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Length-mass relationship of Pinna bicolor at Island Bone Batang, Spermonde Archipelago, Indonesia

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PANGAEA
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DOI: 10.1594/pangaea.726963
Keywords
  • Biomass
  • Ash Free Dry Mass
  • Biomass
  • Ash Free Dry Mass
  • Shell
  • Biomass
  • Ash Free Dry Mass
  • Shell-Tissue
  • Bone_Batang
  • Bone Batang
  • Spermonde Archipelago
  • Indonesia
  • Pinna Bicolor
  • Shell Height
  • Pinna Bicolor
  • Shell Length
  • Sampling By Hand
  • Shell
  • Ash Mass
  • Shell
  • Dry Mass
  • Shell Tissue
  • Ash Mass
  • Shell Tissue
  • Dry Mass
  • Vernier Caliper
  • Weighted
Disciplines
  • Biology

Abstract

On the Biology of Krill Euphausia superba Proceedings of the Seminar and Report of the Krill Ecology Group Bremerhaven, 12.-16. May 1983 Edited by S. B. Schnack zur Polarforschung, Sonderheft 4, Dezember 1983 Hinweis Die Berichte zur Polarforschung werden vom Alfred-Wegener-Institut fur Polarforschung in Bremerhaven* in unregelmaBiger Abfolge her- ausgegeben. Die Beitraqe geben nicht notwendigerweise die Auffassung des Instituts wieder. Die von den Verfassern eingereichten Manu- skripte sind nicht redigiert. * Anschrift Alfred-Wegener-I nstitut fur Polarforschung Columbus-Center 0-2850 Bremerhaven Telefon (0471) 4 90 06/7 Telex 0238695 polar d Telegramm: Polar Bremerhaven 2 Notice The Reports on Polar Research are issued by the Alfred-Wegener-Institute for Polar Re- search, in Bremerhaven*, Federal Republic of Germany. They appear in non-regular intervals. The papers contained in the Reports do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the institute. Manuscripts have been printed without review- ing scientific content. * Address Alf red-Wegener-Inst itute for Polar Research Columbus-Center 0-2850 Bremerhaven Federal Republic of Germany Phone (0471) 49006/7 Telex 02 38 695 polar d Telegram: Polar Bremerhaven FOREWORD The Seminar under the auspices of the SCAR Group of Specia- lists on the Southern Ocean Ecosystem and their Living Resources reviewed the present state of knowledge on the biology of Euphausia superba Dana in order to indicate the major gaps in knowledge and to suggest steps to fill them within the framework of BIOMASS. Participants had been invited on the basis of their particular knowledge and experience in the various krill research fields. The seminar was not meant as a formal symposium. However, some papers were required to set the stage for the discussions in small groups. In an introductory talk, summarizing the 'First International Antarctic Krill Biology Symposium' in Wilmington, October 1982, Professor R.Y. George provided the par

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