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Investigation of the Benthic Marine Flora of Hood Canal, Washington
|Title:||Investigation of the Benthic Marine Flora of Hood Canal, Washington|
|Authors:||Phillips, Ronald C.|
|Issue Date:||Apr 1970|
|Publisher:||University of Hawai'i Press|
|Citation:||Phillips RC, Fleenor B. 1970. Investigation of the benthic marine flora of Hood Canal, Washington. Pac Sci 24(2): 275-281.|
|Abstract:||Hood Canal is a fjord (Kollmeyer, 1965)
connected to Puget Sound (Fig. 1) . Water in
the canal was reported as highly stratified owing
to a large volume of freshwater runoff from the
Olympic Mountains (Kollmeyer, 1965). The
water mass is relatively isolated from that of
Puget Sound proper by an entrance sill at Vinland,
44 meters deep, 22.36 km (12 nautical
miles) south of Admiralty Inlet.
Owing to a lack of investigation
|Appears in Collections:||Pacific Science Volume 24, Number 2, 1970|
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