Antarctic terrestrial biology
George Albert Llano
American Geophysical Union, 1972 - Nature - 322 pages
Papers on limnology, physiology and ecology of aquatic systems, and taxonomy of fresh-water algae, lichens, mosses, fungi, protozoa and land arthropods of Antarctica.
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Comparative Study of the Limnology of Two Small Lakes on Ross Island
Primary Productivity and Associated Physical Chemical and Biological
FreshWater Algae of the Antarctic Peninsula
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