B. Hamilton, P.E. Hehanussa, R. McNeely & G.D. Haffner 2008 The plankton community of Lake Matano: factors regulating plankton composition and relative abundance in an ancient, tropical lake of Indonesia. Hydrobiologia
Volume: 615:225-235.
Sladecek, V. & A. Sladecekova 1962 The plankton community of the Hamry and Sec reservoirs after the spring overturn. Sb. vys. Sk. chem.-technol. Praze
Volume: 6: 389-405, figs. 1-4.
Gaard, E. 2001 The plankton community structure on the Faroe Shelf: Relationship to environmental conditions, trophic interactions and comparison with offshore environment. Ph.D. Thesis, Norwegian College of Fisheries Science, University of Tromsø, Tromsø, Norway
Volume: 65 pp. + 9 accompanying papers.
Akbulut, N.E. & A. Akbulut 2002 The plankton composition of Lake Mogan in Central Anatolia. Zoology in the Middle East
Volume: 27: 107-116
Akbulut, A. & N.E. Akbulut 2002 The plankton composition of lake Mogan in Central Anatolia. Zoology in the Middle East
Volume: 27:107-116.
Shen, C.J. & A.Y. Tai 1961 The plankton crustaceans on the Shui-Fong reservoir on the Ya-Lu River, the boundary between China and Korea. Acta Zoologica Sinica
Volume: 13(1-4):135-153, figs. 1-5. (xii-1961, Chinese with English summary).
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Tsuruta, A. 1962 The plankton distribution in the northeast waters of the Bering Sea during the early summer in 1961. Journal of the Shimonoseki College of Fisheries
Volume: 11:577-586, figs. 1-3, tabs. 1-3. (Japanese with English summary.)
Jana, B.B. 1978 The plankton ecology of some thermal springs in West Bengal, India. Hydrobiologia, The Hague
Volume: 61(2):135-142, figs. 1-4, tab. 1. (27-x-1978)
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Sandstrom, O. 1982 The plankton fauna of the Gulf of Bothnia. In: Müller, K. (ed.). Coastal Research in the Gulf of Bothnia. Monographiae Biologicae
Volume: 45:173-196, figs. 1-3, tabs. 1-3.
Neumann-Leitão, S., F.A.N. Feitosa, E. Mayal, R. Schwamborn, M.G.G. Silva-Cunha, T.A. Silva, N.F. Melo & F.F. Porto Neto 2009 The plankton from Maracajaú reef ecosystem (Brazil) – offshore coral reefs under multiple human stressors. In: Brebbia, C.A. & E. Tiezzi (eds.). Proceedings, ECOSUD 2009 - Seventh International Conference on Ecosystems and Sustainable Development, Chianciano Terme, Italy, 8-10 July 2009. WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment (Online)
Volume: 122:173-182.
Huitfeldt-Kaas, H. 1946 The plankton in Mjosa. Nytt Magasin för Naturvidenskapene, Christiana/Oslo
Volume: 85: 161-222, figs. 1-28, tabs. 1-12. (18-xii-1946).
Grindley, J.R. 1970 The plankton in South African estuaries. In: Oceanography in South Africa. Symposium paper H 1, Durban
Volume: :1-16.
Williamson, D.I. 1956 The plankton in the Irish Sea, 1951 and 1952. Bulletin of Marine Ecology
Volume: 4(31):87-114, figs. 1-3, pls. 19-31. (iii-1956)
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Bainbridge, V., D.C.T. Forsyth & D.W. Canning 1978 The plankton in the northwestern North Sea, 1948 to 1974. Rapports et Procès-Verbaux des Réunions de la Commission Internationale pour l'Exploration Scientifique de la Mer Mediterranée, Monaco
Volume: 172:397-404, figs. 308-313, tabs. 165-166. (viii-1978).
Scott, A. 1924 The plankton in the spawning pond at Port Erin. In: Johnstone, J. (ed.). Report on the investigations carried on in 1923 in connection with the Lancashire Sea-Fisheries Laboratory at the University of Liverpool and the Sea-Fish Hatchery at Piel, near Barrow. Proceedings and Transactions of the Liverpool Biological Society
Volume: 38:103-114.
Rees, C.B. 1939 The plankton in the upper reaches of the Bristol Channel. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom
Volume: n. ser. 23:397-425, figs. 1-13.
Savage, R.E. 1926 The plankton of a herring ground. Fishery Investigations, London
Volume: (2)9(1):1-35, pl. 1, tabs. 1-3.
