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The state of the art of plakton research in two hyperhaline bodies of water, the Levantine Basin and the Arabian Gulf
Godeaux, J.E.A. (1993). The state of the art of plakton research in two hyperhaline bodies of water, the Levantine Basin and the Arabian Gulf, in: Progress in Belgian Oceanographic Research, Brussels, January 21-22, 1993. pp. 263-275
In: (1993). Progress in Belgian Oceanographic Research, Brussels, January 21-22, 1993. Royal Academy of Belgium. National Committee of Oceanology: Brussel. 287 pp., more

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Abstract
    In this report are presented some of the results of the investigations carried out either separately or in collaboration by members of the Plankton Committee of ICSEM (International Commission for the scientific exploration of the Mediterranean sea, Monaco) both in the Levantine Basin and in the Arabian (Persian) Gulf. Owing to the limited number of pages and the abundance of the matter, a few well-known groups of animals have been selected with the aim to stress the peculiarities and the original features of these two bodies of water as compared with the neighbouring seas.

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