Dynamics of Marine Ecosystems; Biological-Physical Interactions in the Oceans / Edition 2by Kenneth Mann, John Lazier, John R. Lazier, J. R. N. Lazier
Pub. Date: 11/28/1996
Dynamics of Marine Ecosystems, Second Edition, heightens our awareness of the relationship between the physical and biological processes and their impact on marine ecosystems. Since publication of the first edition, there has been a surge of interest in the biological-physical interactions in the ocean, as seen by the increased number of new publications in integrated oceanography. The second edition of this widely respected text incorporates recent research to explain what we now know about certain marine processes. The text is supported by numerous tables, graphs, illustrations, chapter-end summaries, and text boxes highlighting forumulas and physical details.
- Incorporates latest research in marine processes.
- Text supported by numerous illustrations.
- Publication date:
- Edition description:
- Older Edition
- Product dimensions:
- 7.11(w) x 9.92(h) x 0.83(d)
- Age Range:
- 18 Years
Table of Contents
Marine Ecology Comes of Age.
Part I: Processes on a Scale of less than 1 Kilometre:.
Biology and Boundary Layers.
Vertical Structure of the Open Ocean: Biology of the Mixed Layer.
Vertical Structure in Coastal Waters: Freshwater Run-off and Tidal Mixing.
Part II: Processes on a Scale of 1-1000 Kilometres:.
Vertical Structure in Coastal Waters.
Coastal Upwelling Region.
Fronts in Coastal Waters.
Tides, Tidal Mixing and Internal Waves.
Part III: Processes on a Scale of Thousands of Kilometres:.
Ocean Basin Circulation: the Biology of Major Currents, Gyres, Rings and Eddies.
Variability in Ocean Circulation: its Biological Consequences.
The Oceans and Global Climate Change: Physical and Biological Aspects.
Part IV: Discussion and Conclusions:.
Questions for the Future.
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