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Coral Reefs of the Red Sea

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By: Christian R Voolstra(Editor), Michael L Berumen(Editor)
168 pages, 31 colour & 5 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Coral Reefs of the Red Sea
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  • Coral Reefs of the Red Sea ISBN: 9783030058005 Hardback 2019 Available for pre-order : Due Jul 2019
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About this book

Coral Reefs of the Red Sea is a complete review and reference work for scientists, engineers, and students concerned with coral reefs in the Red Sea. It provides an up-to-date review on the geology, ecology, and physiology of coral reef ecosystems in the Red Sea, including data from most recent molecular studies. The Red Sea harbours a set of unique ecological characteristics, such as high temperature, high alkalinity, and high salinity, in a quasi-isolated environment. This makes it a perfect laboratory to study and understand adaptation in regard to the impact of climate change on marine ecosystems. This book can be used as a general reference, guide, or textbook.

Contents

1. The Red Sea: Environmental gradients shape a natural laboratory in a nascent ocean
2. Environmental Setting for Reef Building in the Red Sea
3. Ecophysiology of reef-building corals in the Red Sea
4. Microbial Communities of Red Sea Coral Reefs
5. Symbiodinium diversity in Red Sea coral reefs & coral bleaching
6. Sponges of the Red Sea
7. Corals of the Red Sea
8. Fishes and connectivity of Red Sea coral reefs

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Coming Soon
By: Christian R Voolstra(Editor), Michael L Berumen(Editor)
168 pages, 31 colour & 5 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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