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Estuarine Science A Synthetic Approach to Research and Practice

Edited By: John E Hobbie
539 pages, Illus, figs, tabs
Publisher: Island Press
Estuarine Science
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Contents: Macro-scale Models of Water and Nutrient Flux in the Coastal Zone; Effects of Sea Level Anomalies on Estuarine Processes; An Ecological Perspective on Estuarine Classification; Linking Biogeochemical Processes to Higher Trophic Levels; Habitat-Biotic Interactions; Scientific Synthesis in Estuarine Management.

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Estuarine synthesis - the key points in coastal ecological research; macro-scale models of water and nutrient flux to the coastal zone; effects of sea-level anomalies on estuarine processes; an ecological perspective on estuarine classification; linking biogeochemical processes to higher trophic levels; habitat-biotic interactions; scientific synthesis in estuarine management.

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Edited By: John E Hobbie
539 pages, Illus, figs, tabs
Publisher: Island Press
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