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The Sea, Volume 8: Deep-Sea Biology

Edited By: Gilbert T Rowe
574 pages, 43 halftones, 113 line illustrations and maps, 63 tables
The Sea, Volume 8: Deep-Sea Biology
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Contents

1. Problems of Deep-Sea Biology: An Historical Perspective by Eric Mills 2. Recent Advances in Instrumentation in Deep-Sea Biological Research by Gilbert T. Rowe and Myriam Sibuet 3. Biomass and Production of the Deep-Sea Macrobenthos by Gilbert T. Rowe 4. Deep--Sea Pelagic Domain (Aspects of Bioenergetics) by Michael E. Vinogradov and V. B. Tseitlin 5. Meiobenthos and Nanobenthos of the Deep Sea by Hjalmar Thiel 6. Microbiology of the Deep Sea by Holger W. Jannascli and Carl O. Wirsen 7. Biochemical and Physiological Adaptations of Deep--Sea Animals by George N. Somero, Joseph F. Siebenaller, and Peter W. Hochachka 8. Sediment Community Respiration in the Deep Sea by Kenneth L. Smith, Jr. and Kenneth R. Hinga 9. Zonation of Fauna in the Deep Sea by Robert S. Carney, Richard L. Haedrich, and Gilbert T. Rowe 10. Spatial Structure Within Deep--Sea Benthic Communities by Peter A. Jumars and James E. Eckman 11. Geographic Patterns of Species Diversity in Deep--Sea Benthosby Michael A. Rex 12. Parasitism in the Deep Sea by Ronald A. Campbell Index

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Edited By: Gilbert T Rowe
574 pages, 43 halftones, 113 line illustrations and maps, 63 tables
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