Abundance of plankton in the upper 200 m layer in tropical oligotrophic regions of the Pacific and Indian Oceans, supplement to: Vinogradov, Mikhail E; Musaeva, Eteri I (1989): Peculiarities of plankton distribution in oligotrophic tropical ocean regions. Oceanology, 29(3), 375-381

Mikhail E Vinogradov & Eteri I Musaeva
Quantitative distribution of plankton (mostly mesoplankton) is studied in the upper 200 m layer of oligotrophic waters in tropical anticyclonic gyres of the Pacific and Indian Oceans. Some general features of its trophic and taxonomic structures and vertical distribution are described.
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