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Dry coastal ecosystems

Dry coastal ecosystems

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Published by Elsevier in Amsterdam .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coastal ecosystems.

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    Statementedited by Eddy van der Maarel. Africa, America, Asia and Oceania.
    SeriesEcosystems of the world -- 2B
    ContributionsMaarel, Eddy van der.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix,616p. ;
    Number of Pages616
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22300792M
    ISBN 10044487349X

    A Perspective on Coastal Dunes. also a number of more recent books which either focus on coastal dunes (van. Dry coastal ecosystems - Polar regions and Europe. Ecosystems of the World, 2A. Tropical Dry Forests are a unique ecosystem with high levels of endemism (containing many species found nowhere else). These forests are characterized by a pronounced dry season during part of the year, which provokes a variety of adaptations in plants and animals.

    Theory and History of Ecology, Diversity, Conservation, emphasis on coastal ecosystems, grasslands, forests. See "Ecology", "Conservation" on website for details, see. “Coastal wetlands such as mangroves, coral reefs, and seagrasses contain some of the most productive communities in the world.” “It is well established that coastal ecosystems such as mangroves, coral reefs, tidal flats, and estuaries are experiencing degradation and loss.” (MEA ) Coastal Ecology and Management: Coastal Ecosystems.

    Dry Coastal Ecosystems: General Aspects. Ecosystems of the World 2C. Pp. xxi+ Elsevier, Amsterdam. ISBN 0‐‐‐0. Price $ Several years have passed since the publication of the first two volumes in the dry coastal ecosystem series, a delay caused first by editorial pressures and later by a need to update the material in this by: 5.   Coastal changes may be due to long-period variability and oscillations in wave and storm climate unconnected to climate change (Hadley ). The vast majority of coastal dune systems around the North Sea Basin are tightly managed and controlled for the purpose of various socio-economic and ecoservices (see Electronic (E-)Supplement S9).Cited by: 6.


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Coastal dunes occur in almost every latitude - from tropical to polar - and have been substantially altered by human activities. Many are already severely and irreversibly degraded.

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Book • Edited by: (HABs) are extreme biological events with the potential for extensive negative impacts to fisheries, coastal ecosystems, public health, and coastal economies. In this chapter, we link issues concerning the key drivers of HABs with the various approaches for.Seagrasses are recognized as among the richest and most productive of all coastal ecosystems, providing habitat, food, and shelter for innumerable organisms.

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