Marine Science Frontiers for Europe

Europe is a continent with a high coast-to-surface ratio, and European seas encompass a broad range of settings and regimes. The sustainable development of living and non-living marine resources, the protection of the marine environment and the provision of marine-based services are critical to econ...

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Wefer, Gerold (Editor), Lamy, Frank (Editor), Mantoura, Fauzi (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Berlin, Heidelberg Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2003, 2003
Edition:1st ed. 2003
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • Ocean-Climate Coupling, Variability and Change
  • Tropical Pacific Influences on the North Atlantic Thermohaline Circulation
  • Climate Records from Corals
  • Fisheries and Climate
  • Variability of the Thermohaline Circulation (THC)
  • Coupled Biogeochemical Cycling and Controlling Factors
  • Biogeochemical Processes in Estuaries
  • Trace Metals in the Oceans: Evolution. Biology and Global Change
  • Ocean-Atmosphere Exchange and Earth-System Biogeochemistry
  • What Controls the Sequestration of Phytogenic Carbon in the Ocean?
  • Coupled Biogeochemical Cycling and Controlling Factors
  • Coastal and Shelf Processes, Science for Integrating Management
  • Operational Oceanography — the Stimulant for Marine Research in Europe
  • x201C;Sea of Substances” Pollution: Future Research Needs
  • Long-Term Habitat Changes and their Implications for Future Fisheries Management
  • More Sand to the Shorelines of the Wadden Sea Harmonizing Coastal Defense with Habitat Dynamics
  • Sustainability and Management: Coastal Systems
  • Coastal and Shelf Processes, Science for Integrating Management
  • Ecosystem Functioning and Biodiversity
  • Ecosystem Functioning and Biodiversity: Bioengineering
  • What Structures Marine Biodiversity and why does it vary?
  • Marine Microbial Food Web Structure and function
  • Ecosystem Function, Biodiversity and Vertical Flux Regulation in the Twilight Zone
  • Ecosystem Functioning and Biodiversity