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Greenland Hydroids

Nature volume 130, page 442 (17 September 1932) | Download Citation



DR. P. L. KBAMP in two recent papers * discusses the hydroids of Greenland. The area investigated in the first is extensive, comprising the entire west coast of Greenland from Cape Farewell to Etah in the narrowest part of Smith Sound, and several series of stations laid from the Greenland coast across the Davis Strait and Baffin Bay as far west as possible; in several places the investigations being carried through to the coasts of Labrador.

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