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Oceanographical Expedition of the Dana, 1928–1930

Nature volume 127, pages 487489 (28 March 1931) | Download Citation

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THE DISTRIBUTION OF NESSORHAMPHUS, A NEW GENUS OF OCEANIC EELS.

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    See inter alia "The Distribution of the Pelagic Fry of the Gadoids in the North Atlantic from Iceland to Spain" (Conseil International pour l' Exploration de la mer, vol. 10, No. 4; Copenhagen, 1909).

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    Johs. Schmidt, "On the Contents of Oxygen in the Ocean on both sides of Panama" (Science, June 5, 1925). Idem, "Introduction to the Oceanographical Reports". The Danish Dana Expeditions, 1920–22, in the North Atlantic and the Gulf of Panama. Copenhagen and London, 1929.

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    Department of Terrestrial Magnetism. Carnegie Institution of Washington: Reports and Communications to Section of Oceanography. Washington D.C., June 30, 1930.

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    , "Die Durchlüftung des Atlantischen Ozeans" (Journal du Conseil International, vol. 4, No. 1, Copenhagen, 1929).

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    , "Contribution to the Hydrography of the North Atlantic". The Danish Dana Expeditions, 1920–22, in the North Atlantic and the Gulf of Panama. No. 3, Copenhagen and London, 1929. Johs. Schmidt, "Introduction to the Oceanographical Reports". ibid., No. 1, Copenhagen and London, 1929.

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  1. Ph.D., D.Sc., Carlsberg Laboratory, Copenhagen, Leader of the Expedition.

    • JOHANNES SCHMIDT

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