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121 DUNBAR, M.J. Melanges, no. 10) Cahiers de Geographie de Quebec, vol 10, no 19) Sea Waters Surrounding the Quebec-Labrador Peninsula
Centre d'Etudes Nordiques de l'Universite Laval, Laval, QC, 1966, 
DUNBAR, M.J. The Sea Waters Surrounding the Québec-Labrador Peninsula . Laval: Centre d'Études Nordiques de l'Université Laval, 1966. Pp. [13]-35,(1).Illustrated with two textual maps. 8vo, stapled printed grey card covers. Mélanges: série de publications du Centre d'Études Nordiques de l'Université Laval, no. 10. Extrait des Cahiers de Géographie de Québec, vol. 10, no. 19, Octobre 1965-Mars 1966. Spine sunned, name stamp to front, else vg. 20.00

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122 DUXBURY, Ken Seastate and Tides
Stanford Maritime, London, 1977, ISBN:0540072672 
DUXBURY, Ken. Seastate and Tides. London: Stanford Maritime, (1977). First Printing. Pp. (8),[1]-84,(4). 8vo, decorated white and green card covers with black titles to front and spine. "The element that provides the yachtsman with his pleasure and the seaman with his living is also one of constantly differing shape and strength. A change of wind or tide can turn a relaxing seascape into a wild mountain of spume and spray. It is obvious that the more we can undersatnd the causes and motivation behind the many moods of the sea, then the more we can prepare for the ensuing conditions afloat. In this book Ken Duxbury considers the interaction of the sea with wind, tidesand land masses. he relates how waves and swell evolve and examines the en ormous energy contained within them. Ocean currents and the relief of the ocean floor are also discussed in the light of the latest researches." - from the rear cover. Light browning to covers, else very good. 15.00

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123 EDINGTON, J.M. HILDREW, A.G. Freshwater Biological Association, Scientific Publication no. 43 Key to the Caseless Caddis Larvae of the British Isles with Notes on Their Ecology
Freshwater Biological Association, Ambleside Cumbria, 1981, ISBN:090038641X 
EDINGTON, J.M. and HILDREW A.G. A Key to the Caseless Caddis Larvae of the British Isles with Notes on Their Ecology. (Ambleside Cumbria): Freshwater Biological Association, Scientific Publication No.43, 1981. Pp.91. 8vo, illustrated white card covers. Vg. 20.00

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124 EDMONDS, Alan Voyage to the Edge of the World. First Edition in dustjacket
McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1973, ISBN:0771030673 
EDMONDS, Alan. Voyage to the Edge of the World. (Toronto) : McClelland and Stewart Limited, (1973). First Edition. Pp (6),7-254,(2) including a 32 page photo section. Map. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Spadoni & Donnelly 2434. An account of the Nov.19, 1969 - Oct 16, 1970 circumnavigation of the Americas of the C.S.S. Hudson, based at the Bedford Institute of Oceanography. "This is the true story of one of the most important deep-sea expeditions in man's history. In 1970, the Canadian ship Hudson left Halifax with a cargo of computers, mangetometers, sampling bottles and a score ormore of some of the world's best-known oceanographic scientists. Their mis sion was to circumnavigate North and South America, cross the roof of the world through the Northwest Passage, round the outer coast of Newfoundland and sail back to Halifax. It was by any odds one of the most ambitious expeditions of its kind ever mounted by any nation. Promoted by the Canadian government, the $1,500,000 trip took nearly three years to plan. Alan Edmonds imbues his account of the journey with all the genuine excitement and immediacy that inspired this human and scientific adventure in discovery. Throughout the voyage the Hudson's crew of scientists performed unprecedented newexperiments in biology and chemistry in their searching study of the ocean s and of the land beneath and around them. The results of their work could ultimately affect the life of every creature on planet Earth." - from the dj. Very good in dustjacket. 35.00

