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Why are large, delicate, gelatinous organisms so successful in the ocean's interior?
Osborn, T.; Barber, R.T. (2004). Why are large, delicate, gelatinous organisms so successful in the ocean's interior?, in: Seuront, L. et al. (Ed.) Handbook of scaling methods in aquatic ecology: measurement, analysis, simulation. pp. 329-332, figures
In: Seuront, L.; Strutton, P.G. (Ed.) (2004). Handbook of scaling methods in aquatic ecology: measurement, analysis, simulation. CRC Press: Boca Raton. ISBN 0-8493-1344-9. 600 pp., more

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