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Transregional linkages in the north-eastern Atlantic - an `end-to-end' analysis of pelagic ecosystems

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Fox, Clive, Harris, Roger, Sundby, Svein, Achterberg, Eric, Allen, J. Icarus, Allen, John, Baker, Alex, Brussaard, Corina P.D., Buckley, Paul, Cook, Elizabeth J., Dye, Stephen R., Edwards, Martin, Fernand, Liam, Kershaw, Peter, Metcalfe, Julian, Osterhus, Svein, Potter, Ted, Sakshaug, Egil, Speirs, Douglas, Stenevik, Erling, St. John, Mike, Thingstad, Frede and Wilson, Ben (2009) Transregional linkages in the north-eastern Atlantic - an `end-to-end' analysis of pelagic ecosystems In, Oceanography and Marine Biology: an annual review. Vol. 47. London, UK, UCL Press pp. 1-76.

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Published date: 2009

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Local EPrints ID: 68700
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/68700
ISBN: 9781420094213
PURE UUID: 4414a8ed-eb02-499a-8327-a25b24e0810e

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Date deposited: 16 Sep 2009
Last modified: 19 Jul 2017 00:16

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Author: Clive Fox
Author: Roger Harris
Author: Svein Sundby
Author: Eric Achterberg
Author: J. Icarus Allen
Author: John Allen
Author: Alex Baker
Author: Corina P.D. Brussaard
Author: Paul Buckley
Author: Elizabeth J. Cook
Author: Stephen R. Dye
Author: Martin Edwards
Author: Liam Fernand
Author: Peter Kershaw
Author: Julian Metcalfe
Author: Svein Osterhus
Author: Ted Potter
Author: Egil Sakshaug
Author: Douglas Speirs
Author: Erling Stenevik
Author: Mike St. John
Author: Frede Thingstad
Author: Ben Wilson

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