Marine biology: an ecological approach
*0-8053-4582-5, Nybakken, James and Bertness, Mark, Marine Biology: An Ecological Approach, Sixth Edition//-->Marine Biology: An Ecological Approach, Sixth Editionapproaches the subject of marine biology by emphasizing the ecological principles that govern marine life throughout all ocean environments and by acknowledging the differences between marine and terrestrial ecosystems. This unique approach adds real-world relevance by exploring how organisms interact within their individual ecosystems while also focusing on the significance of human impact on the sea.Marine Environments, Plankton Communities, Oceanic Nekton, Deep-Sea Biology, Shallow-Water Subtidal Benthic Associations, Intertidal Ecology, Meiofauna, Estuaries and Salt Marches, Tropical Communities, Symbiotic Relationships, Human Impact on the SeaFor all readers interested in marine biology and marine ecology.
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SOME ECOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES
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abundant adaptations algae algal anemones animals Antarctic areas Atlantic autotrophs bacteria beaches benthic biological biomass bottom carbon carnivores cells changes clams Cnidaria coast communities competition copepods coral reefs crabs crustaceans cycle deep deep-sea density deposit feeders depth diatoms dinoflagellates diversity dominant ecology ecosystem effect energy environment estuaries factors fauna feeders feeding Figure fisheries fishes grazing habitats herbivores hydrothermal vents increase interactions intertidal zone invertebrates kelp large numbers larvae layers levels light living mangrove marine mammals marine organisms meiofauna mesopelagic migration mollusks mussels nektonic nutrients occur ocean oxygen Pacific particles patterns pelagic Photo courtesy photosynthesis phylum physical phytoplankton plankton plants polychaete populations predators prey primary productivity reduced result rocky salinity salt marshes sand seagrass seawater sediment shallow shores species squid structure substrate temperate temperature terrestrial thermocline tide tion tropical urchins various vent vertical water column water masses wave action whales zonation zooplankton zooxanthellae