Large Marine Ecosystems: Stress, Mitigation and Sustainability
May 1995, Wiley-Blackwell
- large marine ecosystems as global units for marine resources management.
- an ecological perspective;.
The large marine ecosystem approach to regional seas action plans and conventions: a geographic perspective;.
Scientific and organizational aspects of large marine ecosystems research;.
Application of large marine ecosystems management to global marine pollution;.
Application of international global change research programs, including GLOBEC, to long-term large marine ecosystems management;.
Approaches to forecasting biomass yields in large marine ecosystems;.
Part Two: Regional Case Studies - Stress and Mitigation of Large Marine Ecosystems.
- long-term viability in the food chains, biomass yields, and oceanography of the Bay of bengal ecosystem;.
Effects of physical and biological changes on the biomass yield of the Humboldt Current ecosystem;.
Food chains, physical dynamics, perturbations and biomass yields of the Sea of Okhotsk;.
Effetcs of long-term physical and biological perturbations on the contemporary biomass yields of the Yellow Sea ecosystem;.
Long-term variability in the food chains, biomass yields, and oceanography of the Canary Current ecosystem;.
The large marine ecosystem of shelf areas in the Gulf of Guinea: long-term variability induced by climatic changes;.
Ecological and fishing features of the Adriatic Sea;.
Contrast between recent fishery trends and evidence for nutrient enrichment in two large marine ecosystems: The Mediterranean and The Black Seas;.
Startified models of large marine ecosystems: a general approach and an application to the South China Sea;.
Marine biogeographic provinces of the Bering, Chukchi and Beaufort Seas;.
Effects of climatic changes on the biomass yield of the Barents Sea, Norwegian Sea and West Greenland large marine ecosystems;.
The California Current, Benguela Current and Southwestern Atlantic Shelf ecosystems: a comparative approach to identifying factors regulating biomass yields;.
Part Three: Sustainability and Management of Large Marine Ecosystems.
- regional approach to large marine ecosystems;.
Legal regimes for management of large marine ecosystems and their component resources;.
Ocean management and the large marine ecosystem concept: taking the next step;.
Convention on the conservation of Antarctic marine living resources;.
Simulation study of effects of closed areas to all fishing, with particular reference to the North Sea ecosystem;.
Research and management in the Northern California Current ecosystem;.
Sutainable development of the Great Barrier Reef as a large marine ecosystem;.
Role of national political factors in the management of LMEs: evidence from West Africa;.
Large marine eocsystems of the Pacific Rim;.
Part Four: Technology Applications to the Monitoring Process in Large Marine Ecosystems.
- applications of advanced acoustic technology in large marine ecosystem studies;.
Application of molecular techniques to large marine ecosystems;.
Application of satellite remote sensing and optical buoys/moorings to LME studies