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Shark glowing in the dark, found in New Zealand

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In addition, many marine organisms have been found to emit light, but this is the first time that they have been confirmed with larger sharks.

Three species of deep-sea sharks that glow in the dark have recently been discovered in New Zealand.These sharks were released in January last year ... → Continue reading


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Bio oceanography

Bio oceanography(It ’s hard to hit,British: biological oceanography) IsBiology Focus on the process海A discipline that seeks to clarify the state of the West.[1][2][3][4]

Physiology of organisms in the oceanEcologyIt is often, if not strictly, distinguished from marine biology, which seeks to clarify.[5]Fishesな どA human OffoodWhen the sea as a place of production of potential organisms is emphasized, it is subdivided into fisheries oceanography.[6][7][8][9][10]

Biological oceanography research target organismsPhytoplankton,ZooplanktonAnd heterotrophicBacteria(Bacteria) are the main, fish andA whaleKind,MolluskThere are few studies on large animals such as.This is the population, species, and number of organisms in the ocean.Material cycleIn every aspect of its contribution tomicroorganismReflects that is the protagonist of marine life.

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  4. ^ Mills, EL (2012). Biological oceanography: An early history, 1870-1960. University of Toronto Press.
  5. ^ Barnes, H. (Ed.). (1999). Oceanography and marine biology. CRC Press.
  6. ^ KENDALL, AW, & Duker, GJ (1998). The development of recruitment fisheries oceanography in the United States. Fisheries Oceanography, 7 (2), 69-88.
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  9. ^ Santos, AMP (2000). Fisheries oceanography using satellite and airborne remote sensing methods: a review. Fisheries Research, 49 (1), 1-20.
  10. ^ Tokio Wada. (2016). Introduction to the Japanese Society of Fisheries Science. Journal of the Japanese Society of Fisheries Science, 82 (1), 51-51.

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