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Marine Environmental Research, ISSN 0141-1136, 12/2016, Volume 122, p. 196
The influence of wrack on sandy beach communities is well-documented but its effect on bare sediments located immediately beyond its edge has not yet been... 
Studies | Beetles | Small scale | Spatial discrimination | Beaches | Surveying | Sediments | Environmental monitoring | Aquatic crustaceans | Monitoring
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12/2016, International Historical Statistics, 4996
International Historical Statistics; 1750-2010 3-volume set is the latest edition of the most authoritative collection of statistics available. Updated to 2010... 
Statistics-History | Statistics | Statistics, general | History, general
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Journal of Sea Research, ISSN 1385-1101, 07/2017, Volume 125, pp. 26 - 33
Most literature suggests that sandy beach macrobenthic communities are structured by physical factors. However, an aspect that has not been studied in detail... 
Backshore features | Sandy beaches | Atlantic Canada | Macrobenthos | Erosion | MACROINFAUNA | AMPHIPODS | PATTERNS | MORPHODYNAMICS | ABUNDANCE | SEA-LEVEL RISE | MARINE & FRESHWATER BIOLOGY | OCEANOGRAPHY | MACROFAUNA COMMUNITIES | DIVERSITY | IMPACTS | MORPHOLOGY | Analysis | Sand dunes | Food supply
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Journal of Sea Research, ISSN 1385-1101, 08/2012, Volume 72, pp. 28 - 37
Patches of stranded macrophytes (wrack) are a distinctive feature of sandy beaches worldwide and a potential food subsidy for their resident communities.... 
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Marine Environmental Research, ISSN 0141-1136, 12/2016, Volume 122, pp. 196 - 200
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01/2012, ISBN 049494059X
Sandy beaches on the north shore of Prince Edward Island (PEI) are associated with three main shoreline types: sand dunes, glacial till bluffs and sandstone... 
Zoology | Ecology
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EJC Supplements, ISSN 1359-6349, 2006, Volume 4, Issue 2, pp. 153 - 153
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EJC Supplements, ISSN 1359-6349, 2004, Volume 2, Issue 3, pp. 77 - 77
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01/2012, ISBN 049494059X, Volume 51, Issue 6
Sandy beaches on the north shore of Prince Edward Island (PEI) are associated with three main shoreline types: sand dunes, glacial till bluffs and sandstone... 
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EJC Supplements, ISSN 1359-6349, 2006, Volume 4, Issue 2, pp. 130 - 130
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British Journal of Surgery, ISSN 0007-1323, 12/2018, Volume 105, Issue 13, pp. 1778 - 1792
Background Therapeutic mammaplasty, which combines breast reduction and mastopexy techniques with tumour excision, may extend the boundaries of... 
MASTECTOMY | SURGERY | WOMEN | QUALITY | WIDE LOCAL EXCISION | CONSERVATION SURGERY | REDUCTION MAMMAPLASTY | BREAST-CONSERVING SURGERY | SINGLE-INSTITUTION | CANCER SURGERY | 20-YEAR FOLLOW-UP | Health aspects | Analysis | Mammaplasty
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