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Published by way of the yank Geophysical Union as a part of the Coastal and Estuarine reports Series.
Over the final 10-20 years, eutrophication has develop into quite often stated as an environmental risk for plenty of coastal marine components. however, such a lot of our wisdom of the results of eutrophication on aquatic ecosystems is derived from limnological reports. There are basic ameliorations among marine, brackish, and freshwater platforms that result in diverse responses to eutrophication. for that reason, the purpose of this ebook is to supply the reader with a synthesis of our present knowing of eutrophication in coastal marine components and the biological/ecological responses to it.
Chapter 1 Eutrophication: Definition, historical past and results (pages 1–19): Katherine Richardson and Bo Barker Jorgensen
Chapter 2 Atmospheric tactics (pages 21–49): Willem A. H. Asman and Soren E. Larsen
Chapter three Water plenty, Stratification and circulate (pages 51–66): Jacob Steen Moller
Chapter four fabric Flux within the Water Column (pages 67–94): Thomas Kiorboe
Chapter five Carbon stream within the Water Column Case examine: The Southern Kattegat (pages 95–114): Katherine Richardson
Chapter 6 fabric Flux within the Sediment (pages 115–135): Bo Barker Jorgensen
Chapter 7 Case examine — Aarhus Bay (pages 137–154): Bo Barker Jorgensen
Chapter eight Benthic Macrofauna and Demersal Fish (pages 155–178): Lars Hagerman, Alf B. Josefson and Jorgen N. Jensen
Chapter nine Shallow Waters and Land/Sea obstacles (pages 179–203): Jens Borum
Chapter 10 Case research: Kertinge Nor (pages 205–220): Hans Ulrik Riisgard, Carsten Jurgensen and Frede Ostergaard Andersen
Chapter eleven using versions in Eutrophication experiences (pages 221–242): Andre W. Visser and Lars Kamp?Nielsen
Chapter 12 end, study and Eutrophication keep watch over (pages 243–268): Katherine Richardson
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