Plankton ecology: succession in plankton communities

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Springer-Verlag, 1989 - Science - 369 pages
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This book presents a collection of problems and exercises in environmental science. It can be used in many courses in environmental studies especially environmental physics, energy and the environment, and atmospheric physics. The mathematical background is given in an introductory chapter. This book may be used individually for the above mentioned courses or can supplement any textbook.

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The Role of Competition for Resources in
The Role of Grazers in Phytoplankton Succession
The Role of Fungal Parasites in Phytoplankton

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