Oceanography of the Southern African region

  • F. A. Shillington

Abstract

In order to understand the habitat and distribution of the fishes of southern Africa, it is important to outline the physical oceanography of this region.

Keywords

Depression Europe Foam Phytoplankton Beach 

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Further reading

  1. BRANCH, G. M. and M. L. BRANCH. 1981. The Living Shores of Southern Africa. C. Struik, Cape Town, 272 pp.Google Scholar
  2. HARRIS, T. F. W. 1978. “Review of coastal currents in southern African waters”. SANCOR REPORT 30, CSIR, Pretoria, 103 pp.Google Scholar

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  1. BANG, N. D. 1970. “Major eddies and frontal structures in the Agulhas Current retroflexion area in March 1969”. Symposium on Oceanography in S. A., CSIR.Google Scholar
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© J.L.B. Smith Institute of Ichthyology, Grahamstown 1986

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