By Hans Du Buf, Micha M Bayer
First e-book to accommodate computerized diatom identity. offers the required history info referring to diatom study, invaluable for either diatomists and non-diatomists.
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Automatic Diatom Identification (Series in Machine Perception & Artifical Intelligence) by Hans Du Buf, Micha M Bayer