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Waters in peril / edited by Leah Bendell-Young and Patricia Gallaugher.

Contributor(s): Bendell-Young, Leah, 1942- | Gallaugher, Patricia, 1958-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Norwell, Mass. : Kluwer Academic Publishers, c2001Description: xxiv, 248 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm.ISBN: 0792375041.Subject(s): BIOLOGICAL INVASIONS | OCEANS | SPECIES DIVERSITY | CLIMATIC CHANGES | FOOD WEBS | FISHERIES | ALGAL BLOOMS | ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT | MARINE ECOSYSTEMS | MARINE ECOLOGYHoldings: GRETA POINT: 504.7(26) WAT
Contents:
Foreword: Who Speaks for the Oceans? / John Nightingale Waters in Peril / Patricia Gallaugher and Leah Bendell-Young Pt. I. Biodiversity. Ch. 1. Biological Invasions of Marine Ecosystems: Patterns, Effects, and Management / Gregory M. Ruiz and Jeffrey A. Crooks. Ch. 2. Known and Unknown Biodiversity, Risk of Extinction and Conservation Strategy in The Sea / Known and UnknowMarjorie L. Reaka-Kudla. Ch. 3. Deep-Sea Fisheries: Perspectives and Lessons / Richard L. Haedrich. Ch. 4. Fishing Down Marine Food Webs: An Update / Daniel Pauly and Maria Lourdes D. Palomares. Ch. 5. Ecological Implications of the Shellfishery; A Case Study on the West Coast of British Columbia, Canada / Leah I. Bendell-Young and Ron C. Ydenberg Pt. II. Marine Ecosystem Function. Ch. 6. The Oceanic Nitrogen Cycle: A Double-Edged Agent of Environmental Change? / The OceaLouis A. Codispoti. Ch. 7. Beyond Algal Blooms, Oxygen Deficits and Fish Kills: Chronic, Long-Term Impacts of Nutrient Pollution on Aquatic Ecosystems / JoAnn M. Burkholder. Ch. 8. Responses of Pelagic Marine Ecosystems to Climate Change - Can We Predict Them? / ResponseKenneth L. Denman. Ch. 9. The Arctic Ocean and Contaminants: Pathways that Lead to Us / Robie W. Macdonald. Ch. 10. Shouldn't We Be Putting Our Sulphide-Rich Mine Tailings in the Ocean or in Lakes Rather than on Land? / Thomas F.Pedersen Pt. III. Towards Solutions. Ch. 11. The Cumulative Effects of Climate Warming and Other Human Stresses on Canadian Freshwaters in the New Millennium / The CumuDavid W. Schindler. Ch. 12. Marine Biological Diversity: Conserving Life in the Neglected Ninety-nine Percent / Marine BElliott A. Norse. Ch. 13. Human Ecology, Material Consumption, and the Sea: Indices of Human Ecological Dysfunction / Human EcWilliam E. Rees. Ch. 14. Prevention is Better Than Cure: Systems of 'No-Take' Marine Reserves / Bill Ballantine.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Foreword: Who Speaks for the Oceans? / John Nightingale Waters in Peril / Patricia Gallaugher and Leah Bendell-Young Pt. I. Biodiversity. Ch. 1. Biological Invasions of Marine Ecosystems: Patterns, Effects, and Management / Gregory M. Ruiz and Jeffrey A. Crooks. Ch. 2. Known and Unknown Biodiversity, Risk of Extinction and Conservation Strategy in The Sea / Known and UnknowMarjorie L. Reaka-Kudla. Ch. 3. Deep-Sea Fisheries: Perspectives and Lessons / Richard L. Haedrich. Ch. 4. Fishing Down Marine Food Webs: An Update / Daniel Pauly and Maria Lourdes D. Palomares. Ch. 5. Ecological Implications of the Shellfishery; A Case Study on the West Coast of British Columbia, Canada / Leah I. Bendell-Young and Ron C. Ydenberg Pt. II. Marine Ecosystem Function. Ch. 6. The Oceanic Nitrogen Cycle: A Double-Edged Agent of Environmental Change? / The OceaLouis A. Codispoti. Ch. 7. Beyond Algal Blooms, Oxygen Deficits and Fish Kills: Chronic, Long-Term Impacts of Nutrient Pollution on Aquatic Ecosystems / JoAnn M. Burkholder. Ch. 8. Responses of Pelagic Marine Ecosystems to Climate Change - Can We Predict Them? / ResponseKenneth L. Denman. Ch. 9. The Arctic Ocean and Contaminants: Pathways that Lead to Us / Robie W. Macdonald. Ch. 10. Shouldn't We Be Putting Our Sulphide-Rich Mine Tailings in the Ocean or in Lakes Rather than on Land? / Thomas F.Pedersen Pt. III. Towards Solutions. Ch. 11. The Cumulative Effects of Climate Warming and Other Human Stresses on Canadian Freshwaters in the New Millennium / The CumuDavid W. Schindler. Ch. 12. Marine Biological Diversity: Conserving Life in the Neglected Ninety-nine Percent / Marine BElliott A. Norse. Ch. 13. Human Ecology, Material Consumption, and the Sea: Indices of Human Ecological Dysfunction / Human EcWilliam E. Rees. Ch. 14. Prevention is Better Than Cure: Systems of 'No-Take' Marine Reserves / Bill Ballantine.

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