Biological Oceanography

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  • Author : Charles B. Miller
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Pages : 480 pages
  • ISBN : 144433302X
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Biological Oceanography An Introduction

Biological Oceanography  An Introduction
  • Author : Carol Lalli,Timothy R. Parsons
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 10 April 1997
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This popular undergraduate textbook offers students a firm grounding in the fundamentals of biological oceanography. As well as a clear and accessible text, learning is enhanced with numerous illustrations including a colour section, thorough chapter summaries, and questions with answers and comments at the back of the book. The comprehensive coverage of this book encompasses the properties of seawater which affect life in the ocean, classification of marine environments and organisms, phytoplankton and zooplankton, marine food webs, larger marine animals (

Biological Oceanography

Biological Oceanography
  • Author : Charles B. Miller,Patricia A. Wheeler
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 21 May 2012
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This new edition of Biological Oceanography has been greatly updated and expanded since its initial publication in 2004. It presents current understanding of ocean ecology emphasizing the character of marine organisms from viruses to fish and worms, together with their significance to their habitats and to each other. The book initially emphasizes pelagic organisms and processes, but benthos, hydrothermal vents, climate-change effects, and fisheries all receive attention. The chapter on oceanic biomes has been greatly expanded and a new chapter reviewing

Biological Oceanography

Biological Oceanography
  • Author : Eric Mills
  • Publisher : University of Toronto Press
  • Release : 30 January 2012
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First published in 1989, Eric L. Mills’s comprehensive history of biological oceanography has been praised as ‘superb’ (BioScience) and ‘proof that history need not be dull’ (The Northern Mariner). This first history of the field, which chronicles the scientific work and creativity of its chief contributors, tells a riveting story that is far from narrowly scientific and thoroughly accessible to general readers. Mills shows how the work and ideas of the main actors are inseparable from some seemingly unrelated factors,

Biological Oceanography of the Baltic Sea

Biological Oceanography of the Baltic Sea
  • Author : Pauline Snoeijs-Leijonmalm,Hendrik Schubert,Teresa Radziejewska
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 04 April 2017
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This is the first comprehensive science-based textbook on the biology and ecology of the Baltic Sea, one of the world’s largest brackish water bodies. The aim of this book is to provide students and other readers with knowledge about the conditions for life in brackish water, the functioning of the Baltic Sea ecosystem and its environmental problems and management. It highlights biological variation along the unique environmental gradients of the brackish Baltic Sea Area (the Baltic Sea, Belt Sea

Introduction to the Physical and Biological Oceanography of Shelf Seas

Introduction to the Physical and Biological Oceanography of Shelf Seas
  • Author : John H. Simpson,Jonathan Sharples
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release : 29 March 2012
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In this exciting and innovative textbook, two leading oceanographers bring together the fundamental physics and biology of the coastal ocean in a quantitative but accessible way for undergraduate and graduate students. Shelf sea processes are comprehensively explained from first principles using an integrated approach to oceanography that helps build a clear understanding of how shelf sea physics underpins key biological processes in these environmentally sensitive regions. Using many observational and model examples, worked problems and software tools, the authors explain

Biological Oceanography

Biological Oceanography
  • Author : Carol M. Lalli,Timothy Richard Parsons
  • Publisher : Oxford ; New York : Pergamon Press
  • Release : 20 January 1993
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The comprehensive coverage of this book encompasses the properties of seawater which affect life in the ocean, classification of marine environments and organisms, phytoplankton and zooplankton, marine food webs, larger marine animals (marine mammals, seabirds and fish), life on the seafloor, and the way in which humans affect marine ecosystems. The second edition has been thoroughly updated, including much data available for the first time in a book at this level. There is also a new chapter on human impacts

Biological Oceanographic Processes

Biological Oceanographic Processes
  • Author : Timothy R. Parsons,M. Takahashi,B. Hargrave
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 22 October 2013
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This revised edition of a popular textbook is written for students, physical oceanographers, engineers, hydrologists, fisheries experts and a number of other professionals who require quantitative expressions of biological oceanographic phenomena. It is designed to lead the reader, step by step, through a progression from the distribution of marine organisms, to discussions on trophic relations, to a final chapter on some practical applications of biological oceanography to fisheries and pollution problems. The book covers subject matter in the pelagic and

Biological Oceanography

Biological Oceanography
  • Author : Carol M. Lalli,Timothy Richard Parsons
  • Publisher : Butterworth-Heinemann
  • Release : 01 January 1997
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The comprehensive coverage of this book encompasses the properties of seawater which affect life in the ocean, classification of marine environments and organisms, phytoplankton and zooplankton, marine food webs, larger marine animals (marine mammals, seabirds and fish), life on the seafloor, and the way in which humans affect marine ecosystems. The second edition has been thoroughly updated, including much data available for the first time in a book at this level. There is also a new chapter on human impacts

Concepts in Biological Oceanography

Concepts in Biological Oceanography
  • Author : Peter A. Jumars
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press on Demand
  • Release : 20 January 1993
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This textbook for advanced level courses in oceanography focuses on the interaction of ecological and physical processes that govern the ocean. The book begins with an introduction to ecology, using foraging theory and analytic formulation of encounter rates of predator and prey as organizing principles. Examples used are primarily marine to convey how marine systems differ from terrestrial environments. These differences, which carry through the remainder of the book, arise primarily through the ways in which deposit feeders process seafloor