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Chapter 3. Biodiversity of marine habitats - 3.1 Characteristics of marine environments. In: Biological Diversity in Namibia: A Country Study. Ed. P Barnard. pp. 189-190. Namibian National Biodiversity Task Force, Windhoek


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Chapter 3. Biodiversity of marine habitats - 3.1 Characteristics of marine environments.

Year: 1998

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Chapter 3. Biodiversity of marine habitats - 3.6 Measures to counter threats to biodiversity. In: Biological Diversity in Namibia: A Country Study. Ed. P Barnard. pp. 213-220. Namibian National Biodiversity Task Force, Windhoek
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