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Oceanographic processes of coral reefs: Physical and biological links in the Great Barrier Reef
Wolanski, E. (Ed.) (2001). Oceanographic processes of coral reefs: Physical and biological links in the Great Barrier Reef. CRC Press: Boca Raton. ISBN 0-8493-0833-X. 356 + cd-rom pp.

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    VLIZ: Aquatic Ecology ECO.111 [102092]

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    Marine/Coastal

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  • Wolanski, E., editor, more

Content
  • Baker, J. (2001). The place of science and technology in the wise management of the Great Barrier Reef, in: Wolanski, E. (Ed.) Oceanographic processes of coral reefs: physical and biological links in the Great Barrier Reef. pp. 1-6, more
  • Wolanski, E. (2001). Physics-Biology links in the Great Barrier Reef, in: Wolanski, E. (Ed.) Oceanographic processes of coral reefs: physical and biological links in the Great Barrier Reef. pp. 7-18, more
  • Johnson, A.K.L.; Bramley, R.G.V.; Roth, C.H. (2001). Landcover and water quality in river catchments of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, in: Wolanski, E. (Ed.) Oceanographic processes of coral reefs: physical and biological links in the Great Barrier Reef. pp. 19-35, more
  • Furnas, M.J.; Mitchell, A. (2001). Runoff of terrestrial sediment and nutrients into the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area, in: Wolanski, E. (Ed.) Oceanographic processes of coral reefs: physical and biological links in the Great Barrier Reef. pp. 37-51, more
  • Wolanski, E.; Mazda, Y.; Furukawa, K.; Ridd, P.; Kitheka, J.; Spagnol, S.; Stieglitz, T. (2001). Water circulation in mangroves, and its implications for biodiversity, in: Wolanski, E. (Ed.) Oceanographic processes of coral reefs: physical and biological links in the Great Barrier Reef. pp. 53-76, more
  • Duke, N.C.; Wolanski, E. (2001). Muddy coastal waters and depleted mangrove coastlines: depleted seagrass and coral reefs, in: Wolanski, E. (Ed.) Oceanographic processes of coral reefs: physical and biological links in the Great Barrier Reef. pp. 77-91, more
  • Fortes, M. (2001). The effects of siltation on tropical coastal ecosystems, in: Wolanski, E. (Ed.) Oceanographic processes of coral reefs: physical and biological links in the Great Barrier Reef. pp. 93-111, more
  • McCook, L.J.; Wolanski, E.; Spagnol, S. (2001). Modelling and visualizing interactions between natural disturbances and eutrophication as causes of coral reef degradation, in: Wolanski, E. (Ed.) Oceanographic processes of coral reefs: physical and biological links in the Great Barrier Reef. pp. 113-125, more
  • Fabricius, K.E.; De'ath, G. (2001). Biodiversity on the Great Barrier Reef: large-scale patterns and turbidity-related local loss of soft coral taxa, in: Wolanski, E. (Ed.) Oceanographic processes of coral reefs: physical and biological links in the Great Barrier Reef. pp. 127-144, more
  • King, B.A.; McAllister, F.; Wolanski, E.; Done, T.J.; Spagnol, S. (2001). River plume dynamics in the Central Great Barrier Reef, in: Wolanski, E. (Ed.) Oceanographic processes of coral reefs: physical and biological links in the Great Barrier Reef. pp. 145-159, more
  • Cappo, M.; Kelley, R. (2001). Connectivity in the Great Barrier Reef world heritage area: an overview of pathways and processes, in: Wolanski, E. (Ed.) Oceanographic processes of coral reefs: physical and biological links in the Great Barrier Reef. pp. 161-187, more
  • Gribble, N.A. (2001). A model of the ecosystem and associated penaeid prawn community in the far northern Great Barrier Reef, in: Wolanski, E. (Ed.) Oceanographic processes of coral reefs: physical and biological links in the Great Barrier Reef. pp. 189-207, more
  • Carleton, J.H.; Brinkman, R.; Doherty, P.J. (2001). The effects of water flow around coral reefs on the distribution of pre-settlement fish (Great Barrier Reef, Australia), in: Wolanski, E. (Ed.) Oceanographic processes of coral reefs: physical and biological links in the Great Barrier Reef. pp. 209-230, more
  • Spagnol, S.; Wolanski, E.; Deleersnijder, E. (2001). Steering by coral reef assemblages, in: Wolanski, E. (Ed.) Oceanographic processes of coral reefs: physical and biological links in the Great Barrier Reef. pp. 231-236, more
  • Speare, P.; Steinberg, C.R. (2001). Environmental factors influencing the activity of black marlin, in: Wolanski, E. (Ed.) Oceanographic processes of coral reefs: physical and biological links in the Great Barrier Reef. pp. 237-253, more
  • Drew, E.A. (2001). Ocean nutrienst to sediment banks via tidal jets and Halimeda meadows, in: Wolanski, E. (Ed.) Oceanographic processes of coral reefs: physical and biological links in the Great Barrier Reef. pp. 255-267, more
  • Lough, J.M. (2001). Climate variability and change on the Great Barrier Reef, in: Wolanski, E. (Ed.) Oceanographic processes of coral reefs: physical and biological links in the Great Barrier Reef. pp. 269-300, more
  • Skirving, W.; Guinotte, J. (2001). The sea surface temperature story on the Great Barrier Reef during the coral bleaching event of 1998, in: Wolanski, E. (Ed.) Oceanographic processes of coral reefs: physical and biological links in the Great Barrier Reef. pp. 301-313, more
  • Dutton, I.M.; Bengen, D.G.; Tulungen, J.J. (2001). The challenges of coral reef management in Indonesia, in: Wolanski, E. (Ed.) Oceanographic processes of coral reefs: physical and biological links in the Great Barrier Reef. pp. 315-330, more
  • Talbot, F. (2001). Will the Great Barrier Reef survive human impact?, in: Wolanski, E. (Ed.) Oceanographic processes of coral reefs: physical and biological links in the Great Barrier Reef. pp. 331-348, more

Abstract
    Demonstrating the relevance and need of science in planning the future of the Great Barrier Reef and coral reefs worldwide, "Oceanographic Processes of Coral Reefs: Physical and Biological Links in the Great Barrier Reef" emphasizes multi-disciplinary processes - physical and biological links - that have emerged as the dominant forces shaping and controlling the ecosystem. The book draws heavily on data from coral reefs in Australia, Indonesia, Thailand, and the Philippines. "Oceanographic Processes of Coral Reefs: Physical and Biological Links in the Great Barrier Reef" covers: climate and global change; coastal oceanography; wetlands ecology; estuaries; marine biology; land use management in the tropics; fisheries management; coral Reef ecological modeling; and, biodiversity and the human impact. Explore how the ecosystem responds to both physical and biological stimuli, and how they interact. Understand processes imperative to create sustainable design strategies. Comprehend the connectivity of biotopes - land, mangroves, seagrass, and corals. Discover the relationship between managing marine resources and managing adjoining land use. Learn how fish behavior and migration patterns control fisheries.

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