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125 EDMONDS, Alan Voyage to the Edge of the World. First Edition in edgeworn dustjacket.
McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1973, ISBN:0771030673 
EDMONDS, Alan. Voyage to the Edge of the World. (Toronto) : McClelland and Stewart Limited, (1973). First Edition. Pp (6),7-254,(2) including a 32 page photo section. Map. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Spadoni & Donnelly 2434. An account of the Nov.19, 1969 - Oct 16, 1970 circumnavigation of the Americas of the C.S.S. Hudson, based at the Bedford Institute of Oceanography. "This is the true story of one of the most important deep-sea expeditions in man's history. In 1970, the Canadian ship Hudson left Halifax with a cargo of computers, mangetometers, sampling bottles and a score ormore of some of the world's best-known oceanographic scientists. Their mis sion was to circumnavigate North and South America, cross the roof of the world through the Northwest Passage, round the outer coast of Newfoundland and sail back to Halifax. It was by any odds one of the most ambitious expeditions of its kind ever mounted by any nation. Promoted by the Canadian government, the $1,500,000 trip took nearly three years to plan. Alan Edmonds imbues his account of the journey with all the genuine excitement and immediacy that inspired this human and scientific adventure in discovery. Throughout the voyage the Hudson's crew of scientists performed unprecedented newexperiments in biology and chemistry in their searching study of the ocean s and of the land beneath and around them. The results of their work could ultimately affect the life of every creature on planet Earth." - from the dj. Gift inscription, else very good in edgeworn, unclipped dustjacket. 25.00

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126 EDMONDS, Alan Voyage to the Edge of the World. Paperback
McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1974, ISBN:0771030681 
EDMONDS, Alan. Voyage to the Edge of the World. (Toronto) : McClelland and Stewart Limited, (1974). First Paperback Printing. Pp (6),7-254,(2) including a 32-page central photo section. Map. 8vo, photo-illustrated pale blue trade paperback with black lettering to front and spine. Spadoni & Donnelly 2434 does not mention this edition. An account of the Nov.19, 1969 - Oct 16, 1970 circumnavigation of the Americas of the C.S.S. Hudson, a research vessel based at the Bedford Institute of Oceanography. First published in cloth, 1973. "Man on two frontiers - the frontier of knowledge ... and the frontier of that old and beloved adversary, the sea. In 1969, the CSS Hudson left Halifax with a cargo of computers and some of the world's most skilled ocean scientists. For a year, ship, scientists and seamen battled their wayaround North and South America, rounding Cape Horn, struggling through the Northwest Passage, wresting secrets from the sea - secrets destined to aff ect every level of life on this planet. Exciting, intensely dramatic, Voyage to the Edge of the World tells the epic story of one of the most momentous odysseys ever undertaken by man." - from rear cover. Foreword by J.J. Greene. Name, else very good. 15.00

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127 EDMONDSON, W.T. and G.G. WINBERG WINBERG, G.G. IBP Handbook no. 17) Manual on Methods for the Assessment of Secondary Productivity in Fresh Waters. 1st pr.
Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 1971, ISBN:0632064307 
EDMONDSON, W.T. and G.G. WINBERG. A Manual on Methods for the Assessment ofSecondary Productivity in Fresh Waters . Edited by W.T. Edmondson, with th e collaboration of G.G. Winberg, co-editor. Oxford: Published for the International Biological Programme by Blackwell Scientific Publications, (1971).First Printing. Pp. [i]-xxiv,[1]-358. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated pale b lue card covers. IBP Handbook No. 17. An assessment of secondary trophic levels in inland waters by examining the communities of microscopic organismsfound in both standing and running water, as well as their production, fee ding,a ssimilation, respiration and excretion methods. Name, faint cover creasing, else vg. 25.00

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128 EDMONDSON, W.T. Jessie and John Danz lectures series) Uses of Ecology : Lake Washington and Beyond. in dj.
University of Washington Press, Seattle, 1991, ISBN:0295970243 
EDMONDSON, W.T. The Uses of Ecology : Lake Washington and Beyond . Seattle:University of Washington Press, (1991). Pp. [i]-xx,[1]-329,(3). Illustrate d. 8vo, blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine. A volume in The Jessie andJohn Danz Lectures series. A collection of case studies dealing with fresh water pollution and the rise in algae levels in lakes of Washington State. Slightly cocked, else vg in nicked dj. 25.00

