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Southern Baltic Coastal Systems Analysis

Series: Ecological Studies Volume: 246
By: Hendrik Schubert(Editor), Felix Müller(Editor), Franciscus Colijn(Foreword By)
387 pages, colour photos, colour & b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
Southern Baltic Coastal Systems Analysis
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  • Southern Baltic Coastal Systems Analysis ISBN: 9783031136818 Hardback Feb 2023 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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This book gives an overall analysis of the current knowledge status about structures, functions, and utilization of German Baltic coast ecosystems. The main focus of this book is on the aquatic area, but land/sea interactions as well as river outfalls are included as well.

A characteristic of this book is the inclusion of social science aspects. Approximately one-third of its extent will be about ecosystem services. In this segment, the results of the last 6 years are presented in which a comprehensive quantification of the social relevance of ecosystems was carried out covering the entire area of the German Baltic Sea. This part builds directly on the results of scientific investigations and is in relation to social ideals. The assessment will not only be economical and ethical but also the mechanisms that are used for the valorisation of the ecosystem services will be evaluated.

Both sub-areas, the classic natural science part as well as the part of social science aspects, deal with the changes caused by increasing anthropogenic influence and social (including demographic) changes. This will be among others in the sense of an exemplary historical outline.

The final chapter of the synthesis therefore not only presents a summary of the level of knowledge gained and a deduction of the research needs. It further contains a presentation of the application aspects resulting from the analysis of the social relevance gained from basic scientific research.

The book is aimed at scientists (and students) of natural, life and social sciences, analysing the functioning and structures of coastal ecosystems with regard to sustainable use and nature protection, including aspects of coastal protection. Besides, it is hoped to become a reference for all levels of decision-makers and stakeholders in coastal and marine management of the Baltic and North Sea region, providing also a blueprint for system analysis respecting societal as well as biological aspects worldwide.

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Hendrik Schubert is a Professor in Aquatic Ecology at the University of Rostock, Germany. His research interest is brackish water ecology with a focus on the ecophysiology of autotrophs. Since 1998 he is also working on the biogeography of aquatic macrophytes, exploiting their potential for bioindication of the ecological status of aquatic ecosystems. He has taught aquatic ecology at the Universities of Greifswald and Rostock for about 30 years.

Felix Müller has studied Biology and Geography at the Universities of Kiel and Regensburg. His PhD thesis about soil-geographical investigations on the fate of pesticides and nutrients in ecosystems was published in 1987. Since that time he worked at the Ecology Centre of the University of Kiel. Between 2010 and 2020 FM was affiliated as leader of the Department of Ecosystem Management at the Institute for Natural Resource Conservation of Kiel University, working on ecosystem theories, models and ecosystem services. In 2020 he retired. Müller has been editor of more than 20 books and special issues and has published more than 250 scientific papers. He was editor-in chief of the journal Ecological Indicators and a board member of a number of journals.

Series: Ecological Studies Volume: 246
By: Hendrik Schubert(Editor), Felix Müller(Editor), Franciscus Colijn(Foreword By)
387 pages, colour photos, colour & b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
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