History of Ecological Sciences, Part 51: Formalizing Marine Ecology, 1870s to 1920s

  title={History of Ecological Sciences, Part 51: Formalizing Marine Ecology, 1870s to 1920s},
  author={Frank N. Egerton},
  journal={Bulletin of The Ecological Society of America},
  • F. Egerton
  • Published 2014
  • Geography
  • Bulletin of The Ecological Society of America
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