3 edition of Ecology and palaeoecology of marine environments found in the catalog.
Ecology and palaeoecology of marine environments
Translation of: Aktuo-paläontologie nach Studien in der Nordsee.
|Statement||translated by Irmgard Oertel ; edited by G.Y. Craig.|
|Contributions||Craig, G. Y. 1925-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||568|
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Ecology and Palaeoecology of Marine Environments. Wilhelm Schäfer. Translated from the German edition () by Irmgard Oertel. Craig, Ed. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, xiv, pp. + plates. $ Ecology and Palaeoecology of Marine menards.club: Robert W.
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Book Review: Ecology and palaeoecology of marine environments. WILHELM SCHäFER, Oliver & Boyd. Edinburgh, pp. £ Translated by IRMGARD OERTEL and edited by G. CRAIG from Aktuo-paläontologie nach Studien in der Nordsee.
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