Resources of the Sea

@article{Holme1955ResourcesOT,
  title={Resources of the Sea},
  author={N. Holme},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1955},
  volume={176},
  pages={478-479}
}
The Inexhaustible SeaBy Hawthorne Daniel and Francis Minot. Pp. 239 + 25 plates. (London: Macdonald and Co. (Publishers), Ltd., 1955.) 16s. net. 
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