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Oceans: a scientific American reader
Scientific American (Ed.) (2007). Oceans: a scientific American reader. University of Chicago Press: Chicago. ISBN 978-0-226-74262-5. 315 pp.

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    VLIZ: Descriptive Oceanography DES.36 [129348]

Keywords
    Earth sciences; Ecology; Evolution; Geology; Microbiology; Natural history; Ocean environment; Paleontology; Marine

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  • Scientific American, editor

Content
  • Gurnis, M. (2007). Sculpting the Earth from the inside out, in: Scientific American (Ed.) Oceans: a scientific American reader. pp. 3-11, more
  • Coffin, M.F.; Eldholm, O. (2007). Large igneous provinces, in: Scientific American (Ed.) Oceans: a scientific American reader. pp. 12-25, more
  • Hazen, R.M. (2007). Life’s rocky start, in: Scientific American (Ed.) Oceans: a scientific American reader. pp. 26-35, more
  • Kasting, J.F. (2007). When methane made climate, in: Scientific American (Ed.) Oceans: a scientific American reader. pp. 36-44, more
  • Hoffman, P.F.; Schrag, D.P. (2007). Snowball Earth, in: Scientific American (Ed.) Oceans: a scientific American reader. pp. 45-56, more
  • Simpson, S. (2007). Looking for life below the bottom, in: Scientific American (Ed.) Oceans: a scientific American reader. pp. 57-64, more
  • Nybakken , J.W.; Webster, S.K. (2007). Life in the ocean, in: Scientific American (Ed.) Oceans: a scientific American reader. pp. 67-74, more
  • Falkowski, P.G. (2007). The ocean’s invisible forest, in: Scientific American (Ed.) Oceans: a scientific American reader. pp. 75-84, more
  • Robison, B.H. (2007). Light in the ocean’s midwaters, in: Scientific American (Ed.) Oceans: a scientific American reader. pp. 85-93, more
  • O’shea, T.J. (2007). Manatees, in: Scientific American (Ed.) Oceans: a scientific American reader. pp. 94-105, more
  • Martini, F.C. (2007). Secrets of the slime hag, in: Scientific American (Ed.) Oceans: a scientific American reader. pp. 106-116, more
  • Marshall, J. (2007). Why are reef fish so colorful?, in: Scientific American (Ed.) Oceans: a scientific American reader. pp. 117-123, more
  • Pauly, D.; Watson, R. (2007). Counting the last fish, in: Scientific American (Ed.) Oceans: a scientific American reader. pp. 127-134, more
  • Safina, C. (2007). The world’s imperiled fish, in: Scientific American (Ed.) Oceans: a scientific American reader. pp. 135-144, more
  • Boyd, C.E.; Clay, J. (2007). Shrimp aquaculture and the environment, in: Scientific American (Ed.) Oceans: a scientific American reader. pp. 145-153, more
  • Jacobson, J.L.; Rieser, A. (2007). The evolution of Ocean Law, in: Scientific American (Ed.) Oceans: a scientific American reader. pp. 154-163, more
  • Simpson, S. (2007). Fishy business, in: Scientific American (Ed.) Oceans: a scientific American reader. pp. 164-172, more
  • Anderson, R.C. (2007). Sharks mean business, in: Scientific American (Ed.) Oceans: a scientific American reader. pp. 173-176, more
  • Nonis, A. (2007). Fishing the “Zone” in Sri Lanka, in: Scientific American (Ed.) Oceans: a scientific American reader. pp. 177-180, more
  • Hyndman, R.D. (2007). Giant earthquakes of the Pacific Northwest, in: Scientific American (Ed.) Oceans: a scientific American reader. pp. 183-194, more
  • González, F.I. (2007). Tsunami!, in: Scientific American (Ed.) Oceans: a scientific American reader. pp. 195-206, more
  • Cerville, P. (2007). The threat of silent earthquakes, in: Scientific American (Ed.) Oceans: a scientific American reader. pp. 207-213, more
  • Karl, T.R.; Nicholls , N.; Gregory, J.M. (2007). The coming climate, in: Scientific American (Ed.) Oceans: a scientific American reader. pp. 214-224, more
  • Geist, E.L.; Titov, V.; Synolakis, C. (2007). Tsunami: wave of change, in: Scientific American (Ed.) Oceans: a scientific American reader. pp. 225-232, more
  • Nixon, S.W. (2007). Enriching the sea to death, in: Scientific American (Ed.) Oceans: a scientific American reader. pp. 235-242, more
  • Anderson, D.M. (2007). Red tides, in: Scientific American (Ed.) Oceans: a scientific American reader. pp. 243-253, more
  • Macdonald, I.R. (2007). Natural oil spills, in: Scientific American (Ed.) Oceans: a scientific American reader. pp. 254-262, more
  • Suess, E.; Bohrmann, G.; Greinert , J.; Lausch, E. (2007). Flammable ice, in: Scientific American (Ed.) Oceans: a scientific American reader. pp. 263-272, more
  • Socolow, R.H. (2007). Can we bury global warming?, in: Scientific American (Ed.) Oceans: a scientific American reader. pp. 273-282, more
  • Broecker, W.S. (2007). Chaotic climate, in: Scientific American (Ed.) Oceans: a scientific American reader. pp. 283-293, more
  • Hansen, J. (2007). Defusing the global warming time bomb, in: Scientific American (Ed.) Oceans: a scientific American reader. pp. 294-306, more
  • Sturm, M.; Perovich, D.K.; Serreze, M.C. (2007). Meltdown in the North, in: Scientific American (Ed.) Oceans: a scientific American reader. pp. 307-313, more

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