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Full text:[...] DISCOVERY REPORTS Vol. XXIII, pp. 103-176 Issued by the Discovery Committee, Colonial Office, London on behalf of the Qovernment of the Dependencies of the Falkland Islands THE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFE-H [...]
Full text:[...] DISCOVERY REPORTS Vol. XIV, pp. 325-350, plates I-V Issued by the Discovery'Committee, Colonial Office, London on behalf of the Qovernment of the Dependencies of the Falkland Islands THE REPRODUCTIVE [...]
Full text:[...] LIST OF PERSONNEL January, 1932 DISCOVERY COMMITTEE E. R. Darnley, M.A., B.Sc. {Chairman), Colonial Office Sir S. F. Iiarmer, K.B.E., Sc.D., F.R.S. (Vice-Chairman), British Museum A. L. Ay ton (Finan [...]
Full text:[...] 22 Research Projects are not typical oceanic regions, and Mr David is therefore examining samples from the central Indian Ocean from lines of stations made by the 'Discovery II' in 1950 and 1951. In [...]
Full text:[...] 33 APPENDIX LIST OF PUBLISHED PAPERS AND REVIEWS Station List. R.R.S. 'William Scoresby' 1950. Discovery Rep., 26, 211-58, 1953. Aquatic Mammals: Whales and Seals. By H. E. Bargmann. Z00 Life, 7, 80, [...]
Full text:[...] Miss H. E. Bargmann, ph.d. R. Bowers, b.sc. j. N. Carruthers, d.sc., f.inst.p. A. de G. Baker, b.sc. B.J. E. Hinde, b.sc. Senior Scientific Officers: M. R. Clarke, ph.d. F. Culkin, ph.d. P. Foxton, b [...]
Full text:[...] THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF OCEANOGRAPHY ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The Council would again like to place on record its appreciation of the help and advice so freely given by many organizations. The close links [...]
Full text:[...] THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF OCEANOGRAPHY ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The Council acknowledges help from many sources. The Hydro-grapher of the Navy, the Royal Naval Scientific Service, the Director of Stores, Adm [...]
Full text:[...] $ Biological Work 27 tions at the time, and tabulating the physical and chemical observations at each depth. These data are sometimes not published until long after they are obtained, but are availab [...]
Full text:[...] <* Biological Work 25 investigation by Mr Marr on the horizontal and vertical distribution of the "krill" in the Southern Ocean. The krill is a small shoaling crustacean (Euphausia superba) which con [...]
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