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©PROJECT OCEANOGRAPHY FALL 1999 FISH ECOLOGY 85 REFERENCES References: ***A Bouillabaisse of Fish Facts. This site is FUN, FUN, FUN!*** http://www.wh.whoi.edu/faq/index.html Interested in aquatic or marine fish? Simply go to your search engine and type in the words ‘aquatic fish’, or ‘marine fish’. This will lead you to many different links and resources for a lot of information. If you know the name of a fish that you would like to know more about, merely type in the name of the fish you want to know more about, and the search engine will lead you in the right direction. Dictionary of Icthyological terms on the web: http://www.biology.ualberta.ca/jackson.hp/iwr/reference/dictionary/ind ex.html Bond, C.E. 1979. Biology of Fishes. Saunders College Publishing, Philadelphia. 513pp. Encarta 98 Encyclopedia. Microsoft 1998 Edition Greely, T., ed. 1998. Field Guide for the Oceanography Camp, University of South Florida, St. Petersburg, FL 200pp. Robins, C.R., Ray, G.C., and Douglas J.
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