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Long-distance dispersal by rafting: reemergence of an old hypothesis
Jokiel, P.L. (1990). Long-distance dispersal by rafting: reemergence of an old hypothesis. Endeavour (Lond.) 14(2): 66-73. hdl.handle.net/10.1016/0160-9327(90)90074-2
In: Endeavour (London). Imperial Chemical Industries Limited/Pergamon: London. ISSN 0160-9327; e-ISSN 1873-1929, more
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Abstract
    The mechanism of dispersal of coastal marine organisms has long been of interest to marine biologists. Until the beginning of this century much importance was attached to rafting but later greater emphasis was laid on the role of pelagic larval stages. Certain disparities between larval life spans and the extent of dispersal have revived interest in the part played by rafting.

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