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  • Deep-Sea Coral Reefs: Distribution, Ecology and Anthropogenic Impacts 

    Oakham, V. (University of Plymouth, 2009)
    The introduction of Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) and manned submersibles has meant scientists can finally begin study deep-water scleractinian coral reefs, making valuable first-hand observations of the reefs themselves ...
  • The Role of Zooxanthellae in Marine Invertebrates 

    Wallen, J. (University of Plymouth, 2008)
    The importance of zooxanthellae in marine environments cannot be understated. Their role as a source of nutritive energy to corals underpins the success of reef-building systems worldwide, forming some of the most productive ...

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