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Southern Seas Discovering Marine Life at 46 Degrees South

By: Keith Probert, John Jillett and Sally Carson
64 pages, Illus
Southern Seas
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2004 marks the centenary of New Zealand's first marine research institution on the Otago Peninsula, an area famous for its marine wildlife and coastal scenery. This book celebrates the Portobello Laboratory and the marine environment it promotes through its research, aquarium and public education programme.


1 Southern Setting 2 Otago Seas 3 Early Days 4 New Direction 5 Kindling Curiosity

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By: Keith Probert, John Jillett and Sally Carson
64 pages, Illus
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