The Effects of UV Radiation in the Marine Environmentby Stephen De Mora
A comprehensive, multidisciplinary review of UV radiation effects in marine environment for researchers and graduate students, first published in 2000.See more details below
A comprehensive, multidisciplinary review of UV radiation effects in marine environment for researchers and graduate students, first published in 2000.
Table of Contents
Preface Stephen de Mora; 1. Enhanced UV radiation - a new problem for the marine environment Robert Whitehead, Stephen de Mora and Serge Demers; 2. UV physics and optics Susana Diaz, John Morrow and Charles Booth; 3. Spectral weighting functions for quantifying effects of ultraviolet radiation in marine ecosystems Patrick Neale; 4. Marine photochemistry and its impact on carbon cycling Kenneth Mopper and David Kieber; 5. Photochemical production of biological substrates David Kieber; 6. Mechanisms of UV damage to aquatic organisms Warwick Vincent and Patrick Neale; 7. Strategies for the minimisation of UV-induced damage Suzanne Roy; 8. Ultraviolet radiation effects on heterotrophic bacterioplankton and viruses in marine ecosystems Wade Jeffrey, Jason Kase and Steven Wilhelm; 9. Effects of ultraviolet radiation on the physiology and ecology of marine phytoplankton Maria Vernet; 10. Impact of solar UV radiation on zooplankton and fish Horacio Zagarese and Craig Williamson; 11. Implications of UV radiation on the food web structure and consequences on the carbon flow Behzad Mostajir, Serge Demers, Stephen de Mora, Robert Bukata and John Jerome.
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