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The role of zooplankton in determining the fate of organic matter in coastal marine systems: evidence from field and laboratory studies
Cowie, G. (1998). The role of zooplankton in determining the fate of organic matter in coastal marine systems: evidence from field and laboratory studies, in: Dehairs, F.A. et al. (Ed.) Integrated Marine System Analysis. European Network for Integrated Marine System Analysis FWO Vlaanderen: Proceedings of the second network meeting (Brussels, May 29-31, 1997). pp. 179-198
In: Dehairs, F.A.; Elskens, M.; Goeyens, L. (Ed.) (1998). Integrated Marine System Analysis. European Network for Integrated Marine System Analysis FWO Vlaanderen: Proceedings of the second network meeting (Brussels, May 29-31, 1997). VUB. Laboratorium voor Analytische Chemie: Brussel. 376 pp., more

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Document type: Conference paper

Keywords
    Fate; Organic matter; Zooplankton; Marine

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  • Cowie, G.

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