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Academic & Professional Books  Marine & Freshwater Biology  Aquatic

Biophysics of the Surface Microlayer of Aquatic Ecosystems

By: Michail I Gladyshev
148 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: IWA Publishing
Biophysics of the Surface Microlayer of Aquatic Ecosystems
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Introduction: Surface films and microlayers Thermophysics of the surface film of water Aeration through the surface film Films of surfactants at the water surface Hydrochemistry of the surface microlayer of natural water bodies Neustonology Conclusion

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By: Michail I Gladyshev
148 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: IWA Publishing
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Biophysics of the Surface Microlayer of Aquatic Ecosytems Michail I. Gladyshev "The present book is an attempt to describe the surface film of aquatic ecosystem from a hydroecological point of view. Although the book is intended primarily to introduce essential physical surface film phenomena to biologists, it will also contribute to a better interdisciplinary understanding and will be of interest for non-biological investigators dealing with the surface of natural bodies." International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry, Vol 82, 2002 Joesph M. Bayona, Barcelona, Spain

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