In August 1973 some 15 scientists from CSIRO’s Division of Fisheries and Oceanography, and from several other organizations, began a study aimed at understanding the flow of carbon through various biological and chemical compartments in a small marine embayment: the South West Arm of Port Hacking (located about 30 km south of the center of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia: Fig. 1).
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- Carbon Flow within the South West Arm of Port Hacking (N.S.W., Australia)
R. R. Parker
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg