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Red-Water Blooms off Northern Chile, April-May 1956, with Reference to the Ecology of the Swordfish and the Striped Marlin

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Title:Red-Water Blooms off Northern Chile, April-May 1956, with Reference to the Ecology of the Swordfish and the Striped Marlin
Authors:De Sylva, Donald P.
Date Issued:Jul 1962
Publisher:University of Hawai'i Press
Citation:De Sylva DP. 1962. Red-water blooms off northern Chile, April-May 1956, with reference to the ecology of the swordfish and the striped marlin. Pac Sci 16(3): 271-279.
Abstract:From mid-April to early May 1956 the writer
participated in the University of Miami-Lou
Marron Pacific Billfish Expedition off northern
Chile in the Peru Coastal Current (Sverdrup et
al., 1942: 701-702). During this period, water
temperatures and plankton tows were taken, and
observations were made on the biology and distribution
of several planktonic and nektonic
species.
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/5884
ISSN:0030-8870
Appears in Collections: Pacific Science Volume 16, Number 3, 1962


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