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129 EL-SABH, Mohammed I. and Norman SILVERBERG (eds.) SILVERBERG, Norman Coastal and Estuarine Studies, no. 39) Oceanography of a Large-Scale Estuarine System : The St. Lawrence
Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1990, ISBN:3540974067 1990 3540974067 / 9783540974062 
EL-SABH, Mohammed I. and Norman SILVERBERG (eds.). Oceanography of a Large-Scale Estuarine System : The St. Lawrence . Edited by Mohammed I. El-Sabh and Norman Silverberg. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, (1990). Pp. [i]-x,[1]-434,(4). Diagrams, tables, graphs in the text. 8vo, green cloth with white lettering to front and spine.

Number 39 in the Coastal and Estuarine Studies series.

Contents:
1. El-Sabh and Silverberg's "The St. Lawrence Estuary: Introduction",
2. El-Sabh and Murty's "Mathematical Modelling of Tides in the St. Lawrence Estuary",
3. Tee's "Meteorologically and Buoyancy Induced Subtidal Salinity and Velocity Variations in the St. Lawrence Estuary",
4. Ingram and El-Sabh's "Fronts and Mesoscale Features in the St. Lawrence Estuary",
5. Mertz and Gratton's "Topographic Waves and Topographically Induced Motions in the St. Lawrence Estuary",
6. 'dAnglejan's "Recent Sediments and Sediment Transport Processes in the St. Lawerence Estuary",
7. Drapeau's "Nearshore Sediment Dynamics in the St. Lawrence Estuary",
8. Yeats's "Reactivity and Transport of Nutrients and Metals in the St. Lawrence Estuary",
9. Gearing and Pocklington's "Organic Geochemical Studies in the St. Lawrence Estuary", 10. Silverberg nad Sundby's "Sediment-Water Interaction and Early Diagenesis in the Laurentian Trough",
11. Cossa's "Chemical Contaiminants in the St. Lawrence Estuary and the Saguenay Fjord",
12. Therriault, Legendre, and Demers's "Oceanography and Ecology of Phytoplankton in the St. Lawrence Estuary",
13. Runge and Simard's "Zooplankton of the St. Lawrence Estuary: The Imprint of PHysical Processes on its Composition and Distribution",
14. de Lafontaine's "Ichthyoplankton Communities in the St. Lawrence Estuary: Composition and Dynamics",
15. Vincent's "The Macrobenthic Fauna of the St. Lawrence Estuary",
16. Gagne and Sinclair's "Marine Fisheries Resources and Oceanography of the St. Lawrence Estuary",
17. Schafer, Smith and Cote's "The Saguenay Fjord: A Major Tributary to the St. Lawrence Estuary",
18. Silverberg and El-Sabh's "The St. Lawrence Estuary: Concluding Remarks".

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130 ELDER, Samuel A. and Jerome WILLIAMS WILLIAMS, Jerome Fluid Physics for Oceanographers and Physicists : An Introduction to Incompressible Flow. 2nd ed.
Butterworth Heinemann, Oxford, 1996, ISBN:0750629584 
ELDER, Samuel A. and Jerome WILLIAMS. Fluid Physics for Oceanographers and Physicists : An Introduction to Incompressible Flow . (Oxford): ButterworthHeinemann, (1996). SECOND EDITION. Pp. (4),[v]-xiii,(1),[1]-395,(7). 8vo, decorated blue card covers. "A clear and concise introduction to the physics of low speed fluid mechanics, emphasizing fundamental concepts and methods. This book is designed as a one semester coursebook providing a sound foundation in continuum mechanics. The choice and treatment of topics providesa fresh approach aimed at making the more abstruse aspects of the subject accessible to students, and easier to teach. Mathematical difficulty progresses through the book with only a basic knowledge of differential calculus assumed at the outset. [...] The second edition has been thoroughly revisedand updated, with new material on geostrophic flow and the instability of stratified flow." - from the rear cover. Sparse spotting to tail of fore-edge, else very good. 28.00

