Advances In Marine Biology

Other | June 1, 2005

bySouthward, Alan J., Alan J. Southward

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This new volume ofAdvances in Marine Biologycontains reviews on a wide range of important subjects such as: long-term oceanographic and ecological research in the western English Channel; marine biofouling on fish farms and its remediation; interactions between behaviour and physical forcing in the control of horizontal transport of decapod crustacean larvae; comparison of marine copepod outfluxes: nature, rate, fate and role in the carbon and nitrogen cycles.

Advances in Marine Biologyhas been providing in-depth and up-to-date reviews on all aspects of Marine Biology since 1963 -- over 40 years of outstanding coverage! The series is well-known for both its excellence of reviews as well as the strength of its thematic volumes devoted to a particular field in detail, such as 'The Biochemical Ecology of Marine Fishes' and 'Molluscan Radiation'. Radiation'.

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This new volume ofAdvances in Marine Biologycontains reviews on a wide range of important subjects such as: long-term oceanographic and ecological research in the western English Channel; marine biofouling on fish farms and its remediation; interactions between behaviour and physical forcing in the control of horizontal transport of de...

Format:OtherDimensions:344 pages, 1 × 1 × 1 inPublished:June 1, 2005Publisher:Academic PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0080524508

ISBN - 13:9780080524504

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Long-term oceanographic and ecological research in the western English Channel;
Interactions between behaviour and physical forcing in the control of horizontal transport of decapod crustacean larvae;
Marine biofouling on fish farms and its remediation;
Comparison of marine copepod outfluxes: nature, rate, fate and role in the carbon and nitrogen cycles.