Labyrinth of doom: a device to minimize the "swimmer' component in sediment trap collections

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Coale, K. H. (1990). Labyrinth of doom: a device to minimize the "swimmer' component in sediment trap collections. Limnology & Oceanography, 35(6), 1376-1381.
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TitleLabyrinth of doom: a device to minimize the "swimmer' component in sediment trap collections
AuthorsH. Coale
AbstractThe device consists of a series of funnels which concentrate passively sinking material into a central collection tube, whereas swimmers are distributed randomly between the inner and outer collection tubes.
JournalLimnology & Oceanography
Date1990
Start page1376
End page1381
Subjectsdeep sea, sediment trap, sinking particle, swimmer fraction, zooplankton

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