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131 ELLER, Ernest McNeill, Rear Admiral BURKE, Arleigh, Admiral, foreword. Soviet Sea Challenge. First Edition in dustjacket
Cowles Book Company, Chicago, 1971, 
ELLER, Ernest McNeill, Rear Admiral. The Soviet Sea Challenge. Foreword by Admiral Arleigh Burke. (Chicago): Cowles Book Company, Inc. (1971). Pp (8),ix-xiv,(2),1-315,(5) + 16 pages of photos. Maps. Index. 8vo, red cloth, white lettering to spine. Myron Smith, The Soviet Navy, 1941-1978 : A Guide toSources in English 399. A review of U.S. naval capabilities in the Cold Wa r period, contrasted with an appreciation of the growth of the Soviet fleet, culminating in a plea not to cut naval defence spending. "Most Americans are aware of the Soviet Union's enormous armies and of its ICBMs zeroed in on U.S. cities, strategic airbases, and Minuteman missile sites, but tftey are otten unaware of a greater danger: the Russians' determined drive to become masters of the sea on which America's very life depends. Whether or not we like it, Russian submarine surface fleets cruise the Atlantic, the Caribbean, the Pacific, and the Indian Ocean. In the Mediterranean, where the U.S. 6tn Fleet once reigned supreme, a powerful Russian fleet sails, ready to counter any U.S. move. While the Soviet Union has long had the world's largest submarine fleet, the United States has felt secure in its lead in nuclear powered and armed submarines. Now, even in this latter category Russia is on the verge of surpassing U.S. capabilities. Twenty-five years ago the United States boasted the largest navy and merchant marine fleet. Today, the Russians have taken the lead in both areas. In addition, Moscow holds avital edge in oceanographic and deep-sea fisting fleets, which serve every where as adjuncts of her navy for operations and for intelligence. Such is the background for The Soviet Sea Challenge. In early chapters Admiral Eller traces tne historic influence of the sea on the destinies of America and Russia through World War II and focuses sharply on the role of the Navy in the desperate Battle of the Atlantic and the bitter Pacific struggle, from Pearl Harbor to the Coral Sea, Midway, Guadalcanal, Leyte, and Okinawa. He then covers the key events of the past quarter century, including the impact of sea power in Korea, where the U.S. Navy helped to save the toehold at Pusan and to execute General MacArthur's daring amphibious coup at Inchon, and Vietnam, where the U.S. Navy has demonstrated its versatility in assault, gunfire support, air interdiction, and riverine warfare. Additional chapters cover technological innovations in naval aircraft, missiles, submarines, and high-speed ampnibious attack ships—assault helicopter carriers, for example. What emerges is a serious message. Technological advances can haveno real value, Admiral Eller contends, if the United States continues its current policy of naval cutbacks in face of the phenomenal growth of Sovietsea power, which has aiready brought Russia large gains, from Cuba to Afri ca and the Middle East. The threat to the United States, if she does not regain her naval supremacy, as well as to all non-Communist nations, is far more serious than any that has previously confronted the nation." (from the dj). Contents : 1. The Soviet Menace from the Sea. 2. The United States' Sea Heritage. 3. World Struggle for Survival of Freedo. 4.The Soviet Navy's Maritime Background. 5. War Won-Peace Lost. 6. Disaster from Lack of Foresight. 7. Approaching Storm of the World? 8. Vietnam: Nibbling and Nipping - How Not to Win. 9. Rushing Toward Shipwreck. 10. Naval Air and Missiles. 11.Amphibious and Other Power. 12. Ocean Transnort: Lifeline of Nations. 13. Oceanography ana Allied Uses of the Sea. 14. Soviet Outreach by Sea. 15. Hurncane Warnings. Very slight shelfwear, else very good in rubbed, nicked, but unclipped, dustjacket. 25.00

