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Long-Term UVR Effects Upon Phytoplankton Natural Communities of Patagonian Coastal Waters

By Silvana R. Halac, Virginia E. Villafañe, Rodrigo J. Gonçalves and E. Walter Helbling

Submitted: October 24th 2010Reviewed: March 31st 2011Published: September 6th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/17910

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Silvana R. Halac, Virginia E. Villafañe, Rodrigo J. Gonçalves and E. Walter Helbling (September 6th 2011). Long-Term UVR Effects Upon Phytoplankton Natural Communities of Patagonian Coastal Waters, Biomass and Remote Sensing of Biomass Islam Atazadeh, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/17910. Available from:

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