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Process length variation of Operculodinium centrocarpum in the North Pacific and its relation to salinity and temperature

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Mertens, Kenneth, Manuel Bringué, Vera Pospelova, et al. “Process Length Variation of Operculodinium Centrocarpum in the North Pacific and Its Relation to Salinity and Temperature.” Thinking Big About Things Small : How to Link Pacific to Atlantic Dinoflagellates?, Workshop Abstracts. Nagasaki, Japan: Nagasaki University. Institute for East China Sea Research, 2011. 11–11. Print.
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Mertens, Kenneth, Bringué, M., Pospelova, V., Van Nieuwenhove, N., Rochon, A., de Vernal, A., Louwye, S., et al. (2011). Process length variation of Operculodinium centrocarpum in the North Pacific and its relation to salinity and temperature. Thinking big about things small : how to link Pacific to Atlantic dinoflagellates?, Workshop abstracts (pp. 11–11). Presented at the Workshop: Thinking big about things small : how to link Pacific to Atlantic dinoflagellates?, Nagasaki, Japan: Nagasaki University. Institute for East China Sea Research.
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Mertens, Kenneth, Manuel Bringué, Vera Pospelova, Nicolas Van Nieuwenhove, Andre Rochon, Anne de Vernal, Stephen Louwye, and Kazumi Matsuoka. 2011. “Process Length Variation of Operculodinium Centrocarpum in the North Pacific and Its Relation to Salinity and Temperature.” In Thinking Big About Things Small : How to Link Pacific to Atlantic Dinoflagellates?, Workshop Abstracts, 11–11. Nagasaki, Japan: Nagasaki University. Institute for East China Sea Research.
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Mertens, Kenneth, Manuel Bringué, Vera Pospelova, Nicolas Van Nieuwenhove, Andre Rochon, Anne de Vernal, Stephen Louwye, and Kazumi Matsuoka. 2011. “Process Length Variation of Operculodinium Centrocarpum in the North Pacific and Its Relation to Salinity and Temperature.” In Thinking Big About Things Small : How to Link Pacific to Atlantic Dinoflagellates?, Workshop Abstracts, 11–11. Nagasaki, Japan: Nagasaki University. Institute for East China Sea Research.
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Mertens K, Bringué M, Pospelova V, Van Nieuwenhove N, Rochon A, de Vernal A, et al. Process length variation of Operculodinium centrocarpum in the North Pacific and its relation to salinity and temperature. Thinking big about things small : how to link Pacific to Atlantic dinoflagellates?, Workshop abstracts. Nagasaki, Japan: Nagasaki University. Institute for East China Sea Research; 2011. p. 11–11.
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K. Mertens et al., “Process length variation of Operculodinium centrocarpum in the North Pacific and its relation to salinity and temperature,” in Thinking big about things small : how to link Pacific to Atlantic dinoflagellates?, Workshop abstracts, Nagasaki, Japan, 2011, pp. 11–11.
@inproceedings{2987047,
  author       = {Mertens, Kenneth and Bringué, Manuel and Pospelova, Vera and Van Nieuwenhove, Nicolas and Rochon, Andre and de Vernal, Anne and Louwye, Stephen and Matsuoka, Kazumi},
  booktitle    = {Thinking big about things small : how to link Pacific to Atlantic dinoflagellates?, Workshop abstracts},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Nagasaki, Japan},
  pages        = {11--11},
  publisher    = {Nagasaki University. Institute for East China Sea Research},
  title        = {Process length variation of Operculodinium centrocarpum in the North Pacific and its relation to salinity and temperature},
  year         = {2011},
}