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132 ELLIS, Richard Deep Atlantic : Life, Death, and Exploration in the Abyss. 1st US in dj
Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1996, 
ELLIS, Richard. Deep Atlantic : Life, Death, and Exploration in the Abyss. New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 1996. First Edition. Pp (10),vii-ix,(3),3-395,(7). Illustrated. 8vo, black cloth spine. "Open this book and you plunge five miles below the surface of the sea into an unforeseen realm inhabited by living creatures who strain the bounds of credibility [...] In the strikingly illustrated Deep Atlantic, Richard Eliis brings us face-to-face with these unexpected efflorescences of evolution - fish, mammals, and members of other phla that have been able to assume incredible shapes and great size thanks to the gravity-cancelling boyancy of water. " - from the dj. With 32 photographs and 102 drawings. Contents : Part I. Exploration. Studying the Atlantic; The Gulf Stream; The Ocean Floor; Exploring the Deep (pp.51-88, Picard, Beebe, Cousteau, &c); By Submarine Across the Atlantic (pp.89-109); Hydrothermal Vents. Part II. Creatures of the Abyss. Introduction to Deep-Sea Biology; Invertebrates; Deep-Sea Cephalopods; Deepwater Sharks; Fishes ofthe Depths; Deep Atlantic Whales and Whaling; Into the Deep. With bibliogr aphy and index. Very good in dustjacket. 25.00

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133 ELLIS, Richard Encyclopedia of the Sea. Second Printing in dustjacket.
Knopf, New York, 2001, ISBN:0375403744 
ELLIS, Richard. Encyclopedia of the Sea. New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 2001. Second Printing. Pp (6),v-vii,(3),3-380,(10) + 8 pages of colour plates. Many illustrations in the text. Double column. 8vo, pebbled blue spine with blue paper-covered boards, silver lettering to spine. "From one of the world's leading experts on the sea comes this ocean-sized compendium of aquatic life and lore. Richard Ellis - who is also recognized as America's foremostpainter of marine subjects--gives us a masterful synthesis of years of inv estigation and tens of thousands of disparate sources. The result is the first comprehensive, fully illustrated, and highly readable reference on almost everything that is known about the sea. Ellis's research has taken him all over the world - from Nantucket to Patagonia, from Newfoundland to New Zealand. Now he leads us on a great journey: from the amazing diversity of the creatures of the oceans to the birds who inhabit the skies above them; from the little-known realms of marine geography to the men and women who have bravely explored them; from the fabulous legends the sea has inspired through the ages to the intriguing evolution of the tools of nautical navigation. With more than 450 of the author's own drawings and paintings accompanying the text, Ellis reveals the many wonders of the oceans--abalone, zooxanthellae, and everything in between. We learn about the peculiar behavior of Vampyroteuthis infernalis (the "vampire squid from hell") and about MochaDick, the real sperm whale that may have inspired Melville's Moby-Dick; wh ere the crown-of-thorns starfish gets its name and how the rare coelacanth,cousin to a species extinct for 70 million years--and one of the most misp ronounced fish in the sea--was rediscovered. We visit lovely and exotic locations from Venice to Ni'ihau (Hawaii's "forbidden isle"), and consider both the fearsome kraken (a mythical sea monster often seen by Scandinavian clergymen) and the notorious real-life pirate Captain Kidd (whose hidden treasure was never found). Exhaustive, concise, and entertaining, the Encyclopedia of the Sea is invaluable as an all-inclusive, one-volume source for anyone interested in the sea, its inhabitants, and man's exploration of its mysteries." - from the dj. Very good in dustjacket. 35.00

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134 EMERY, K. O. Sea off Southern California : A Modern Habitat of Petroleum
John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1960, 
EMERY, K. O. The Sea off Southern California : A Modern Habitat of Petroleum. NY: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., (1960). Pp. 366. Illustrated. With map laid in at rear. Double column. Large 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Previous owners' names inked to ffep, else vg. 30.00

