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First record of the potential nuisance alga codium fragile ssp. tomentosoides (chlorophyta, caulerpales) in Atlantic Canada
The green macroalga <i>Codium fragile ssp tomentosoides</i> was collected for the first time in Atlantic Canada at Graves Shoal, Mahone Bay, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia, in December 1991. Casual observations in this area ...
Columella edentula (draparnaud, 1805) (pupillidae). A new addition to Nova Scotia’s terrestrial molusc fauna
Four specimens of Columella edentula (Drapamaud, 1805) (Mollusca: Pupillidae), a snail species previously unreported in Nova Scotia, were collected in July 1995 near Garbarus Bay. This extends the species range into Nova ...
Ekman’s theory applied to water replacements on the Scotian shelf
(Imperial Publishing Co, Ltd., 1938)
Winter distribution of the common loon (gavia immer) and red-throated loon (gavia stellata) in the Bay of Fundy
Common loons (Gavia immer) and Red-throated loons (Gavia stellata) are shown to overwinter along the coastal zone of the Bay of Fundy. The Christmas Bird Count, a volunteer monitoring survey, was used to trace 30 year ...
Table of contents (v. 39, p. 1)
(Dalhousie Printing Centre, 1990-03)
Obituary: K.A. Harrison
President Reports 1993-96