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The influence of Phaeocystis globosa on microscale spatial patterns of chlorophyll a and bulk-phase seawater viscosity

Bibliographic reference Seuront, L. ; Lacheze, C. ; Doubell, M. J. ; Seymour, J. R. ; Van Dongen-Vogels, V. ; et. al. The influence of Phaeocystis globosa on microscale spatial patterns of chlorophyll a and bulk-phase seawater viscosity.Meeting of the Scientific-Committee on Oceanic Research (Univ Groningen, Haren (Netherlands), Aug 30-sep 03, 2005). In: Biogeochemistry : an international journal, Vol. 83, no. 1-3, p. 173-188 (2007)
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