Student texts

Boney, A.D. (1989). Phytoplankton. 2nd edition. Studies in Biology. Cambridge University Press.

Newell, G.E. and Newell, R.C. (1977). Marine Plankton. A Practical Guide. Revised edition. London, Hutchinson. Sykes, J.B. (1981). An Illustrated Guide to the Diatoms of British Coastal Plankton. Field

Studies Council AIDGAP key. Reprinted from Field Studies, vol. 5 No. 3 (1981). Todd, C.D. and Laverack, M.S. (1991). Coastal Marine Zooplankton: a practical manual for students. Cambridge University Press. Wickstead, J.H. (1976). Marine Zooplankton. Studies in Biology, No. 62 London; Arnold. (Out of print but new edition under consideration by CUP.)

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