Anchialine Pools — Comparative Hydrobiology View Full Text


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DATE

1985

AUTHORS

Francis D. Por

ABSTRACT

The term “anchialine pools” was first used by L. B. Holthuis, in his H. Steinitz Memorial Lecture of April 1973 at the Steinitz Marine Biology Laboratory in Elat. It was first published in October of the same year (Holthuis 1973). “Anchialos” meaning in Greek “near the sea”, the new term stands for “pools with no surface connection, containing salt or brackish water, which fluctuates with the tide”. More... »

PAGES

136-144

Book

TITLE

Hypersaline Ecosystems

ISBN

978-3-642-70292-1
978-3-642-70290-7

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