Adaptations within Antarctic ecosystems: proceedings of the third SCAR Symposium on Antarctic Biology / George A. Llano, editor

By: Llano, George A.
Contributor(s): Llano, George A. (George Albert), 1911-2003 | SCAR Symposium on Antarctic Biology (3rd : 1974 : Washington, DC) | International Council of Scientific Unions. Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research | International Union of Biological Sciences.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: [Washington, D.C.] : Smithsonian Institution, 1977Description: xliv, 1252 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.ISBN: 0872010007.Other title: Proceedings of the third SCAR Symposium on Antarctic Biology.Subject(s): ANTARCTIC OCEAN | MARINE ECOLOGY | PHYTOPLANKTON | SOUTHERN OCEAN | PRIMARY PRODUCTION | PH | MICROORGANISMS | HETEROTROPHY | BENTHIC ENVIRONMENT | MARINE SEDIMENTS | CONTINENTAL SHELVES | POLYCHAETES | ECHINODERMS | AMPHIPODS | VERTEBRATES | FISH | PELAGIC ENVIRONMENT | PACIFIC OCEAN | INDIAN OCEAN | SEALS | PENGUINS | WHALES | FRESH WATER | PHOTOSYNTHESIS | TERRESTRIAL HABITATS | LABORATORY STUDIES | ANTARCTICAHoldings: GRETA POINT: 574.4/.5(99) SCA Summary: Includes papers on the structure and function of marine ecosystems; primary productivity and microbial metabolism; adaptions of invertebrates and of vertebrates in the Antarctic; development and evolution of Antarctic ecosystems; and ecosystem evaluation in modelling, monitoring and management.
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Organized by the Scientific Committee for Antarctic Research for the International Union of Biological Sciences

Includes some contributions in French.

Held Aug. 26-30, 1974 in Washington, D.C.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Includes papers on the structure and function of marine ecosystems; primary productivity and microbial metabolism; adaptions of invertebrates and of vertebrates in the Antarctic; development and evolution of Antarctic ecosystems; and ecosystem evaluation in modelling, monitoring and management.

GRETA POINT: 574.4/.5(99) SCA

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