Identifying Marine Phytoplankton
- Carmelo Tomas, Florida Marine Research Institute, St. Petersburg, U.S.A.
Advanced graduate students, faculty and researchers in marine science, marine ecology, and oceanography, micropaleontology and related disciplines involved with the identification of marine phytoplankton. This group includesnon-specialists in government agencies assessing the health of marine ecosystems. Fisheries scientists, aquaculturists, and oil companies.
- Published: June 1997
- Imprint: ACADEMIC PRESS
- ISBN: 978-0-12-693018-4
"An essential reference book for anyone interested in phytoplankton."
--Joerg-Henner Lotze in NORTHEASTERN NATURALIST (2001)
"The methodology for cultivation and microscopy specific to each group will be useful for all readers. ...this book is highly recommended for faculty, professionals, and all upper-division undergraduate and graduate students."
"The editing of the volume is generally excellent... Identifying Marine Phytoplankton is absolutely necessary for anyone who works with phyto- or zooplankton."
--AMERICAN GEOPHYSICAL UNION
"This weighty tome is a paperback version of the combined hardbacks
--Richard W. Jordan in BMS NEWSLETTER OF MICROPALAEONTOLOGY
"Each [chapter] must rank as a major monograph ... this volume will become indispensable for anyone involved in identification of phytoplankton. All contributors must be congratulated..."
--ZOOLOGICAL JOURNAL OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY
"Now, at last, we have a book, focused on phytoplankton, in which known species are listed and a substantial number of the important species are described ... [this] nicely produced book packs a lot of information into its 263 pages and will make a welcome addition to the library of anyone working on microbial food webs as well as phytoplankton taxonomy."
--LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY (1994)