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Deep water populations of Halimeda in the economy of an atoll | article
Hillis-Colinvaux L (1986)
Bull Mar Sci 38:155-169
Diversity and spatial pattern of coral communities in the Red Sea upper twilight zone | article
Fricke HW, Knauer B (1986)
Oecologia 71:29-37

Reef corals of Johnston Atoll: one of the world's most isolated reefs | article
Maragos JE, Jokiel PL (1986)
Coral Reefs 4:141-150

Geology and biological zonation of the reef slope, 50-360 m depth at Enewetak Atoll, Marshall Islands | article
Colin PL, Devaney DM, Hillis-Colinvaux L, Suchanek TH, Harrison JT III (1986)
Bull Mar Sci 38:111-128
Cruise Report R/V Seward Johnson. A submersible survey of the continental slope of Puerto Rico and the U. S. Virgin Islands | report
Nelson WR, Appeldoorn RS (1985)

Deep water macroalgal communities: a comparison between Penguin Bank, Hawaii, and Johnston Atoll | article
Agegian CR, Abbott IA (1985)
Proc 5th Int Coral Reef Symp 5:45-57
Deepest known plantlife discovered on an uncharted seamount | article
Littler MM, Littler DS, Blair SM, Norris JN (1985)
Science 227:57-59

Depth limits of Bermudan scleractinian corals: a submersible survey | article
Fricke H, Meischner D (1985)
Mar Biol 88:175-187

Scleractinian coral recruitment patterns at Salt River submarine canyon, St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands | article
Rogers CS, Fitz III HC, Gilnack M, Beets J, Hardin J (1984)
Coral Reefs 3:69-76

The depth limits of Red Sea Stony corals: An ecophysiological problem (A deep diving survey by submersible) | article
Fricke HW, Schuhmacher H (1983)
PSZNI Mar Ecol 4:163-194

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