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The distribution of marine algae in Pacific waters

Kintaro Okamura

The distribution of marine algae in Pacific waters

by Kintaro Okamura

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Published by Printed by Kokusai Shuppan Insatsusha in Tokyo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Marine algae -- Pacific Ocean

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesNorris Collection., Records of oceanographic works in Japan.
    Statementby K. Okamura.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 30-150 ;
    Number of Pages150
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13568444M
    OCLC/WorldCa7522444

      The distribution of pelagic blue-green algae, especially ofTrichodesmium thiebautii, was investigated on the basis of the collection of theHakuhō Maru Cruise KH along °W (50°N°S) in the North Pacific Ocean from September to November (1) Five species were identified:Trichodesmium thiebautii (most predominant),T. erythraeum, Oscillatoria sp.,Katagnymene Cited by: The marine Algae of the Pacific coast of North America / (Berkley, ), by William Albert Setchell and Nataniel Lyon Gardner (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Introduction to fresh-water Algae with an enumeration of all the British species, (London, K. Paul, Trench, Trübner & co., ltd., ), by M. C. Cooke (page images at.

    SALINITY DATA ON MARINE AND INLAND WATERS AND PLANT DISTRIBUTION H. H. M. BOWMAN Department of Biology, University of Toledo, Toledo 6, Ohio In October, , the editor of the Hand Book on Biological Data, Dr. E. C. Albritton, wrote me a letter in which he said ' . Sediment Distribution Now that we have an understanding of the types of sediments found in the ocean, we can turn our attention to the processes that cause different types of sediments to dominate in different locations. Sediment accumulation will depend on the the amount of material coming from the source, the distance from the source, the amount of time that sediment has had to.

    Guiry MD, Garbary DG () A preliminary phylogenetic analysis of the Phyllophoraceae, Gigartinaceae and Petrocelidaceae (Rhodophyta) in the North Atlantic and North Pacific. In: Garbary DJ, South GR (eds), Evolutionary biogeography of the marine algae of the North Atlantic Ocean. Springer Verlag, Berlin, p – Google ScholarCited by: The study of marine biology dates back to Aristotle (– BC), who made many observations of life in the sea around Lesbos, laying the foundation for many future discoveries. In , Samuel Gottlieb Gmelin (–) published the Historia Fucorum, the first work dedicated to marine algae and the first book on marine biology to use the then new binomial nomenclature of Linnaeus.


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