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1.
Diagnóstico pesquero

by Instituto Nacional de los Recursos Naturales Renovables y del Medio Ambiente - INDERENA.

Material type: Continuing resource Continuing resource; Format: print regular print Publisher: Bogotá INDERENA 1975Availability: Items available for loan: Biblioteca Central (1).

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Check-list of the amphiatlantic mollusca based on a revision of the literature

by Fernandes, Francisco | Rolán, Emilio.

Material type: Text Text Publisher: Madrid Sociedad Española de Malacología Availability: Items available for loan: Biblioteca CentralCall number: D-228 (1).

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Neogene history of tropical american mollusks

by Petuch, Edward J.

Material type: Text Text Publisher: Charlottesville, Virginia The Coastal Education and Research Foundation (CERF) Availability: Items available for loan: Biblioteca CentralCall number: D-242 (1).

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Informe de la investigación sobre recursos pesqueros marítimos en la República de Colombia

by Agencia de Cooperación Internacional del Japón - JICA.

Material type: Text Text Publisher: Japón JICA 1981Availability: Items available for loan: Biblioteca CentralCall number: V-15 (1), Sede PacíficoCall number: V-15 (1).

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Identification of Coral Reef Sponges

by Gammill, E.R.

Material type: Text Text Publisher: Tampa Providence Marine Publishing c1997Availability: Items available for loan: Biblioteca CentralCall number: D-260 (1).

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Apparent long-term cooling of the sea surface in the northeast Atlantinc and Mediterranean during the Holocene

by Marchal, Olivier | Cacho, Isabel | Stocker, Thomas | Grimalt, Joan | Calvo, Eva | Jansen, Eysten.

Source: Quaternary Science reviews Material type: Text Text Language: English Availability: Items available for loan: Biblioteca CentralCall number: EE-21191 (1).

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A survey of the genus Ctenocheles (Crustacea: Decapoda, Callianassidae), with a discussion of its zoogeography and its occurrence in the Atlantic ocean

by Holthuis, Lipke B.

Source: Bulletin of Marine Science Material type: Text Text Language: English Publisher: Miami Institute of Marine Science Availability: Items available for loan: Biblioteca CentralCall number: EE-25364 (1).

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A new crab of the genus Cycloes (Crustacea: Brachyura: Calappidae) from Saint Helena, South Atlantic ocean

by Chace, Fenner A. Jr.

Source: Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington Material type: Text Text Language: English Publisher: Washington Smithsonian Institution Availability: Items available for loan: Biblioteca CentralCall number: EE-25529 (1).

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Continuous Plankton Records : Seasonal Cycles of Phytoplankton and Copepods in the North Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea

by Colebrook, J.M.

Source: Marine Biology Material type: Text Text Language: English Publisher: Springer-Verlag (s.n.) Availability: Items available for loan: Biblioteca CentralCall number: EE-28130 (1).

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Diversity of benthic marine algae of the Colombian Atlantic

by Diaz Pulido, Guillermo | Diaz Ruiz, Martha.

Source: Biota Colombiana Material type: Text Text Language: English Publisher: Bogotá Instituto Alexander von Humboldt Availability: Items available for loan: Biblioteca CentralCall number: EE-28326 (1).

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The Genus Corallium (Gorgonacea: Scleraxonia) in the Western North Atlantic Ocean

by Bayer, Frederick M.

Source: Bulletin of Marine Sciencenof the Gulf and Caribbean Material type: Text Text Language: English Publisher: (s.l. s.n.) Availability: Items available for loan: Biblioteca CentralCall number: EE-28482 (1).

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A Taxonomic and Ecological Study of Shallow Water Hydroids of the Northeastern Gulf of Mexico

by Frances Shier, Clare.

Material type: Text Text Language: English Publisher: Florida Florida State University Availability: Items available for loan: Biblioteca CentralCall number: DC-3 (1).

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Review of the family Phyllidiidae in the Atlantic Ocean (Nudibranchia, Doridoidea)

by Valdes, Angel | Ortega, Jesus.

Source: American Malacological Bulletin Material type: Text Text Language: English Publisher: (s.l.) American Malacological Society Availability: Items available for loan: Biblioteca CentralCall number: EE-29293 (1).

