THE SEA: IDEAS AND OBSERVATIONS ON PROGRESS IN THE STUDY OF THE SEAS
Cover: The Sea, Volume 8: Deep-Sea Biology in HARDCOVER

The Sea, Volume 8: Deep-Sea Biology

Edited by Gilbert T. Rowe

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HARDCOVER

$148.00 • £118.95 • €133.00

ISBN 9780674017375

Publication Date: 01/01/1983

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574 pages

7 x 10 inches

43 halftones, 113 line illustrations and maps, 63 tables

The Sea: Ideas and Observations on Progress in the Study of the Seas

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  • 1. Problems of Deep-Sea Biology: An Historical Perspective [Eric Mills]
  • 2. Recent Advances in Instrumentation in Deep-Sea Biological Research [Gilbert T. Rowe and Myriam Sibuet]
  • 3. Biomass and Production of the Deep-Sea Macrobenthos [Gilbert T. Rowe]
  • 4. Deep-Sea Pelagic Domain (Aspects of Bioenergetics) [Michael E. Vinogradov and V. B. Tseitlin]
  • 5. Meiobenthos and Nanobenthos of the Deep Sea [Hjalmar Thiel]
  • 6. Microbiology of the Deep Sea [Holger W. Jannascli and Carl O. Wirsen]
  • 7. Biochemical and Physiological Adaptations of Deep-Sea Animals [George N. Somero, Joseph F. Siebenaller, and Peter W. Hochachka]
  • 8. Sediment Community Respiration in the Deep Sea [Kenneth L. Smith, Jr. and Kenneth R. Hinga]
  • 9. Zonation of Fauna in the Deep Sea [Robert S. Carney, Richard L. Haedrich, and Gilbert T. Rowe]
  • 10. Spatial Structure Within Deep-Sea Benthic Communities [Peter A. Jumars and James E. Eckman]
  • 11. Geographic Patterns of Species Diversity in Deep-Sea Benthos [Michael A. Rex]
  • 12. Parasitism in the Deep Sea [Ronald A. Campbell]
  • Index

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