Chronobiology of Marine Organisms

@inproceedings{Naylor2010ChronobiologyOM,
  title={Chronobiology of Marine Organisms},
  author={E. Naylor},
  year={2010}
}
1. Moonshine 2. Biorhythms of coastal organisms 3. Tidal and daily time-cues 4. Clocks and compasses 5. Lunar and semilunar rhythms 6. Annual biorhythms 7. Plankton vertical migration rhythms 8. Staying put in estuaries 9. Ocean drifters 10. Living clockwork. 
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