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The Szczecin Lagoon Ecosystem The Biotic Community of the Great Lagoon and its Food Web Model

Monograph
By: Norbert Wolnomiejski(Author), Zbigniew Witek(Author)
294 pages, 78 tables
Publisher: De Gruyter
The Szczecin Lagoon Ecosystem
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The Great Lagoon is a central part of the Szczecin Lagoon, a major component in the Odra River estuary system. It is also an important European natural heritage site and one of the largest resting places for migratory birds in the Baltic Sea area.

The first part of Wolnomiejski's and Witek's book – The Szczecin Lagoon Ecosystem – gives a thorough overview of the most up-to-date knowledge of this region, including the assessment of its biological production. Based on these findings authors develop a food web model of the Polish part of the Szczecin Lagoon, identifying a total of 45 trophic-functional components.

The model describes a variety of features ranging from the magnitude of consumption, to the amount of unassimilated food and export of individual system components, and serves as an invaluable source, helping researchers to estimate various ecological indicators of The Great Lagoon's ecosystem.

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Monograph
By: Norbert Wolnomiejski(Author), Zbigniew Witek(Author)
294 pages, 78 tables
Publisher: De Gruyter
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