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Water quality measurements in the North Sea : EURASEP OCS experiment, 1977 : cruise report by John McManus
Bib ID 2703789
Format BookBook
Author
McManus, J. (John), 1938-
 
Description Dundee : Tay Estuary Research Centre, Dundee University, 1978 
iv, 83 p., [2] leaves of plates : ill. ; 21 cm. 
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Tay Estuary Research Centre. Research report - Tay Estuary Research Centre, no. 4.

Report (Tay Estuary Research Centre) ; no. 4

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Subjects Water quality -- North Sea -- Measurement.
Other authors/contributors Tay Estuary Research Centre

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