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Ever-increasing interest in oceanography and marine biology and their relevance to global environmental issues create a demand for authoritative reviews summarizing the results of recent research. Oceanography and Marine Biology: An Annual Review has catered to this demand since its founding by the late Harold Barnes more than 50 years ago. Its objectives are to consider, annually, the basic areas of marine research, returning to them when appropriate in future volumes; to deal with subjects of special and topical importance; and to add new subjects as they arise.
The favourable reception and complimentary reviews accorded to all the volumes shows that the series is fulfilling a very real need. Volume 54 follows closely the objectives and style of the earlier volumes, continuing to regard the marine sciences—with all their various aspects—as a unity. Physical, chemical, and biological aspects of marine science are dealt with by experts actively engaged in these fields.
The series is an essential reference text for researchers and students in all fields of marine science and related subjects, and it finds a place in libraries of universities, marine laboratories, research institutes and government departments. It is consistently among the highest ranking series in terms of impact factor in the marine biology category of the citation indices compiled by the Institute for Scientific Information/Web of Science.
This textbook provides a comprehensive review of the fields of oceanography and marine biology. While the authors go into great detail to explain the subjects in each chapter, thelanguage is straightforward and is adequately suitable for students at an undergraduate level and above. Each chapter presents a unique consideration for those studying the fields of oceanography and marine biology… Portions of the book may be helpful to those natural product chemists studying specific organisms (phytoplankton) or sites (SE Australia).
Melissa M. Galey & Laura M. Sanchez, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, US, in J. Nat. Prod. 2017, 80, 2591-2592
Perspectives in Visual Imaging for Marine Biology and Ecology: From Acquisition to Understanding
Jennifer M. Durden, Timm Schoening, Franziska Althaus, Ariell Friedman, Rafael Garcia, Adrian G. Glover, Jens Greinert, Nancy Jacobsen Stout, Daniel O.B. Jones, Anne Jordt, Jeffrey W. Kaeli, Kevin Köser, Linda A. Kuhnz, Dhugal Lindsay, Kirsty J. Morris, Tim W. Nattkemper, Jonas Osterloff, Henry A. Ruhl, Hanumant Singh, Maggie Tran & Brian J. Bett
The Contrasting Ecology of Temperate Macrotidal and Microtidal Estuaries
James R. Tweedley, Richard M. Warwick & Ian C. Potter
Disentangling Habitat Concepts for Demersal Marine Fish Management
Sophie. A. M. Elliott, Rosanna J. Milligan, Michael. R. Heath, William. R. Turrell & David M. Bailey
Ocean Sprawl: Challenges and Opportunities for Biodiversity Management in a Changing World
Louise B. Firth, Antony M. Knights, Danielle Bridger, Alison J. Evans, Nova Mieszkowska, Pippa Moore, Nessa E. O’Connor, Emma Sheehan, Richard C. Thompson & Stephen J. Hawkins
Coral Responses to Anthropogenic Stress in the 21st Century – An Ecophysiological Perspective
Michael J. Sweet & Barbara E. Brown
The Ecological Impacts of Sub-Marine Tailings Placement
Elisabetta B. Morello, Michael D.E. Haywood, David T. Brewer, Simon C. Apte, Gert asmund, Y.T. John Kwong & Darren Dennis
Ecological Roles of Exploited Sea Cucumbers
Steven W. Purcell, Chantal Conand, Sven Uthicke & Maria Byrne
Establishing Baselines: Eighty Years of Phytoplankton Diversity and Biomass in South-Eastern Australia
Penelope A. Ajani, Gustaaf M. Hallegraeff, Drew Allen, Alex Coughlan, Anthony J. Richardson, Leanne K. Armand, Tim Ingleton & Shauna A. Murray