A BANK off the northern Kenya coast is acquiring significance. Its presence is unique along the coastline of tropical East Africa, and it is of considerable interest as an abstract marine problem of this region and as a likely boost to local fishery resources.
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MORGANS, J. The North Kenya Banks. Nature 184, 259–260 (1959). https://doi.org/10.1038/184259b0
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