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Introduction to Topic 3.1: From taxonomy to patterns and processes - the problem of "classical taxonomist guild extinction" and the need to advance biodiversity research in the Black Sea
Moncheva, S. (2004). Introduction to Topic 3.1: From taxonomy to patterns and processes - the problem of "classical taxonomist guild extinction" and the need to advance biodiversity research in the Black Sea, in: Magni, P. et al. (Ed.) Electronic conference on 'The Southern and Eastern Mediterranean Sea and the Black Sea: new challenges for marine biodiversity research and monitoring': summary of discussions, 6 to 24 September, 2004. pp. 44-46
In: Magni, P. et al. (Ed.) (2004). Electronic conference on 'The Southern and Eastern Mediterranean Sea and the Black Sea: new challenges for marine biodiversity research and monitoring': summary of discussions, 6 to 24 September, 2004. Flanders Marine Institute (VLIZ): Oostende. VIII, 108 pp., more

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