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Biogeochemistry and Pedogenetic Process in Saltmarsh and Mangrove Systems $129.00
Editors: Xosé Luis Otero Pérez and Felipe Macías Vazquez (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Spain)
Book Description:
Wetlands have generally been viewed in the past as areas of little value, and have even been considered as a threat to human health. This idea, which persists in a large part of the population, has motivated the destruction of many wetland areas. Urban development, the installation of large industrial ports, and the construction of fish and shellfish farms are some of the causes of the disappearance of mangrove systems and salt marshes, argued to produce greater economic and social development. However, recent studies indicate the opposite. Coastal wetlands provide an important source of goods and services to society, the value of which exceeds US $25,000 billions per year. This book is a new contribution to our knowledge of mangrove and saltmarsh soils and sediments.

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Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: Biogeochemistry Of Sediments
(Miguel Angel Huerta-Diaz And Janet J. Reimer)

Chapter 2: Pedogenetic Processes In Mangroves Soils
(P. Vidal-Torrado; T. O. Ferreira; X. L. Otero, et al.)

Chapter 3: Clay Mineralogy Of Mangrove Forest Soils
(V. S. Souza-Júnior and M. T. Garcia-Gonzaléz)

Chapter 4: Characterization Of Organic Matter And Humic Acids Of Mangrove Soils
(Fernando Perobelli Ferreira)

Chapter 5: Characterizacion Of Humic Substances In Estuarine Soils
(Cristina Santín Nuño)

Chapter 6: Bacterial Diversity In Saltmarsh Soils
(Marcio R. Lambais, Gisele Lopes Nunes)

Chapter 7:Factors Determining The Vegetation In Salt Marshes On The Atlantic Coast Of The Iberian Peninsula
(José M. Sánchez)

Chapter 8: Iron And Trace Metal Geochemistry In Mangrove Soils
(Xosé. L. Otero, Mª Luiza de Souza, Felipe Macías)

Chapter 9: Bioturbation And Its Role In Iron And Sulfur Geochemistry In Mangrove Soils
(Tiago Osório Ferreira)

Chapter 10: The Role Of Salt Marshes In Reducing The Concentration Of Nitrate And Phosphorus In Eutrophicated Water: The Mar Menor Lagoon, A Case Study In Semi-Arid Mediterranean Areas (Se Spain)
(Francisco José Jiménez-Cárceles, José Álvarez-Roge, Consuelo Egea Nicolás. et al.)

Chapter 11: Heavy Metal Contamination Caused By Mining Activities In The Mar Menor Lagoon(Se Spain)
(Héctor M. Conesa-Alcaraz, Francisco J. Jiménez-Cárceles, Antonio María Cervantes, et al.)


      Environmental Science, Engineering and Technology
   Binding: ebook
   Pub. Date: 2010, 4th quarter
   Pages: 7 x 10
   ISBN: 978-1-61209-073-3
   Status: AV
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