Laybourn-Parry, J., H.J. Marchant & P. Brown 1991 The plankton of a large oligotrophic freshwater Antarctic lake. Journal of Plankton Research
Volume: 13(6):1137-1150.
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Moscatello, S. & G. Belmonte 2007 The plankton of a shallow submarine cave (`Grotta di Ciolo', Salento Peninsula, SE Italy). Marine Ecology
Volume: 28(Supplement 1):47-59.
El-Maghraby, A.M. & Y. Halim 1959 The plankton of Alexandria waters in 1957. Le plancton de la mer d'Alexandrie en 1957. In: Preprints of the I. International Oceanography Congress
Volume: :317-318.
Wright, R.R. 1907 The plankton of eastern Nova Scotia waters. An account of the floating organisms upon which young food-fishes mainly subsist. Contributions to Canadian Biology and Fisheries
Volume: 1902-1905:1-19, pls. 1-7. (Also: Suppl. XXXIX. A. Rep. Dep. Mar. Fish., Fish. Branch, Can.).
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Kofoid, C.A. 1900 The plankton of Echo River, Mammoth Cave. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society
Volume: 21:113-126. (v-1900)
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Riley, E.A. 1967 The plankton of estuaries. In: Lauff, G.H. (ed.). Estuaries. Publications of the American Association for the Advancement of Science
Volume: 83:316-326, figs. 1-4.
Marsh, C.D. 1900 The plankton of fresh water lakes. Science, New York, new series
Volume: 11(271):374-389. (9-iii-1900). (Also in: Trans. Wis. Acad. Sci. Arts Lett. 13(1): 163-187, 1899).
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Smith, B.B. & C.B. Reif 1990 The plankton of Harveys Lake, 1984 through 1988. Journal of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science
Volume: 64(2):66-72.
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Yamaji, I. 1969 The Plankton of Japanese Coastal Waters. Illustrations of the Marine Plankton of Japan. Enlarged and revised edition. Osaka
Volume: 369pp. (In Japanese.)
Yamazi, I. 1959 The plankton of Japanese coastal waters. Hoikusha Chome Uehonmachi, Higashiku, Osaka
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Yamaji, I. 1962 The Plankton of Japanese Coastal Waters. Enlarged and revised edition. Hoikusha Publishing Co., Osaka
Volume: 238 pp.
Yasnitsky, V.N. 1924 The plankton of Lake Baikal in the Kultuk and Sluua-dyanka area. Izv. vost.-sib. geogr. Obshch.
Volume: 47: 147-152.
Bayly, I.A.E. 1976 The plankton of Lake Eyre. Australian Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research
Volume: 27(4):661-665, fig. 1. (xii-1976)
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Strzelecki, J. & T. Poltorak 1971 The plankton of Lake Gardno near the Baltic Sea during the summer season. Acta Hydrobiologica, Krakow
Volume: 13(3):269-294, figs. 1-31, tabs. 1-3. (20-ix-1971)
Yamamoto, K. 1941 The plankton of Lake Husenko of northern Korea. Japanese Journal of Limnology
Volume: 11(3):108-116, fig. 1, tabs. 1-6. (xii-1941, Japanese.)
Juday, C. 1902 The plankton of Lake Maxinkuckee, Indiana. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society
Volume: 23:61-62.
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Eddy, S. 1927 The plankton of Lake Michigan. Bulletin of the Illinois State Natural History Survey
Volume: 17(4):203-232, tabs. 1-3.
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Bigelow, N.K. 1923 The plankton of Lake Nipigon and environs. Publications of the Ontario Fisheries Research Laboratory, University of Toronto
Volume: 13:41-66.
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Komarovsky, B. 1959 The plankton of Lake Tiberias. Bulletin of the Research Council of Israel
Volume: (B)(2):65-96, figs. 1-6, pls. 1-2.
Kurohagi, T. & S. Ohigashi 1967 The plankton of Lake Toro. (II) The fauna. Scient. Rep. Hokkaido Fish Hatch.
Volume: 22: 83-94, figs. 1-5. (xii-1967, Japanese with English summary).
Wailes, G.H. 1939 The plankton of Lake Windermere, England. Annals and Magazine of Natural History
Volume: (11)3:401-414, pls. 14-15. (iv-1939)
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Bajkov, A. 1934 The plankton of Lake Winnipeg drainage system. Internationale Revue der Gesamten Hydrobiologie und Hydrographie
Volume: 31:239-272, figs. 1-3.
