Die Ostsee als Ökosystem

  • Heinz Schwenke
  • Winfrid Schramm
Part of the Hochschultext book series (HST)

Zusammenfassung

In immer stärkerem Maße werden auch die meeresbiologischen Arbeitsrichtungen von der aktuellen Tendenz zur übergreifenden Ökosystemforschung erfaßt.

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  • Heinz Schwenke
  • Winfrid Schramm

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