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Volume 43 contains analysis on cold seep sediments, unburnt coal in the marine environment, biofiltration and biofouling on artificial structures in Europe, ecology of rafting in marine ecosystems, effects of globalisation in marine environments, and much more.
Table of Contents
Ecology of cold seep sediments: Interactions of fauna with flow, chemistry and microbes
Lisa A. Levin
Integrated assessment of a large marine ecosystem: A case study of the devolution of the Eastern Scotian Shelf, Canada
J.S. Choi, K.T. Frank, B.D. Petrie & W.C. Leggett
Biological effects of unburnt coal in the marine environment
Michael J. Ahrens & Donald J. Morrisey
Biofiltration and biofouling on artificial structures in Europe: The potential for mitigating organic impacts
David J. Hughes, Elizabeth J. Cook & Martin D.J. Sayer
Aspects of the physiology, biology and ecology of thalassinidean shrimps in relation to their burrow environment
R. James A. Atkinson & Alan C. Taylor
Zonation of deep biota on continental margins
Robert S. Carney
The ecology of rafting in the marine environment. II. The rafting organisms and community
Martin Thiel & Lars Gutow
Globalisation in marine ecosystems: The story of non-indigenous marine species across European seas
Nikos Streftaris, Argyro Zenetos & Evangelos Papathanassiou
Ecology and evolution of mimicry in coral reef fishes
Even Moland, Janelle V. Eagle & Geoffrey P. Jones
An evaluation of the evidence for linkages between mangroves and fisheries: A synthesis of the literature and identification of research directions
F.J. Manson, N.R. Loneragan, G.A. Skilleter & S.R. Phinn
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