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Atoll Reserach Bulletin: Nos. 443-449 (October 1997)

Atoll Reserach Bulletin: Nos. 443-449 (October 1997)

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Washington, D. C: Smithsonian Institution. Very Good. 1997. Softcover. Light green wrapper is in very good condition. Atoll Research Bulletin was founded in 1951. "The Atoll Research Bulletin is issued by the Smithsonian Institution to provide an outlet for information on the biota of tropical islands and reefs and on the environment that supports the biota." This particular issue contains the following articles: No. 443 - The Evolution of a Holocene Fringing Reef and Island: Reefal Environmental Sequence and Sea Level Change in Tonaki Island, the Central Ryukyus; No. 444 - Checklist of the Shorefishes or Ouvea Atoll, New Caledonia; No. 445 - On the Origin of Drift Materials in the Marshall Islands; No.. 446 - Distribution of Rat Species (Rattus SPP. ) On the Atolls of the Marshall Islands: Past and Present Dispersal; No. 447 - A Possible Link Between Coral Diseases and a Corallivorous Snail (Drupella Cornus) Outbreak in the Red Sea; No. 448 - Marine Algae From Oceanic Atolls in the Southwestern Caribbean (Albuquerque Cays, Courtown Cays, Serrana Bank, and Roncador Bank) ; and No. 449 - Scientific Studies on Dry Tortugas National Park: An Annotate Bibliography. ; 11" x 8.25"; 111 pp .

  • Bookseller: Back of Beyond Books, ABAA US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 017721
  • Title: Atoll Reserach Bulletin: Nos. 443-449 (October 1997)
  • Format/binding:Softcover
  • Book condition: Used - Very Good
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Smithsonian Institution
  • Place: Washington, D. C
  • Date published: 1997
  • Keywords: National Museum Of Natural History, Tonaki Island, Marshall Islands, Coral Disease, Atolls


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