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Dynamics of marine ecosystems. Biological-physical interactions in the oceans

By: Mann, K.H.
Contributor(s): Lazier, J.R.N.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Blackwell Science, Incorporated 1996Edition: 2nd edition.Description: xii,394p.Subject(s): Book | Oceanography: generalSummary: This second edition includes the following new developments: effects of turbulence on nutrient uptake of phytoplankton, and on the encounter rate between predator and prey; the influence of interannual changes in the ocean-atmosphere system on plankton production and fish stocks; the role of the ocean biota in modifying the effects of global change; the possible effects of global change on the abundance and distribution of fish and shellfish; the implications of the remote sensing to understanding global primary production; a review of processes involving dissolved and colloidal organic matter in the ocean; and fertilizing the ocean with iron.
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This second edition includes the following new developments: effects of turbulence on nutrient uptake of phytoplankton, and on the encounter rate between predator and prey; the influence of interannual changes in the ocean-atmosphere system on plankton production and fish stocks; the role of the ocean biota in modifying the effects of global change; the possible effects of global change on the abundance and distribution of fish and shellfish; the implications of the remote sensing to understanding global primary production; a review of processes involving dissolved and colloidal organic matter in the ocean; and fertilizing the ocean with iron.

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