Oceanography and Marine Biology by P-TaylorFrancis


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									Oceanography and Marine Biology
Editor: Margaret Barnes
Editor: R N Gibson
Editor: R. N. Gibson
Table of Contents

Preface, Alan D. Ansell Obituary R.N. Gibson 1. Origins of Coastal and Marine Flora and Fauna of the
Azores Brian Morton & Joseph C. Britton 2. Management of Jellyfish Fisheries with Special Reference to
the Order Rhizostomae Michael J. Kingsford, Kylie Pitt and Bronwyn M. Gillanders 3. The Use of
Intertidal Barnacle Shells Margaret Barnes 4. Arctic Brittle Stars (Echinodermata: Ophiuroidea) Dieter
Piepenburg 5. Feeding and Digestive Strategies in Deposit-feeding Holothurians D. Roberts, A. Gebruk,
V. Levin & A.D. Manship 6. Evolution and Ecology of Cleaning Symbioses in the Sea Isabelle M. Côté 
7. In situ Studies on Deep-sea Demersal Fishes Using Autonomous Unmanned Lander Platforms I.G.
Priede & P.M. Bagley Britton, Texas Christian University, USA, Michael J. Kingsford, University of
Sydney, Australia, Kylie Pitt, University of Sydney, Australia, Bronwyn M. Gillanders, University of
Sydney, Australia, Margaret Barnes, The Dunstaffnage Marine Laboratory, UK, Dieter Piepenburg, Keil
University, Germany, D. Roberts, Queens University, UK, A. Gebruk, Russian Academy of Science,
Russia, V. Levin, Kamchatka Research Institute of Fishery and Oceanography, Russia, A.D. Manship
Queens University, UK, Isabelle M. Côté, University of East Anglia, UK, I.G. Priede, University of
Aberdeen, UK, P.M. Bagley, University of Aberdeen, UK

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