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Mediterranean marine ecosystems

NATO ARW on Mediterranean Marine, Ecosystems (1983 Heraklion, Crete)

Mediterranean marine ecosystems

by NATO ARW on Mediterranean Marine, Ecosystems (1983 Heraklion, Crete)

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Published by Published in cooperation with the NATO Scientific Affairs Division Plenum Press .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographies and indexes.

Statementedited by Maria Moraitou-Apostolopoulou and Vassili Kiortsis.
SeriesNATO conference series -- v.8.
ContributionsMoraitou-Apostolopoulou, Maria., Kiortsis, Vassili, 1925-
The Physical Object
Paginationviii,407p.
Number of Pages407
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22354591M
ISBN 100306419106

  The Mediterranean Sea is a highly diverse marine ecosystem that hosts 7–10% of the world’s marine biodivers It is defined as “under siege” due to historical and current impacts. DOI: /cr Corpus ID: Effects of climate change on Mediterranean marine ecosystems: the case of the Catalan Sea @article{CalvoEffectsOC, title={Effects of climate change on Mediterranean marine ecosystems: the case of the Catalan Sea}, author={Eva Calvo and Rafel Sim{\'o} and Rafael Coma and Marta P{\`a}ez Ribes and Josep Pascual and A. Sabat{\'e}s and Josep .

A core textbook series that aims to provide students with accessible, up-to-date accounts of Ecogeography - the marriage of ecology with geography - in the primary terrestrial and marine environments. This is the first book in the series on Mediterranean Ecogeography. Anastasia Miliou, a marine biologist, leads scientific research at the Archipelagos Institute since Her main interests cover marine mammal research and management, fisheries research and co-management, conservation of marine protected habitats, with a focus on the Aegean Sea and linking marine research with local communities and various stakeholder groups.

Marine experts and conservationists see great hope in the opportunities provided by MPAs to counter threats to marine ecosystems. In this book, the effects of the MPAs are illustrated based on detailed analyses of the recent case studies of Mediterranean charismatic species, like monk seal, dolphins, groupers, seagrass meadows and birds. Potential impacts of climate change and greenhouse gas emissions on Mediterranean marine ecosystems and cetaceans - Volume 89 Issue 1 - D.D. Gambaiani, P. Mayol, S.J. Isaac, M.P. Simmonds.


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