Sampling biodiversity in coastal communities: NaGISA protocols for seagrass and macroalgal habitats / P. R. Rigby, K. Iken and Y. Shirayama (editors)

Contributor(s): Rigby, P.R | Iken, K | Shirayama, Y | Census of Marine Life (Program).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Kyoto, Japan : Kyoto University Press in association with NUS Press, 2007Description: ix, 145 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9789971693688.Subject(s): SPECIES DIVERSITY | SEAGRASSES | MACROALGAE | SAMPLING | COASTAL ZONE | COASTAL ECOLOGY | AQUATIC HABITATS | FIELD STUDIES | METHODS | INVENTORIES | PROTOCOLS | COML | CENSUS METHODSHoldings: HAMILTON: QH 541.5.C65 SAM 2007 Summary: This introduction to basic concepts of biodiversity-sampling outlines standardized field methods for macroalgae and seagrass communities developed by NaGISA (Natural Geography in Shore Areas, a project operating under the international Census of Marine Life. NaGISA promotes simple standardized protocols and focuses on widespread nearshore habitats. This book, written by premier coastal ecologists and taxonomists, provides a text for field courses, a manual for coastal managers, and a reference guide for researchers studying biodiversity or preparing species inventories.
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"A NaGISA handbook."

Includes bibliographical references (p. 117-137) and index.

This introduction to basic concepts of biodiversity-sampling outlines standardized field methods for macroalgae and seagrass communities developed by NaGISA (Natural Geography in Shore Areas, a project operating under the international Census of Marine Life. NaGISA promotes simple standardized protocols and focuses on widespread nearshore habitats. This book, written by premier coastal ecologists and taxonomists, provides a text for field courses, a manual for coastal managers, and a reference guide for researchers studying biodiversity or preparing species inventories.

HAMILTON: QH 541.5.C65 SAM 2007

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