The Marine Biologist - Issue 4

Baker, G, ed. 2015 The Marine Biologist - Issue 4. Plymouth, The Marine Biological Association, UK, 40pp. (UNSPECIFIED)

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The Marine Biologist is the magazine of the marine biological community published by the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. This is the digitised version of the issue as published. Issue 4 - Spring 2015; Contents - 02 Editorial; 04 In brief; Science Letters - 06 The killer whales of the North Atlantic Andrew D. Foote, Sanna Kuningas and Filipa I. P. Samarra; 09 Black beaches of Spain Juan Junoy; 12 Forecasting and communicating climate change impacts on marine systems Nova Mieszkowska and Brian Helmuth; 14 Research in the abyssal north-east Pacific Kathy Dunlop; 15 The dawn of seaweed domestication Claire Gachon; Environment and Conservation - 16 Restoring seagrasses under extreme conditions Emma L. Jackson; 19 Argentina’s dolphins in decline Els Vermeulen, Neil Niru Dorrian and Lorenzo Scala; 22 Ghost fishing in the USA Dana Weiss; Sharing Marine Science - 23 The way we were Geoff Smaldon; 24 High impact imagery, low cost investment Christine Shepard; 26 50 years of the European Marine Biology Symposium Herman Hummel, Matt Frost and Christiaan Hummel; 28 The World Conference on Marine Biodiversity, Qingdao China Joseph Kenworthy; 28 The MBA National Marine Biological Library: changing times Matt Frost and Barbara Bultmann; 30 Marine biology at the University of Portsmouth Gordon Watson; 33 Reviews; 36 Interview: Going for it with Paul Rose; 39 A new coat of arms for the MBA

Item Type: Publication - Report (UNSPECIFIED)
Subjects: Marine Sciences
Divisions: Marine Biological Association of the UK > Other (MBA)
Depositing User: Ms Kira Glueck
Date made live: 05 May 2020 14:31
Last Modified: 05 May 2020 15:39
URI: http://plymsea.ac.uk/id/eprint/8218

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