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Poissons des côtes nord-ouest africaines (Campagnes de la « Thalassa » 1962 et 1968)

@inproceedings{Maurin1970PoissonsDC,
  title={Poissons des c{\^o}tes nord-ouest africaines (Campagnes de la « Thalassa » 1962 et 1968)},
  author={Claude Maurin and Marc Bonnet},
  year={1970}
}
Des la seconde moitie du XIXe siecle, de nombreux navires oceanographiques ont prospecte les cotes nord-ouest africaines, mais ils ne l'ont fait qu'en passant. Leur principale zone de recherche etait plus etendue ou plus eloignee des cotes europeennes. Dans ces conditions, le domaine des connaissances est reste longtemps limite, dans cette region, aux eaux peu profondes. Il y a une dizaine d'annees encore les documents traitant de l'ecologie et de la nature des fonds de plus de 200 m etaient… 
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