Is there another, cheaper natural history of the deep sea? Can't Gage & Tyler be found in most
marine libraries? Is the paperback too expensive? Gage & Tyler is a good source of information; it is
not so useful as a textbook.
>>The best introduction to the natural history of the deep sea is the book
> >by Gage, J.D. & Tyler, P.A.,
> >1991, Deep-sea biology: a natural history of organisms at the deep-sea
> >floor. Cambridge University
> >Press, xvi + 504 pp.
> Really not convinced, except to through money away. Christian
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