Asian Marine Biology 14 (1997)

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Asian Marine Biology 14, the most recent volume, is a memorial volume for the late James Stephen Leatherwood, with Guest Editors Brian D. Smith and William F. Perriu. There are ten papers on Marine mammal survey techniques and various studies of dolphins.

Hong Kong University Press

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Overview

Asian Marine Biology 14, the most recent volume, is a memorial volume for the late James Stephen Leatherwood, with Guest Editors Brian D. Smith and William F. Perriu. There are ten papers on Marine mammal survey techniques and various studies of dolphins.

Hong Kong University Press

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789622094628
  • Publisher: Hong Kong University Press
  • Publication date: 9/1/1998
  • Pages: 228

Table of Contents

The Marine Biological Association of Hong Kong
Asian Marine Biology - Editorial Board
Instructions to Authors
Editorial
Biomonitoring of heavy metal pollution in Hong Kong coastal waters, using barnacles 1
Structure of coral communities on the eastern part of Baitylong Archipelago, South China Sea 15
Responses of coelomocytes and gonad support mesentery of the sea urchin Stronglocentrotus intermedius to gonad damage under toxic effects of cadmium and pollution 25
The Indo-Pacific Pilumnidae IX. Description of a new genus and new species (Crustacea: Decapoda: Brachyura) from Hong Kong 37
Diatoms in the sediments of Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong 45
The incidence of imposex in gastropods from Indonesian coastal waters 53
Artificial breeding technology developments in China and their prospects for marine fish culture 63
Dinoflagellate cysts from recent marine sediments of the South and East China Seas 87
The larval development and juvenile growth of the Silvermouth turban, Turbo argyrostomus L. 1758 (Mollusca: Prosobranchia) 105
A method for the separation of the protein components of barnacle cement 117
Distribution and abundance of the echinoid Diadema setosum (Echinodermata) on sediment-stressed coral reefs in Singapore 123
A new genus and species of apseudomorph tanaidacean from Sri Lanka 133
The diets of predatory gastropods in the Cape d'Aguilar Marine Reserve, Hong Kong 141
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