Dexter, B. 1986 The plankton of Long Island Sound: the biology and ecology of marine copepods. Long Island Sound Report
Volume: 3(1):1-2.
Dokin, W.J. & M. Latarche 1913 The plankton of Lough Neagh. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy
Volume: 30(B/3):
Dakin, W.J. & M. Latarche 1913 The plankton of Lough Neagh: a study of the seasonal changes in the plankton by quantitative methods. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy
Volume: (B)30:20-96, pls. 4-6. (27-i-1913)
Uéno, M. 1941 The plankton of Lung Wan crater lakes of Manchoukuo. Japanese Journal of Limnology
Volume: 11(1):32-33. (iv-1941, Japanese)
Kurohagi, T. 1959 The plankton of Mukabira-ko, a reservoir, in south-eastern Hokkaido observed in June 1956. Scientific Reports of the Hokkaido Fish Hatchery
Volume: 14:125-130, fig. 1, pl. 1, tabs. 1-2. (xii-1959, Japanese with English summary)..
Kutkuhn, J.H. 1958 The plankton of North Twin Lake, with particular reference to the summer of 1955. Iowa State College Journal of Science
Volume: 32:419-450. (15-ii-1958)
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Gurney, R. 1972 The plankton of Ormesby Broad. Transactions of the Norfolk and Norwich Naturalists' Society
Volume: 22(4):261-265.
Eddy, S. 1930 The plankton of Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society
Volume: 49:246-251. (vii-1930)
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Grindley, J.R. & T. Wooldridge 1974 The plankton of Richards Bay. In: Proceedings of the International Symposium 'Ecology and Physiology of the Brackish Environment.' Hydrobiological Bulletin, Amsterdam
Volume: 8(1-2):201-212, figs. 1-9. (vii-1974)
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Napp, J.M., L.S. Incze, P.B. Ortner, D.L.W. Siefert & L. Britt 1996 The plankton of Shelikof Strait, Alaska: Standing stock, production, mesoscale variability and their relevance to larval fish survival. Fisheries Oceanography
Volume: 5(Suppl. 1):19-38.
Eddy, S. 1931 The plankton of some sink hole ponds in southern Illinois. Bulletin of the Illinois State Natural History Survey
Volume: 19:449-467.
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Shirota, A. 1966 The plankton of South Viet-Nam. Fresh water and marine plankton. O.T.C.A., Japan
Volume: 1-416.
Yamamoto, K. 1944 The plankton of Tenti and Santien of Mt. Hakuto. Japanese Journal of Limnology
Volume: 13(4):167-170, figs. 1-2, tab. 1. (ii-1944, Japanese.)
Davis, C.C. 1962 The plankton of the Cleveland Harbor area of Lake Erie in 1956-1957. Ecological Monographs
Volume: 32:209-247, figs. 1-15, tabs. 1-7.
Fraser, J.H. 1961 The plankton of the Faroe-Iceland Ridge in 1958. Rapports et Procès-Verbaux des Réunions de la Commission Internationale pour l'Exploration Scientifique de la Mer Mediterranée, Monaco
Volume: 149: 179-182, charts. (ix-1961).
Roach, L.S. 1932 The plankton of the Hocking River. Ohio State University Bulletin, Bulletin of the Ohio Biological Survey
Volume: Bulletin 26, 5(3):253-279.
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Kofoid, C.A. 1903 The plankton of the Illinois River, 1894-1899, with introductory notes upon the hydrography of the Illinois River and its basin. Part I. Quantitative investigation and general Bulletin of the Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History
Volume: 6(2):95-629, pls. 1-50, tabs. 1-15. (xi-1903)
Kofoid, C.A. 1908 The plankton of the Illinois River, 1894-1899, with introductory notes upon the hydrography of the Illinois River and its basin. Part II. Constituent organisms and their seasonal Bulletin of the Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History
Volume: 8(1):1-361, pls. 1-5, tab. 1.
Bainbridge, V. 1960 The plankton of the inshore waters of Freetown, Sierra Leone. Fishery Publications Colonial Office
Volume: 13:1-48, figs. 1-22, tabs. 1-3.
Komarovsky, B. 1956 The plankton of the Israel coastal waters. Characteristic features. Fisherman Bulletin
Volume: 9:1-6.
Tett, P. & D. Mills 1991 The plankton of the North Sea - pelagic ecosystems under stress? Ocean & Shoreline Management
Volume: 16(3-4):233-257.
