Marine Ecological Processes
A derivative of the Encyclopedia of Ocean SciencesEdited by
- John Steele, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
- Steve Thorpe, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, and Bangor University, U.K.
- Karl Turekian, Yale University, Connecticut, USA
Marine Ecological Processes is a derivative of the Encyclopedia of Ocean Sciences, 2nd Edition and serves as an important reference on current knowledge and expertise in one convenient and accessible source. The selected articlesâall written by experts in their fieldâfocus on ecosystem structure, ecological processes, and the forcing of these systems by external stresses, principally climate and fisheries related. Marine Ecological Processes serves as an ideal reference for topical research.
professionals, researchers, and graduate students in the marine sciences
Paperback, 640 Pages
Published: September 2010
Imprint: Academic Press
Introduction, 1. Ecosystem structure, 2. Coastal Regimes, 3. Food web processes, 4. Climate Impacts, 5. Fisheries, 6. Mariculture, 7. Methods of analysis, 8. Ecological Models, Appendices