Northeast Shelf Ecosystem : Assessment, Sustainability, and Management. pbk.

SHERMAN, Kenneth, Norbert A. JAWORSKI, and Theodore J. SMAYDA. The Northeast Shelf Ecosystem : Assessment, Sustainability, and Management . Edited by Kenneth Sherman, Norbert A. Jaworski, and Theodore J. Smayda. (Cambridge, MA): Blackwell Science, (1996). Pp. [i]-xxv,(3),[1]-564. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated card covers with pale spine. Contents: 1. Sherman's "Marine Ecosystem Sustainability", 2. Knauss's "The Northeast Shelf Ecosystem: Stress, Mitigation, and Sustainability Symposium -- Keynote Address", 3. Peterson's"Ecological Research for a Sustainable Northeast Shelf Ecosystem and Biosp here", 4. Brooks's "Physical Oceanography of the Shelf and Slop Seas from Cape Hatteras to Georges Bank: A Brief Overview", 5. Hertzman's "Meteorologyof the Northeast Shelf", 6. Godshall and Walker's "Climate Change and Wint er Coastal Marine Circulation in the Mid-Atlantic Region of the United States", 7. Sherman et al's "The Northeast Shelf Ecosystem: An Initial Perspective", 8. Durbin's "Zooplankton Dynamics in the Northeast Shelf Ecosystem", 9. Anthony's "The State of Groundfish Resources of the Northeastern United States", 10. Kenney et al's "Shifts in Northeast Shelf Cetacean Distributions Relative to Trends in Gulf of Maine/Georges Bank Finfish Abundance", 11.Schneider and Heinemann's "The State of Marine Bird Populations from Cape Hatteras to the Gulf of Maine", 12. Sherman et al's "Zooplankton Prey FieldVariability During Collapse and Recovery of Pelagic Fish in the Northeast Shelf Ecosystem", 13. O'Connor's "Coastal Sediment Contamination in the Northeast Shelf Large Marine Ecosystem", 14. White and Robertson's "BiologicalResponses to Toxic Contaminants in the Northeast Shelf Large Marine Ecosys tem", 15. Schwartz, Duston, and Batdorf's "Metal Concentrations in Winter Flounder, American Lobster, and Bivalve Molluscs from Boston harbor, Salem Harbor, and Coastal Massachusetts: A Summary of Data on Tissues Colelcted from 1986 to 1991", 16. Windom's "Riverine Contributions to Heavy Metal Inputs to he Northeast Shelf Ecosystem", 17. Malone and Conley's "Trends in Nutrient Loading and Eutrophication: A Comparison of the Chesapeake Bay and theHudson River Estuarine Systems", 18. Jaworski and Howarth's "Preliminary E stimates of the Pollutant Loads and Fluxes into the Northeast Shelf Ecosystem", 19. Bigford's "Habitat Mitigation", 20. Thomas's "Status, Trends, and Health of Wetlands: A 200-Year Overview", 21. Peters and Cross's "Relating Habitat Stress to Fish Productivity: Problems and Approaches", 22. White's "Biotoxins and the Health of Living Marine Resources of the Northeast ShelfEcosystems", 23. Epstein's "Emergent Stressors and Public Health Implicati ons in Large Marine Ecosystems: An Overview", 24. Ingham's "Effects of Closure of a Continental Shelf Dumpsite", 25. Capuzzo's "Biological Effects of Contaminants on Shellfish Populations in Coastal Habitats: A Case History of New Bedford, Massachusetts", 26. Smith et al's "Multispecies Approaches to Management of Large Marine Predators", 27. Murawski's "Can We Manage Our Multispecies Fisheries?", 28. Edwards and Murawski's "Potential Benefits from Efficient Harvest of New England Groundfish", 29. Juda's "Developing International Law and Ecosystem-Based Fisheries Management", 30. Sherman et al's "Summary and recommendations for the Mitigation of Stress". Spine sunned, sticker ghost to front, name, else vg. 75.00

Title: Northeast Shelf Ecosystem : Assessment, Sustainability, and Management. pbk.

Author Name: SHERMAN, Kenneth, Norbert A. JAWORSKI, and Theodore J. SMAYDA JAWORSKI, Norbert A. SMAYDA, Theodore J.

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Publisher: Blackwell Science, Cambridge, MA, 1996, ISBN:0865424683:

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