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New Oceanography Research Developments: Marine Chemistry, Ocean Floor Analyses and Marine Phytoplankton
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Editors: Louis Martorino and Karl Puopolo
Book Description:
Human activities are changing habitats, the chemistry of the Earth's atmosphere and water, rate and balance of biogeochemical processes and diversity of life on the earth. This book examines the effects of metal contaminants in natural ecosystems, which are diverse, complex and often unpredictable. Establishing relationships between organism metal exposure, internal dose and associated biological effects is necessary to understand the fate and effects of metals in the environment. Furthermore, the study of marine planktonic protists in the nano-size range (2-20 um) is of great importance as these microorganisms are essential constituents of marine ecosystems and responsible for key trophic processes in the microbial food web. This book presents a comprehensive compilation of the taxonomy of these microorganisms with emphasis on their size range. Current and potential taxonomic tools for the identification of nanophytoplanktonic protists are also outlined. In addition, this book examines sediment records, that can provide much information on the paleoproductivity in past ecosystems, historical records of nutrients supplied and long term potential environmental impacts. Other chapters explore recent advances in sounding technology that use airborne optical techniques to examine seafloor topography, and innovative regional habitat creation programmes developed to plan and manage the delivery of habitat creations, and to protect or enhance the environment.

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Chapter 1 - Establishing Metal Exposure – Dose – Response Relationships in Marine Organisms: Illustrated with a Case Study of Cadmium Toxicity in Tellina deltoidalis, pp. 1-57
Authors / Editors: (A. M. Taylor, W. A. Maher, Institute for Applied Ecology, University of Canberra, ACT, Australia)
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Chapter 2 - Phytoplankton from Lisbon Bay – Coccolithophores as Regional Oceanographic Tracers, pp. 59-92
Authors / Editors: (Silva, A. Palma, S. Brotas, V. Mendes, C.R. Moita, M.T., Instituto Nacional de Recursos Biológicos, Lisboa, Portugal)

Chapter 3 - Land Use Allocation on Urban Coastal Zones: Towards a Model Methodology Framework, pp. 93-125
Authors / Editors: (P.P. Anilkumar, National Institute of Technology Calicut, Kerala, India)

Chapter 4 - Coccolithophores in Water Samples and Fossil Assemblages in Sedimentary Archives of the Mediterranean Sea: A Review, pp. 127-162
Authors / Editors: (Enrico Di Stefano, Alessandro Incarbona, Sergio Bonomo, Nicola Pelosi, Università di Palermo, Dipartimento di Geologia e Geodesia, Palermo, Italy, and others)

Chapter 5 - Mapping Seafloor Topography Based on Interpretation of Airborne Laser Bathymetry: Examples from the Southeast Florida Atlantic Continental Shelf, pp. 163-187
Authors / Editors: (Charles W. Finkl, Kenneth W. Banks, CPE Coastal Geology & Geomatics Coastal Planning & Engineering, Inc., Boca Raton, FL, USA, and others)

Chapter 6 - Marine Phytoplanktonic Protists in the Nano-Size Range: Taxonomy and Trophic Interactions, pp. 189-211
Authors / Editors: (Mercedes Martín-Cereceda, Blanca Pérez-Uz, Almudena Guinea, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Madrid, Spain)

Chapter 7 - Thermal and Halo Tolerance of a Brackish Cladoceran Daphniopsis australis (Sergeev & Williams), pp. 213-230
Authors / Editors: (Hasnun Nita Ismail, Jian G. Qin, Laurent Seuront, School of Biological Sciences, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia, and others)

Chapter 8 - Regional Habitat Creation Programmes in England and Wales: A New Innovation, pp. 231-247
Authors / Editors: (Amy Parrott, Duncan Huggett, Flood Risk Management Policy: The Environment Agency, Orton Goldhay, Peterborough, England)

Chapter 9 - Cretaceous Seamounts: Record of the Extension History of the Pacific Plate, pp. 249-267
Authors / Editors: (A.A. Stepashko, Kosygin Institute of Tectonics and Geophysics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Khabarovsk, Russia)

Chapter 10 - Structure and Succession of Plankton Communities in two Mediterranean Neighbouring Coastal Ecosystems(Toulon Bays, France), pp. 269-282
Authors / Editors: (Nadège Rossi, Jean-Louis Jamet, Université du Sud Toulon-Var, France)

Chapter 11 - Implementing a Microarray Database for Coccolithophorids, pp. 283-290
Authors / Editors: (Jeremy Stairs, Ahmad R. Hadaegh, Xiaoyu Zhang and Betsy Read, Department of Computer Science, California State University, San Marcos, CA, USA)

Chapter 12 - Finding of Flying Fish Exocoetus monocirrhus (Beloniformes, Exocoetidae) Egg at the Nha Trang Bay (South China Sea, Vietnam), pp. 291-295
Authors / Editors: (Shadrin A.M., Shakhovskoy I.B., Department of ichthyology of Moscow State University Biological Faculty, Moscow, Russia and others)

Chapter 13 - Biogeochemistry of Hg in the Contaminated Coastal Marine Environment (Gulf of Trieste, Northern Adriatic Sea), pp. 296-299
Authors / Editors: (J. Faganeli, Marine Biological Station, Piran, Slovenia)

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      Oceanography and Ocean Engineering
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2011
   Pages: 7 x 10 318 pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-60876-341-2
   Status: AV
  
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