Sea Ice, 2nd Edition
November 2009, Wiley-Blackwell
Building on the success of the previous edition, the second edition of Sea Ice, now much expanded and in full colour throughout, includes six completely new chapters with complete revisions of all the chapters included from the first edition.
The Editors, Professor David Thomas and Dr Gerhard Dieckmann have once again drawn together an extremely impressive group of internationally respected contributing authors, ensuring a comprehensive worldwide coverage of this incredibly important topic.
Sea Ice, second edition, is an essential purchase for oceanographers and marine scientists, environmental scientists, biologists, geochemists and geologists. All those involved in the study of global climate change will find this book to contain a wealth of important information. All libraries in universities and research establishments where these subjects are studied and taught will need multiple copies of this book on their shelves.
truly multidisciplinary approach
world leading authors and editors
international in scope, covering both Arctic and Antarctic work
of vital interest to all those involved in global warming and climate change research
highly illustrated full colour book with colour images throughout
Foreword (Stephen F. Ackley).
Chapter 1 The Importance of Sea Ice: An Overview.
Chapter 2 Growth, Structure and Properties of Sea Ice.
Chapter 3 Sea Ice and Oceanography.
Chapter 4 Dynamics Versus Thermodynamics: The Sea Ice Thickness Distribution.
Chapter 5 Snow and Sea Ice.
Chapter 6 Variability and Trends of the Global Sea Ice Cover.
Chapter 7 Sea ice bacteria and viruses.
Chapter 8 Primary Producers and Sea Ice.
Chapter 9 Heterotrophic Protists associated with Sea ice.
Chapter 10 Sea Ice Meio- and Macrofauna.
Chapter 11 Sea Ice: A Critical Habitat for Polar Marine Mammals and Birds.
Chapter 12 Biogeochemistry of Sea Ice.
Chapter 13 Palaeo Sea Ice Distribution and Reconstruction Derived from the Geological Record.
Chapter 14 Sea Ice in Non-Polar Regions.
Chapter 15 Sea ice and Astrobiology.
Gerhard S. Dieckmann is based at the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven, Germany.
* world leading authors and editors
* international in scope, covering both Arctic and Antarctic work
* of vital interest to all those involved in global warming and climate change research
* highly illustrated full colour book with colour images throughout