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Coral (Madrepora oculata) in respiration chambers  where scientists determine oxygen consumption using optical sensors, Norway, September 2011. Photo taken in cooperation with GEOMAR coldwater coral r... - Solvin Zankl / GEOMAR
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Solvin Zankl / GEOMAR / Coral (Madrepora oculata) in respiration chambers where scientists determine oxygen consumption using optical sensors, Norway, September 2011. Photo taken in cooperation with GEOMAR coldwater coral r...
Dr. Hennige (right) and Dr. Roberts (left) from Heriot-Watt University seal a respiration chamber to assess metabolism of cold water coral (Madrepora oculata), Norway, September 2011, editorial use on... - Solvin Zankl / GEOMAR
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Solvin Zankl / GEOMAR / Dr. Hennige (right) and Dr. Roberts (left) from Heriot-Watt University seal a respiration chamber to assess metabolism of cold water coral (Madrepora oculata), Norway, September 2011, editorial use on...
The cold water coral Madrepora oculata in respiration chambers ready for experimentation, Norway, September 2011. Photo taken in cooperation with GEOMAR coldwater coral research project - Solvin Zankl / GEOMAR
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Solvin Zankl / GEOMAR / The cold water coral Madrepora oculata in respiration chambers ready for experimentation, Norway, September 2011. Photo taken in cooperation with GEOMAR coldwater coral research project
Deepsea Solitary coral {Madreporaria sp} Mid-Atlantic Ridge, North Atlantic Ocean - David Shale
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David Shale / Deepsea Solitary coral {Madreporaria sp} Mid-Atlantic Ridge, North Atlantic Ocean
Deepsea Solitary coral {Madreporaria sp} Mid-Atlantic Ridge, North Atlantic Ocean - David Shale
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David Shale / Deepsea Solitary coral {Madreporaria sp} Mid-Atlantic Ridge, North Atlantic Ocean