Seventy-three papers covering present knowledge about the natural science of the Eastern Bering Sea Shelf. Volume I deals with geological, physical and chemical oceanography; Volume II concerns biological subjects.This figure is for coliform only, but marine ciliates can feed on Escherichia coli ( Mitchell 1972), and the redbeard ... That bacteria are important in arctic trophic levels is well illustrated by the research of Siebert et al. ... When bacteria colonize the leaves, the carbon /nitrogen ratio of the Spartina detritus is lowered to 11:1.
|Title||:||The Eastern Bering Sea Shelf|
|Author||:||Donald Wilbur Hood, John A. Calder|