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Maturity and spawning of skipjack tuna (katsuwonus pelamis) in the atlantic ocean, with comments on nematode infestation of the ovaries

by Simmons, David.

Source: Special scientific report-fisheriesN.580Material type: Text Text Language: English Publisher: Washington [s.n.] Availability: Items available for loan: Biblioteca CentralCall number: EE-00631 (1).

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Meristic Characters of Some Marine Fishes of the Western Atlantic Ocean

by Miller, Grant L | Jorgeson, Sherrell C.

Source: Fisheries Bulletin Material type: Text Text Language: English Publisher: (s.l.) CRC Press Availability: Items available for loan: Biblioteca CentralCall number: EE-00717 (1).

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Acantharia in the Atlantic Ocean a Systematic and Ecological Analysis of Plancton Collections Made During Cruise 25 of R.V. Chain, of the Woods Hole Oceanoraphic Institution 3rd Contribution (1)

by Bottazzi, Massera E | Vannucci, A.

Source: Estratto Dall'Archivio di Oceanografia e Limnologia Material type: Text Text Language: English Publisher: (s.n.) Availability: Items available for loan: Biblioteca CentralCall number: EE-00891 (1).

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Acantharia in the Atlantic Ocean a Systematic and Ecological Analysis of Plancton Collections Made During Cruise 25 of R.V. Chain, of the Woods Hole Oceanoraphic Institution 1st Contribution (1) (2)

by Bottazzi, Massera E | Vannucci, A.

Source: Estratto Dall'Archivio di Oceanografia e Limnologia Material type: Text Text Language: English Publisher: (s.n.) Availability: Items available for loan: Biblioteca CentralCall number: EE-00890 (1).

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Acantharia in the Atlantic Ocean a Systematic and Ecological Analysis of Plancton Collections Made During Cruise 25 of R.V. Chain, of the Woods Hole Oceanoraphic Institution 2nd Contribution (1)

by Bottazzi, Massera E | Vannucci, A.

Source: Estratto Dall'Archivio di Oceanografia e Limnologia Material type: Text Text Language: English Publisher: (s.n.) Availability: Items available for loan: Biblioteca CentralCall number: EE-00889 (1).

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Taxonomic review of the genus Opaliopsis (Gastropoda: Nystiellidae) from Brazil, with description of a new species. pp. 1561-1566

by Andrade, Bruno Garcia | Setor de Malacologia, Departamento de Invertebrados Museu Nacional, Universidad do Rio de Janeiro | Costa, Paulo Márcio Santos | Pimenta, Alexandre Dias.

Material type: Text Text Language: English Publisher: Cabridge A. PULSFORD 2011Availability: Items available for loan: Biblioteca Central (1).

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Why do the two most abundant copepods in the North Atlantic differ so markedly in their diel vertical migration behaviour? pp. 85-92

by Hays, G.C | School of Biological Sciences University Wales Swansea | Warner, A.J | Tranter, P | Sir Alister Hardy Foundation for Ocean Science The Laboratory.

Material type: Text Text Language: English Publisher: Netherlads Netherlands Institute for Sea Research 1997Availability: Items available for loan: Biblioteca Central (1).

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The management performance of marine protected areas in the North-east Atlantic Ocean

by Álvarez-Fernández, Inma [... et al.] | Fernández, Nuria | Sánchez-Carnero, Noela | Freire, Juan.

Source: Marine Policy: The International Journal of Ocean AffairsMaterial type: Text Text; Format: print ; Literary form: Not fiction Language: English Availability: Items available for loan: Biblioteca Central (1).

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Bycatch of the Southern King Crab (Lithodes santolla) in the Patagonian shrimp fishery in the Southwestern Atlantic Ocean. Can it contribute to the depletion of its population?

by Varisco, Martín | Cochia, Pablo | Gongora, María Eva | Bovcon, Nelson | Balzi, Pamela | Vinuesa, Julio.

Source: Ocean & Coastal Management Material type: Text Text; Format: print ; Literary form: Not fiction Language: English Availability: Items available for loan: Biblioteca Central (1).

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