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GLAUCUS
 ISSN  0963 9519 
  • The first issue of Glaucus was published in September 1990. Since then 25 issues have been produced. The last issue was the Millennium 2000 issue.
  • Glaucus is a magazine sized (A4) journal which contains about 48 pages packed full of information about British marine life. The Autumn/Winter 1996 issue contained over 33,500 words.
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  • The title Glaucus was chosen from the character in Greek mythology and it means the "colour of the sea". 

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Articles: Guide to Submissions
Glaucus: Topics
GLAUCUS (Myth)
Glaucus Opisthobranch (Image Quest photographs)


Sample Articles on the English Web Site

Basic Oceanography  by Amanda Young
Diving in Southern Ireland  with Peter Glanvill
From Rockpool to Aquaria  by Andy Horton
Lobster's Meal Time  by Len Nevell
Marine Biological Collector   by the late John Barker
Mass Mortality of the Heart Urchin  by Jane Lilley
Mass Stranding in Torbay   by Chris Proctor
Menai Strait:  Marine Nature Reserve  by Amanda Young
Rockpooling under Mumbles Pier  with Jim Hall
Sea Bass in Scotland  by Tony Taylor
Two Species of Lugworm   by Chris Everson
Whales & Dolphins   by Steve Savage

All material published in all editions of Glaucus and Shorewatch and on the Web Sites is copyright protected throughout the world. Reproduction in any form, including other Web Sites is prohibited unless prior permission is obtained. Links to the BMLSS pages are encouraged without prior permission. 



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 Full Page Mono £ 80.00
 Back Page 2-Colour £135.00
 Single column centimetre £ 25.00

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FIVE KINGDOMS TAXONOMIC INDEX TO BRITISH MARINE WILDLIFE
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