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Abe, Y., 286“289 Biomass, 84“90, 93“95, 96, 98, 99“113, 138,
Abundance 139, 172
absolute, 13 as a ratio scale measure, 86
relative, 3, 14, 32 as an ordinal scale measure, 107, 108
Accuracy, 13, 108 Bobrowsky, P. T., 51 , 52, 302“305
Actual number of individuals (ANI), 39, Brain, C. K., 237, 275
71 Braun, D. R., 287, 292
Adams, B. J., 127, 130 Breitburg, E., 54
Adams, W. R., 39“41 , 57“58, 119 Broad spectrum, 179
Adams™s dilemma, 58, 70, 78, 80 Broughton, J. M., 137, 205, 208, 258, 303
Aggregate, 16, 70, 77, 78, 113, 123, 133 Brown, E. R., 87
de¬ned, 67 Bunn, H. T., 218, 219“220, 280, 285

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