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On the Temperature and Animal Life of the Deep Sea *

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THE present discourse embodies the most important general results obtained by the exploration of the deep sea in the neighbourhood of the British Isles, carried on during the summer of 1869 in H.M. surveying vessel Porcupine, with the view of completing and extending the inquiries commenced in the Lightning expedition of 1868, of which an account was given by the speaker at the Friday evening meeting of April 9, 1869.†

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CARPENTER, W. On the Temperature and Animal Life of the Deep Sea * . Nature 1, 488–490 (1870). https://doi.org/10.1038/001488a0

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