Charles Atwood Kofoid working at his home in Berkeley, California, where he was on the faculty at UC Berkeley. Kofoid was a central figure in establishing the Marine Biological Station of San Diego (later becoming Scripps Institution of Oceanography). Kofoid is best known for his work on dinoflagellates and tintinnids
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