ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS to the 1st edition (1979)
The full report has taken over eight years to complete, during
which period many new and important advances in marine chemistry have been made. We are indebted to all of our colleagues and associates throughout the World for all the information given or sent to us over this
In its formative stage invaluable assistance was given by the Library of the Marine Biological Association at Plymouth and Mr.J. B. Clark
of St. Michael, Barbados.
In addition to the works mentioned in the
information from the following sources was consulted .
Messrs. British Drug Houses of Parkstone, Poole, Dorset (Laboratory Chemicals Catalogues
Messrs. C. M. E. Group, London. (for financial support.)
the late Mr. R. P. L. Straughan , Coral Reef Exhibits. U. S. A.
Messrs. Griffin & George Ltd. U. K.
Messrs. Pettish Publications of London.
Messrs. T. F. H. Publications. New Jersey, U. S. A.
Synthetic seawaters in 1970
Below is reproduced an advertisement from PetFish monthly,
February 1970 which advertises both standard and specialist seawaters for sale
based on the Clark-Jennings formulaediscussed in the text
Our thanks are also extended to those many other individuals not mentioned
here who gave freely of both their time and facilities at their own expense in the course of this report's preparation.
Synthetic Seawaters for Aquaria and Laboratories, biology, marine
aquarium water, seawaters, artificial, seawater, chemistry, Laboratories, oceanography, formula, recipe, formulae,
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