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135 ENGLISH, T. Saunders, (ed.) Public Policy issues in Resource Management series. CRUTCHFIELD, James A. BANSE, Karl Ocean Resources and Public Policy. Public Policy issues in Resource Management series.
University of Washington Press, Seattle & London, 1973, ISBN:0295952601 
ENGLISH, T. Saunders, (ed.). Ocean Resources and Public Policy. Seattle & London : University of Washington Press, (1973). First Printing Pp (4),v-viii,(2),3-184,(2). Tables, diagrams, &c in text. 8vo, brown cloth, silver lettering to spine. No. 5 in the Public Policy issues in Resource Management series. Papadakis, International Law of the Sea: A Bibliography 2128. Richard H. Fleming's "Man and the OCean"; Joe S. Creager's "Coastline and Continental Shelves: Geological History and CHaracteristics"; Maurice Rattray, Jr's "Physical Oceanography of Estuaries"; Karl Banse's "Global Distribution of Organic Production"; J.D.H. Strickland's "The Marine Food Chain and Its Efficiency"; Wilbert McLeod Chapman's."Food from the Sea and Public Policy";John D. Isaacs' "The Ocean Margins"; Richard A. Geyer's "Energy from the O ceans"; James A. Crutchfield's "Resources from the Sea"; Carl A. Auerbach's"An International Legal-Political Framework for Exploring and Exploiting t he Mineral Resources Underlying the High Seas : The Recommendations of the Commission on Marine Science, Engineering and Resources"; Edward Wenk, Jr's"New Machinery for Policy Planning in Marine Sciences." With index. Name o n flyleaf, else very good & clean in dustjacket. 45.00

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136 EPRY, Ch CASSAS, M. RAPIN, M.H. A la Mer : Des Abimes au Rivage Chasses et Pêches
Plon, 1922, 
EPRY, Ch. A la Mer: Des Abimes au Rivage Chasses et Pêches. 198 dessins de M. Cassas et photographies de l'auteur; couverture de M.H. Rapin. Septième Édition. Paris: Plon, 1922. Pp 531. Ilustrated. 8vo, ill. wraps. Oceanography and natural history of coastal France, Mediterranean and Atlantic. With delightful drawings by Cassas. Wraps chipped, slight foxing. Binding copy. 25.00

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137 ERICSON, David B WOLLIN, Goesta. Deep and the Past. in dj.
Knopf, 1964, 
ERICSON, David B. and Goesta WOOLIN. The Deep and the Past. NY: Knopf, 1964. Pp 292. Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth. "A scientific adventure story of seventeen years of oceanographic research in the abyssal depths of the seven seas that finally achieved a major breakthrough- the dating of the Ice Ages and of the Pleistocene Epoch." -from the dj. Owner's ink stamp, else vg in slightly rubbed dj. 40.00

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138 ESPINOZA-AVALOS, Julio Genetic Differentiation of Populations of Laminaria Longicruris de la Pylaie in Response to Nitrate Concentration and Temperature
Dalhousie University, Halifax, 1982, 
ESPINOZA-AVALOS, Julio. Genetic Differentiation of Populations of LaminariaLongicruris de la Pylaie in Response to Nitrate Concentration and Temperat ure. Halifax: Dalhousie University, 1982. Pp.(3), i-vi,1-63. 8vo, black cloth cover with gilt lettering to spine and cover. Master's thesis in Department of Biology at Dalhousie University. Inscription by author to ffep, small mark to front cover, else vg. 50.00

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139 EVANS, Patricia D. Choice of Prey by Lobsters
Dalhousie University, Halifax, 1976, 
EVANS, Patricia D. Choice of Prey by Lobsters. Halifax: Dalhousie Unviersity, 1976. Pp. (4),[i]-vi,1-66,(1). 8vo, black cloth covers with gilt lettering to spine. Master's thesis in Department of Biology at Dalhousie University Vg. 50.00

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140 EVANS, Patricia D. Choice of Prey by Lobsters
Dalhousie University, Halifax, 1976, 
EVANS, Patricia D. Choice of Prey by Lobsters. Halifax: Dalhousie Unviersity, 1976. Pp. (4),[i]-vi,1-66,(1). 8vo, black cloth covers with gilt lettering to spine. Master's thesis in Department of Biology at Dalhousie University Vg. 50.00

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