Cleve, P.T. 1902 The plankton of the North Sea and the Skagerak in 1900. Kungliga Svenska Vetensk-Akademiens Handlingar, New Series
Volume: 35(7):1-49. (12-iv-1902)
Cleve, P.T. 1900 The plankton of the North Sea, the English Channel and the Skagerak in 1898. K. svenska VetenskAkad. Handl., n. ser.
Volume: 32(8): 1-53, tabs. 1-7, figs. 1-11.
Cleve, P.T. 1900 The plankton of the North Sea, the English Channel and the Skagerak in 1899. K. svenska VetenskAkad. Handl., n. ser.
Volume: 34(2): 1-77, tabs. 1-9.
Yasnitsky, V.N. 1934 The plankton of the northern extremity of Baikal. Izv. biologo-geogr. nauchno-issled. Inst., Irkutsk
Volume: 6: 85-102.
Pulat, I. & I. Ozel 2003 The plankton of the northern lagoonary system of Izmir Bay. Su Urunleri Dergisi
Volume: 20(3-4): 399-403.
Reynolds, C.S. 1978 The plankton of the North-West Midland meres. Occasional Papers of the Caradoc and Severn Valley Field Club
Volume: 2:1-37, figs. 1-17, tabs. 1-3, appendix A-D, l page notes.
Jorgensen, O.M. 1928 The plankton of the River Tyne Estuary. Proceedings of the University of Durham Philosophical Society
Volume: 8:41-54, text-fig., pls. 1-4, tabs. 1-3.
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Klimowicz, H. 1981 The plankton of the River Vistula in the region of Warsaw in the years 1977 - 1979. Acta Hydrobiologica, Krakow
Volume: 23(1):47-67, figs. 1-3, tabs. 1-4. (Polish summary.)
Wimpenny, R.S. 1966 The Plankton of the Sea. Faber & Faber, London
Volume: 426pp., figs. 1-102, pls. 1-20, color plate.
Cleve, P.T. 1905 The plankton of the South African seas. I. Copepoda. Marine Investigations in South Africa, Cape Town
Volume: 3:177-210, pl.1-6.
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Hardy, A.C. & E.R. Gunther 1935 The plankton of the South Georgia whaling grounds and adjacent waters, 1926-1927. Discovery Reports
Volume: 11:1-456, figs. 1-193, tabs. (9-xi-1935)
Aikawa, H. 1930 The plankton of the southern seas of Japan, considered with reference to their hydrology. Records of the Oceanographical Works of Japan
Volume: 3(1):17-34, figs. 1-5, tabs. 1-4. (xii-1930).
Scott, A. 1927 The plankton of the spawning ponds at Port Erin. Reports of the Lancashire Sea-Fisheries laboratory, University of Liverpool, for 1926
Volume: 35:20-28.
Winkelmann, R.K., C. Elzinga, D.R. Nelson, M.B. Edlund & M.R. Sommerfeld 2004 The plankton of the St. Croix River in 2000, including tardigrades, a red alga, and Chrysophyceae. Journal of Freshwater Ecology
Volume: 19(2):179-188.
Fraser, J.H. 1955 The plankton of the waters approaching the British Isles in 1953. Marine Research
Volume: 1955(1):1-12, figs. 1-5, tab. 1.
Wailes, G.H. 1933 The plankton of the west coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Vancouver Mus. Art Notes
Volume: 7, suppl. 9: 1-11, figs. 1-6. (xii-1933, mimeogr.).
Juday, C. 1897 The plankton of Turkey Lake. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science
Volume: 1896:287-296.
Paulsen, O. 1911 The Plankton on a Submarine Bank. Biologiske Arbejder Tilignede Eug. Warming, 3 nov. 1911
Volume: :231-249, figs. 1-2.
Herdman, W.A. & W. Riddell 1911 The plankton on the west coast of Scotland in relation to that of the Irish Sea. 19th Report of the Lancashire Sea-Fish. Lab. (also in: Transactions of the Liverpool Biologial Society 25:132-185, 11 figs.)
Volume: 1911:60-113, 11 figs.
Herdman, W.A. & W. Riddell 1913 The plankton on the west coast of Scotland in relation to that of the Irish Sea. Part III. In: Herdman, W.A. (ed.). Report on the investigations carried on during 1912 in connection with the Lancashire Sea-Fisheries Laboratory at the University of Liverpool, and the Sea Fish Hatchery at Piel, near Barrow. Proceedings and Transactions of the Liverpool Biological Society
Volume: 27:344-371, fig. 1.
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