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Author Name:    SKRESLET, Stig, ed. NATO ASI Series, Series G, Ecological Sciences, vol. 7)

Title:   Role of Freshwater Outflow in Coastal Marine Ecosystems

Publisher:    Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1986, ISBN:0387160892 

Seller ID:   69856

SKRESLET, Stig, (ed.). The Role of Freshwater Outflow in Coastal Marine Ecosystems. Edited by Stig Skreslet. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, (1986). Pp. [i]-xi,(1),[1]-453,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, white card covered boards. NATO ASI Series, Series G, Ecological Sciences, vol. 7. Contents: 1. Skreslet's "Freshwater outflow in relation to space and time dimensions of complex ecological interactions in coastal waters", 2. Svendsen's "Mixing and exchange processes in estuaries, fjords, and shelf waters", 3. Garvine's "The role of brackish plumes in open shelf waters", 4. McClimans's "Laboratory modeling ofdynamic processes in fjords and shelf waters", 5. Smetacek's "Impact of fr eshwater discharge on production and transfer of materials in the marine environment", 6. Matthews's "A framework for discussion of marine zooplanktonproduction in relation to freshwater runoff", 7. Leggatt's "The dependence of fish larval survival on food and predator densities", 8. Sinclair et al 's "Assessment of effects of freshwater runoff variability on fisheries production in coastal waters", 9. Parsons and Kessler's "Computer model analysis of pelagic ecosystems in estuarine waters", 10. Akenhead and Bobbitt's "The capacity of Lake Melville fjord to store run-off", 11. Edwards and Grantham's "Inorganic nutrient regeneration in Loch Etive bottom water", 12. Tett's "Physical exchange and the dynamics of phytoplankton in Scottish sea-lochs", 13. Queguiner and Treguer's "Freshwater outflow effects in a coastal, macrotidal ecosystem as revealed by hydrological, chemical and biologicalvariabilities (Bay of Brest, Western Europe)", 14. Brockmann and Eberlein' s "River input of nutrients into the German Bight", 15. Fransz's "Effects of freshwater inflow on the distribution, composition and production of plankton in the Dutch coastal waters of the North Sea", 16. Therriault and Levasseuer's "Freshwater runoff control of the spatio-temporal distribution of phytoplankton in the lower St. Lawrence Estuary", 17. Cote, El-Sabh, and dela Durantaye's "Biological and physical characteristics of a frontal regio n associated with the arrival of spring freshwater discharge in the southwestern Gulf of St. Lawrence", 18. Koslow et al's "Relationships of St. Lawrence River outflow with sea surface temperature and salinity in the northwest Atlantic", 19. Akenhead's "Water retention over Flemish Cap", 20. Simpsonand Hill's "The Scottish Coastal Circuit", 21. LeBlond et al's "Runoff dri ven coastal flow off British Columbia", 22. Marshall's "The seasonal influence of Chesapeake Bay phytoplankton to the continental shelf", 23. da Silva's "River runoff and shrimp abundance in a tropical coastal ecosystem: the example of the Sofala Bank (central Mozambique)", 24. Thordardottir's "Timing and duration of spring blooming south and southwest of Iceland", 25. Peinert's "Production, grazing and sedimentation in the Norwegian Coastal Current", 26. Skreslet and Rod's "Advection of Calanus finmarchicus between habitats in Norwegian coastal waters", 27. Malmberg's "The ecological impact of the East Greenland Current on the north Icelandic waters". Lightly rubbed, name, else vg. 150.00


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