Reproduction, Larval Biology, and Recruitment of the Deep-Sea Benthos

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This study explores the most fundamental biological processes in the largest and least understood habitat on earth- the deep sea. The fifteen chapters assemble an impressive list of contributers, including prominent reproductive biologists, oceanographers, and larval ecologists, to illuminate the many levels of biological integration from the cell to the community, and covering most major phyla of marine invertebrates.

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The fifteen chapters which comprise this study explore the most fundamental biological processes in the largest and least understood habitat on earth- the deep sea.

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Craig M. Young has served regularly on the Biological Oceanography panel of NSF and is the editor ofField Inferences in Larval Zoology.

Kevin J. Eckelbarger is editorial advisor for Transactions of the American Microscopical Society.

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