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Marine larval ecology gets a meeting of its own

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Title: Marine larval ecology gets a meeting of its own.
Name(s): Young, Craig M., creator
Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute
Type of Resource: text
Genre: Article
Issuance: single unit
Date Issued: 1994
Publisher: Elsevier
Extent: 3 p.
Physical Description: pdf
Language(s): English
Identifier: 3353884 (digitool), FADT3353884 (IID), fau:6662 (fedora), 10.1016/0169-5347(94)90200-3 (doi)
Note(s): Over the past two decades, the study of larvae of marine fishes and invertebrates has played an increasingly important role in explaining spatial and temporal patterns of abundance in marine animal populations. Attempts to study populations without considering larval stages have been criticized and defended', and new methods for studying larvae under field conditions have gradually appeared in the literature2,3.
The final published version of this manuscript is available at and may be cited as: Young, C. M. (1994). Marine larval ecology gets a meeting of its own. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 9(3), 84-85. doi:10.1016/0169-5347(94)90200-3
Florida Atlantic University. Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute contribution #1002.
Subject(s): Marine ecology
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Restrictions on Access: ©1994 Elsevier Ltd.
Host Institution: FAU