Russian Journal of Marine Biology, Vol. 26, No. 4, 2000, pp. 308-309. Original Russian Text Copyright 0 2000by Biologiya Moo,a, Vinogradov. REVIEW Leiden, Netherlands: Backhuys Publishers, 1999, 1705 pp.) A very interesting and necessary book to marine result, the book has 41 authors from 16 countries, four biologists, the atlas Zooplankton of South Atlantic was of which are from Russia. issued at the end of 1999, edited by Professor Demetrio The key does not include species keys. The book Boltovskoy (Argentina). The book was published in begins with a long and very useful chapter that reviews two volumes, but only for technical reasons, as the text the currents and water masses of the South Atlantic and is uniform. Apparently, it would be inconvenient to considers the biological features of their planktonic work with one volume of such thickness (1705 pages of communities (linked to the hydrological environment, 19.5 � 26 cm format) and mass (more than 4 kg). seasonal prevalence, quantitative distribution, biodiver- sity, etc.). The chapters on large taxonomic groups all The book is remarkable in many respects. First of contain a brief introduction with general remarks on the all, there are the keys, brief descriptions, and figures
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