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Diversity and Function in Mangrove Ecosystems Proceedings of Mangrove Symposia held in Toulouse, France 9-10 July, 1997 and 8-10 July, 1998

Proceedings
Series: Developments in Hydrobiology Volume: 145
Edited By: Richard S Dodd
142 pages, B/w photos, illus, figs, tabs, maps
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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Brings together papers from two recent international symposia on the mangrove ecosystem and provides an outline of future directions in mangrove research considered to be urgent by prominent mangrove scientists.

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Preface. A case of natural selection in Atlantic-East-Pacific Rhizophora; Z. Afzal-Rafii, et al. Genetic differentiation between Brugueira gymnorhiza and B. sexangula in Sri Lanka; P.D. Abeysinghe, et al. Faunal zonation and assemblages in the Pacific Colombian mangroves; J.R. Cantera, et al. Impact of ecological factors on the regeneration of mangroves in the Cienaga Grande de Santa Marta, Colombia; C. Elster, et al. Mangrove rehabilitation: choice and necessity; C.D. Field. Phenological patterns of Rhizophora L., Avicennia L. and Laguncularia Gaertn. f. in Amazonian mangrove swamps; M.E.B. Fernandes. Red mangrove (Rhizophora mangle L.) litter fall response to selective pruning Indian River Lagoon, Florida, U.S.A.; R.W. Parkinson, et al. Breakdown of mangrove leaf litter in a managed mangrove forest in Peninsular Malaysia; E.C. Ashton, et al. Insect herbivory on mangrove leaves in Guadeloupe: effects on biomass and mineral content; E. Saur, et al. Mangrove-saltmarsh dynamics on a bay-head delta in the Hawkesbury River estuary, New South Wales, Australia; N. Saintilan, T.R. Hashimoto. Natural spatial dynamics of mangals through their margins: diagnostic elements; J.-M. Lebigre. Mangrove dynamics in the Rivieres du Sud area, West Africa: an ecogeographic approach; F. Bertrand. Mangrove mapping in North-Western Madagascar using SPOT-XS and SIR-C radar data; V. Pasqualini, et al.

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Proceedings
Series: Developments in Hydrobiology Volume: 145
Edited By: Richard S Dodd
142 pages, B/w photos, illus, figs, tabs, maps
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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