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The Estuarine Ecosystem: Ecology, Threats, and Management
1. The Estuarine Environment 2. Life in Estuaries 3. Primary Producers: plant production and its availability 4. Primary Consumers: herbivores and detritivores 5. The Secondary Consumers: carnivoresExpand
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The Need for Definitions in Understanding Estuaries
This paper considers what the definition/classification of estuaries has taught us and why there is a need for classification systems. It further considers why we need to define an estuary and itsExpand
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The Estuarine Ecosystem.
1 The Estuarine Environment.- 1.1 Introduction.- 1.2 Estuarine circulation.- 1.3 Estuarine sediments.- 1.4 Other physico-chemical factors.- 1.5 Distribution of estuarine organisms.- 1.6 The problemsExpand
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The effect of salmon farming on the benthos of a Scottish sea loch
Abstract The effects of waste from a salmon farm on the benthos of a fjordic sea loch on the western coast of Scotland have been studied. Within 3 m of the floating cages the sediment was highlyExpand
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Fisheries and aquaculture.
Current State of Production & Distribution ● 39 thousand tons for coastal fisheries, 96 thousand tons for offshore fisheries, 25 thousand tons for deep-sea fisheries. Marine aquaculture 72 thousandExpand
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Ecology of Estuaries
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Recovery of sediments after cessation of marine fish farm production
Following cessation of fish production at a fish farm site in Loch Creran, Scotland, a study of the recovery of the benthic environment was undertaken. Sediment samples for macrofauna and geochemicalExpand
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Some effects of salinity on the distribution and abundance of Corophium volutator in the Ythan estuary
A study of the effects of salinity on the distribution and abundance of the amphipod Corophium volutator (Pallas) on the estuary of the River Ythan, Aberdeenshire, indicates that 2‰ is a criticalExpand
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Treatise on estuarine and coastal science
This is the study of estuaries and coasts has seen enormous growth in recent years, since changes in these areas have a large effect on the food chain, as well as on the physics and chemistry of theExpand
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