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Black Sea ecology and oceanography by Iпё UпёЎ. I. Sorokin

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Published by Backhuys in Leiden .
Written in English


  • Oceanography -- Black Sea,
  • Chemical oceanography -- Black Sea,
  • Marine ecology -- Black Sea,
  • Benthos -- Black Sea,
  • Mariene ecologie,
  • Oceanografie,
  • Black Sea -- Environmental conditions,
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Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 801-875).

Other titlesBlack Sea ecology and oceanography
StatementYuri I. Sorokin.
SeriesBiology of inland waters
LC ClassificationsGC681 .S66 2002
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 875 p. :
Number of Pages875
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16296032M
ISBN 109057821052
ISBN 109789057821059
LC Control Number2007274051

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