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Peuplements de diatomées dans des milieux sursalés, en Israël et Sinaï (Egypte): implications paléolimnologiques = Diatom species in hypersaline water bodies from Israel and Sinai (Egypt): paleolimnological implications
Ehrlich, A. (1987). Peuplements de diatomées dans des milieux sursalés, en Israël et Sinaï (Egypte): implications paléolimnologiques = Diatom species in hypersaline water bodies from Israel and Sinai (Egypt): paleolimnological implications. Cah. Biol. Mar. 28(2): 281-284
In: Cahiers de Biologie Marine. Station Biologique de Roscoff: Paris. ISSN 0007-9723, more
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  • Ehrlich, A.

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    Hypersaline water bodies from Israel and Sinai (Egypt) were investigated in order to define the tolerance of some euryhaline diatom species to high salinity. The study sheds new light on the paleolimnological significance of the fossil diatom occurrences in the Pleistocene Lisan Formation, Israel.

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