Proceedings of the 31st Symposium of the Estuarine and Coastal Sciences Association (ECSA) held in Bilbao, Spain, 3-7 July 2000. This volume focuses on the nutrient and organic matter inputs in estuaries and other coastal ecosystems, their effects on geochemistry and community structure and possibilities for recovery of the systems to a trophic state that is beneficial for man and nature.
Preface. The Estuarine and coastal Sciences Association (ECSA). Introductory paper. Causes, historical development, effects and future challenges of a common environmental problem: eutrophication; V.N. de Jonge, et al. Hydrodynamic control of chemical and biological processes. Modern foraminiferal record of alternating open and restricted environmental conditions in the Santo Andre lagoon, S.W. Portugal; A. Cearreta, et al. Nutrient inputs to the Irish Sea: temporal and spatial perspectives; K. Kennington, et al. Nutrient-enhanced productivity in the northern Gulf of Mexico: past, present and future; N.N. Rabalais, et al. Potential modification of the fluxes of nitrogen from the Humber estuary catchment (UK) to the North Sea in response to changing agricultural inputs and climate patterns; A.D. Tappin, et al. Methods and approaches to assess and control estuarine and coastal eutrophication. Estimation of ecological energy using weighing parameters determined from DNA contents of organisms -- A case study; J.C. Fonseca, et al. Trophic status based on nutrient concentration scales and primary producers community of tropical coastal lagoons influenced by groundwater discharges; J.A. Herrera-Silveira, et al. "Ferry-Boxes" and data stations for the improved monitoring and resolution of eutrophication related processes: application in Southampton Water UK, a temperate latitude hypernutrified estuary; S.E. Holley, D.J. Hydes. Identifying "hot spots" of biological and anthropogenic activity in two Irish estuaries using means and frequencies; M.P. Johnson, et al. Distribution patterns of nutrients and symptoms of eutrophication in the Rio de la Plata River Estuary System; G.J. Nagy, et al. Baseline study of soft bottom benthic assemblages in the Bay of Santander (Gulf of Biscay); A. Puente, et al. Chemical fluxes between and within ecosystems. Nutrient (N, P, Si) fluxes between marine sediments and water column in coastal and open Adriatic; A. Baric, et al. Nitrogen fluxes and budget seasonality in the Ria Vigo (NW Iberian Peninsula); R. Prego. The winter and summer partitioning of dissolved nitrogen and phosphorus. Observations across the Irish Sea during 1997 en 1998; T.M. Shammon, R.G. Hartnoll. Long-term changes in Wadden Sea nutrient cycles: importance of organic matter import from the North Sea; J.E.E. van Beusekom, V.N. de Jonge. Particulate inputs to Dublin Bay and to the South Lagoon, Bull Island; J.G. Wilson, et al. Modelling of estuaries and coastal waters. A model for predicting the temporal evolution of dissolved oxygen concentration in shallow estuaries; A. Garcia, et al. Modelling the faecal coliform concentrations in the Bilbao estuary; J.M. Garcia-Barcina, et al. Simulating vertical water mixing in homogeneous estuaries: the Sado estuary case; F. Martins, et al. Mathematical modelling as a management tool for water quality control of the tropical Beberibe estuary, NE Brazil; C.H.A. Ribeiro, M. Araujo. The prediction of nutrients into estuaries and their subsequent behaviour: application to the Tamar and comparison with the Tweed, UK; R.J. Uncles, et al. Pelagic and benthic metabolism and trophic pathways. Seasonal change in the proportion of bacterial and phytoplankton production along a salinity gradient in a shallow estuary; M.A. Almeida, et al. The planktonic food web structure of a temperate zone estuary, and its alteration due to eutrophication; G.M. Capriulo, et al. The feeding strategy of the dunlin (Calidris alpina L.) in artificial and non-artificial habitats at Ria de Aveiro, Portugal; A. Luis, et al. Short-term variations in the physiological state of phytoplankton in a shallow temperate estuary; I. Madariaga. Evidence of a planktonic food web response to changes in nutrient input dynamics in the Mar Menor coastal lagoon, Spain; A. Perez-Ruzafa, et al. Management and restoration of coastal systems. Some ecological properties in relation to eutrophication in the Baltic Sea; E. Bondsdorff, et al. Evaluation of the nutrient inputs to a coastal lagoon: the case of the Ria de Aveiro, Portugal; J. Figueiredo da Silva, et al. Evaluation of a eutrophic coastal lagoon ecosystem from the study of bottom sediments; F. Frascari, et al. Consequences of point and non-point source phosphorous loads on Thau coastal lagoon water quality over 25 years (Mediterranean Sea, France); I. La Jeunesse, J.M. Deslous-Paoli. Nutrients related to the hydrologic regime in the coastal lagoons of Viladecans (NE Spain); J.R. Lucena, et al. Filling of a wetland (Seine estuary, France): natural eutrophication or anthropogenic process? A sedimentological and geochemical study of wetland organic sediments; V. Mesnage, et al. Response of pelagic and benthic organisms to eutrophication. The effects of macroalgal cover on the spatial distribution of macrobenthic invertebrates: the effect of macroalgal morphology; S.G. Bolam, T.F. Fernandes. Importance of discards of the beam trawl fishery as input of organic matter into nursery areas within the Tagus estuary; H.N. Cabral, et al. The intertidal soft-bottom infaunal macrobenthos in three Basque estuaries (Gulf of Biscay): a feeding guild approach; L. Garcia-Arberas, A. Rallo. "In vitro" and "in situ" decomposition of nuisance macroalgae Cladophora glomerata and Pilayella littoralis; T. Paalme, et al. Late holocene pollution in the Gernika estuary (southern Bay of Biscay) evidenced by the study of Foraminifera and Ostracoda; A. Pascual, et al. Planktonic chlorophyll a and eutrophication in two mediterranean littoral systems (Mallorca Island, Spain); M. Puigserver, et al. Physiological response of Spisula Subtruncata (da Costa, 1778) to different seston quantity and quality; J.L. Rueda, A.C. Smaal. Management issues. The management of nutrients and potential eutrophication in estuaries and other restricted water bodies; M. Elliott, V.N. de Jonge.
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