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Reproduction, Larval Biology, and Recruitment of the Deep-Sea Benthos

Edited By: CM Young and KJ Eckelbarger

427 pages, B/w photos, illus, figs, tabs

Columbia University Press

Hardback | Aug 1994 | #33375 | ISBN: 0231080042
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Explores the most fundamental biological processes in the largest and least understood habitat on Earth - the deep sea.

A classic reference book for all marine biologists, particularly for those interested in the reproduction of marine invertebrates.


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Biography

Craig M. Young has served regularly on the Biological Oceanography panel of NSF and is the editor of Field Inferences in Larval Zoology.Kevin J. Eckelbarger is Editorial Advisor for Transactions of the American Microscopical Society.

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