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1 MARTIN, J.E.H. Insects and Arachnids of Canada. Part 1. Collecting, Preparing, and Preserving Insects, Mites, and Spiders.
Research Branch, Canada Department of Agriculture, Ottawa, 1977, ISBN:0660016508 
MARTIN, J.E.H. The Insects and Arachnids of Canada. Part 1. Collecting, Preparing, and Preserving Insects, Mites, and Spiders. Compiled by J.E.H. Martin. (Ottawa) : Research Branch, Canada Department of Agriculture, 1977. Publication 1643. Pp (8),5-182,(2). Illustrated. 8vo, green and white card covers. (Title page date 1977, copyright 1978). Rubbed at edges, else vary good. 40.00

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2 WILLISON, J.H. Martin. HALL, June GASS, Susan E. Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Deep-Sea Corals held atDalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, July 30 to August 3, 2000
Ecology Action Centre, NOva Scotia Museum, Halifax, 2001, ISBN:096830687x 
WILLISON, J.H. Martin, June HALL, Susan E. GASS, Ellen L.R. KENCHINGTON, Mark BUTLER and Penny DOHERTY, (eds.). Proceedings of the First InternationalSymposium on Deep-Sea Corals. Edited by J.H. Martin Willison, June Hall, S usan E. Gass, Ellen L.R. Kenchington, Mark Butler, and Penny Doherty. This volume contains a selection of the papers presented at a conference organized by the Ecology Action Centre and held at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, July 30 to August 3, 2000. Halifax: Ecology Action Centre, Nova Scotia Museum, 2001. Pp. [i]-xv,(1),1-231,(1), + 8 p. of colour plates.Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated black glossy paper-covered boards. Includes: 1. John B. Wilson's "Lophelia 1700 to 2000", 2. Bruce G. Hatcher and Rober t E. Scheibling's "What Determines Whether Deep-water Corals Build Reefs: Do Shallow Reef Models Apply?", 3. Maya Borel Best's "Some Notes on the Terms 'Deep-sea Ahermatypic' and 'Azooxanthellate', Illustrated by the Coral Genus Madracis", 4. Stephen D. Cairns and Ralph E. Chapman's "Biogeographic Affinities of the North Atlantic Deep-water Scleractinia", 5. Kevin MacIsaac, Cynthia Bourbonnais, Ellen Kenchington, Donald Gordon Jr., and Susan Gass's "Observations on the Occurrence and Habitat Preference of Corals in Atlantic Canada", 6. Leonardo Tunesi, Giovanni Diciacco, and Giulia Mo's "Observations by Submersible on the Biocoenosis of the Deep-sea Corals off Portofino Promontory (Northwestern Mediterranean Sea)", 7. Robert Stone and BruceWing's "Growth and Recruitment of an Alaskan Shallow-water Gorgonian", 8. Anthony J. Grehan and Andre Freiwald's "The Atlantic Coral Ecosystem Study (ACES): Forging a New Partnership between Scientists and Principal Stakeholders", 9. Kenneth J. Krieger's "Coral (Primnoa) Impacted by Fishing Gear inthe Gulf of Alaska", 10. David Witherell and Cathy Coon's "Protecting Gorg onian Corals off Alaska from Fishing Impacts", 11. Don E. McAllister and Noel Alfonso's "The Distribution and Conservation of Deep-water Corals on Canada's West Coast", 12. Christopher A. Miller's "Marine Protected Area Framework for Deep-sea Coral Conservation", 13. Mark Butler and Susan Gass's "How to Protect Corals in Atlantic Canada", 14. Derek P. Jones and J.H. MartinWillison's "The Role of the Canadian Ocean Habitat Protection Society in D eep-sea Ccoral Education and Conservation Advocacy in Nova Scotia", 15. Penny Doherty, Rayleen Brosha, Katherine Barrett, Melissa Watkins, Rosalie Galante, Derek Davis, and Mark Butler's "Nova Scotia's Corals and Canyons Kit:Getting the Word Out", 16. Susan Feindel's "Speculations and Intersections : Canada's Eastern Continental Shelf", 17. "Abstracts of Symposium Papers Published in Hydrobiologia". Very good. 35.00

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