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Ecological Comparisons of Sedimentary Shores

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Series: Ecological Studies Volume: 151
Edited By: K Reise
384 pages, Figs,tabs
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Ecological Comparisons of Sedimentary Shores
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  • Ecological Comparisons of Sedimentary Shores ISBN: 9783540412540 Hardback Dec 2001 Out of Print #121832
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Benthic Suspension Feeders in Coastal Mud and Sand * Dynamics of Spatial and Temporal Complexity in European and North American Soft-Bottom Mussel Beds * Suspension Feeders on Sandy Beaches * Switching Between Deposit and Suspension Feeding in Coastal Zoobenthos * Microphytobenthos in Contrasting Coastal Ecosystems * Sediment Dynamics by Bioturbating Organisms * Competitive Bioturbators on Intertidal Sand Flats in the European Wadden Sea and Ariake Sound in Japan * Biological and Physical Processes that Affect Saltmarsh Erosion and Saltmarsh Restoration * Common Structures and Properties of Seagrass Beds Fringing the Coasts of the World * The Leaf Canopy of Seagrass Beds: Faunal Community Structure and Function in a Salinity Gradient Along the Swedish Coast * Energy Flow in Benthic Assemblages of Tidal Basins: Ria Formosa (Portugal) and Sylt-Romo Bay (North Sea) Compared * Soft-Bottom Fauna of a Tropical and a Temperate Intertidal Area * etc.

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Out of Print
Series: Ecological Studies Volume: 151
Edited By: K Reise
384 pages, Figs,tabs
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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