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Challenges to Marine Ecosystems: Proceedings of the 41st European Marine Biology Symposium / Edition 1

Challenges to Marine Ecosystems: Proceedings of the 41st European Marine Biology Symposium / Edition 1


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781402088070
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Publication date: 07/22/2008
Series: Developments in Hydrobiology , #202
Edition description: 2008
Pages: 211
Product dimensions: 7.60(w) x 10.30(h) x 0.60(d)

Table of Contents

Foreword J. Davenport G. Burnell T. Cross M. Emmerson R. McAllen R. Ramsay E. Rogan 1

Genetics and Resilience

Mixed stock analysis and the power of different classes of molecular markers in discriminating coastal and oceanic Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua L.) on the Lofoten spawning grounds, Northern Norway V. Wennevik K.E. Jorstad G. Dahle S.-E. Fevolden 7

Contrasting levels of genetic differentiation among putative neutral microsatellite loci in Atlantic herring Clupea harengus populations and the implications for assessing stock structure P.C. Watts D. O'Leary M.C. Cross J. Coughlan E. Dillane S.M. Kay S. Wylde R. Stet R.D.M. Nash E.M.C. Hatfield T.F. Cross 27

Marine Protected Areas/Reserves

Marine reserves: the need for systems W.J. Ballantine T.J. Langlois 35

The challenge of assessing whether the OSPAR network of marine protected areas is ecologically coherent J.A. Ardron 45

Individual-based movement behaviour in a simple marine reserve-fishery system: why predictive models should be handled with care E.A. Codling 55

Effects of marine reserve protection on spiny lobster (Palinurus elephas Fabr., 1787) in a central western Mediterranean area M.C. Follesa D. Cuccu R. Cannas S. Cabiddu M. Murenu A. Sabatini A. Cau 63

Incorporating ecological functioning into the designation and management of marine protected areas C.L.J. Frid O.A.L. Paramor S. Brockington J. Bremner 69

Go with the flow: tidal import and export of larvae from semi-enclosed bays M.J. Jessopp R.J. McAllen 81

Seabed mapping in the southern Irish Sea: predicting benthic biological communities based on sediment characteristics F. McBreen J.G. Wilson A.S.Y. Mackie C.N. Aonghusa 93

ClimateChange and Marine Ecosystems

Alien species in the Mediterranean Sea-which, when, where, why? B.S. Galil 105

The effect of high flow events on mussels (Mytilus edulis) in the Conwy estuary, North Wales, UK L.R. Oliver R. Seed B. Reynolds 117

Mobility of metals in salt marsh sediments colonised by Spartina maritima (Tagus estuary, Portugal) R. Reboreda I. Cacador S. Pedro P.R. Almeida 129

Ecological hindcasting of biogeographic responses to climate change in the European intertidal zone D.S. Wethey S.A. Woodin 139

Long-term changes in the status of Sevastopol Bay and the Crimean coast: anthropogenic and climatic influences J.G. Wilson T.S. Osadchaya S.V. Alyomov 153

Sustainable Fisheries/Aquaculture

The sea ahead: challenges to marine biology from seafood sustainability T.J. Pitcher 161

Effects of fishing methods on deep water shark species caught as by-catch off southern Portugal R. Coelho K. Erzini 187

Catch me in winter! Seasonal variation in air temperature severely enhances physiological stress and mortality of species subjected to sorting operations and discarded during annual fishing activities F. Giomi S. Raicevich O. Giovanardi F. Pranovi P. Di Muro M. Beltramini 195

Grazing and assimilation rate estimates of hydromedusae from a temperate tidal creek system D. Marshalonis J.L. Pinckney 203

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