|Statement||described by members of the expedition. Edited by Anton F. Bruun [and others] Translated from the Danish by Reginald Spink|
|Contributions||Bruun, Anton Frederik, 1901-1961|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||296|
Deep-seeExpedition by Claude E. ZoBell Professor of Marine Microbiology, Emer1tus Scripps Institution ofExpedition W8S to determine the greatest (DSlic depths at which living orgEllisms occur. Emphasis was on animals living in. Get this from a library! [Galatheas jordomsejling ] The Galathea Deep Sea Expedition, Edited by Anton F. Bruun, Sv. Greve, Hakon Mielche and Ragnar Spärck. Translated by Reginald Spink. [With illustrations and a map.]. Danske dybhavsekspedition jorden rundt, Galathea Deep Sea Expedition, London, Allen and Unwin [©] (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Anton Frederick Bruun; Reginald Spink. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. The Galathea Deep Sea Expedition, , described by members of the expedition by Danske dybhavsekspedition jorden rundt (); Bruun, Anton Frederick,
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The Galathea Deep Sea Expedition, , described by members of the expedition. By. Danske dybhavsekspedition jorden rundt Bruun, Anton Frederick, Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. New York:Macmillan, Subjects. Galathea Report. Volume 3: Scientific Results of the Danish Deep-Sea Expedition Round the World Contains areticles on the anatomy of Neopilina (Mollusca Tryblidiacea) and eyes of Ipnops murrayi on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Galathea Report. Volume 3: Scientific Results of the Danish Deep-Sea Expedition Round the World Manufacturer: Danish Science Press, Copenhagen, Denmark. The sea monster played an important part in launching the Danish Galathea Deep Sea Expedition of Part scientific object, part media darling and part fundraising strategy, the sea. Database of the specimens from the Galathea II, Danish Deep-Sea Expedition Round the World , published in Galathea Report , Copenhagen The published specimens are deposited in the collections of ZMUC, Copenhagen.