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Sargassum Vegetation Growing in the Sea around Tsuyazaki, North Kyushu, Japan
|Title:||Sargassum Vegetation Growing in the Sea around Tsuyazaki, North Kyushu, Japan|
|Issue Date:||Apr 1963|
|Publisher:||University of Hawai'i Press|
|Citation:||Yoshida T, Sawada T, Higaki M. 1963. Sargassum vegetation growing in the sea around Tsuyazaki, north Kyushu, Japan. Pac Sci 17(2): 135-144.|
|Abstract:||Ecological studies on the subtidal marine
vegetation, including the Sargassum community,
have not progressed far because it is harder to
make field surveys in subtidal vegetation than
in terrestrial or intertidal vegetations. Some
depth records for species of marine algae have
been obtained using dredges and other instruments.
From these data, we know that there is
considerable vegetation developed at subtidal
depths (cf Ueda and Okada, 1938, 1940).
|Appears in Collections:||Pacific Science Volume 17, Number 2, 1963|
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