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Nat. , 38(37):1-31. R. R. Metabolism and growth in Calanus erboreus in relation to its life J. Cons. bier, Davis, C. C. 1976 Overwintering planktic [sic] Cons. Perm. Davis, W. P. 1966 Observations hypcy- Int, 153:190-197. strategies of common copepods in some north Norway fjords Astarte, 9:37-42. on the and sounds. biology of the Dearborn, J. H. 1977 Foods and feeding characteristics Antarctic asteroids and ophiuroids. D. C. Zamer waters, of D. bispinosus, of In G. A. ), Adaptations within Antarctic ecosystems: Proceedings of the Third SCAR Symposium on Antarctic Biology, pp.

The isohalines used are from a horizontal surface at 100 m [from Gordon and cumpolar gence drawn by Deacon [1937] and is generally marked by a 4 ø or 5øC surface temperature discontinuity and a salinity difference of Molinelli, 1982, Plate 2] rather than the surface at 200 m used by McGinnis [1974]; the 100-m isohalines follow fairly closely the Subtropical Convergence "line" of Deacon [19371, The isohalines tropical used to indicate Convergence are generally the Sub- located between 30øS and 40øS across most of the Pacific sector of the Southern Ocean.

The ranges of some of these southern transitional zone species may extend toward the found •here include species with horizontal distributions associated with the major envir- tropics in the Pacific ehstern boundary currents, ending in equatorial waters near 15øS hydrographicregions cited above. This liter- and Brinton, 1963; McGowan, 1971, 1974]. , 1983], copepods [Andrews, 1966; Voronina, 1968], euphausiids [John, 1936, Baker, 1959, 1965; Mart, 1962; Brinton, 1962], amphipods [Kane, [966; Hurly, species onmental boundaries involved ature includes studies on the in the five distributions of in the Peru Current 3.

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