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Natural Resource System Challenge: Oceans and Aquatic Ecosystems

Edited by : Eric Wolanski,

FTSE, Australian Institute of Marine Science, Australia


1. Freshwater Resources and Biology

Michael B. Jones, Botany Department, Trinity College, University of Dublin, Ireland


2. Problems, Restoration and Conservation of Lakes and Rivers

Takashi Asaeda, Department of Environmental Sciences and Human Engineering, Saitama University, Japan

Jagath Manatunge, Department of Environmental Sciences and Human Engineering, Saitama University, Japan

Tilak Priyadarshana, Department of Environmental Sciences and Human Engineering, Saitama University, Japan

Bae Kyung Park, Department of Environmental Sciences and Human Engineering, Saitama University, Japan

Shallow Lakes: Effects of Nutrient Loading and How to Remedy Eutrophication

Erik Jeppesen, National Environmental Research Institute, Department of Lake and Estuarine Ecology, Denmark

Martin Sondergaard, National Environmental Research Institute, Department of Lake and Estuarine Ecology, Denmark

Jens Peder Jensen, National Environmental Research Institute, Department of Lake and Estuarine Ecology,

Torben L. Lauridsen, National Environmental Research Institute, Department of Lake and Estuarine Ecology, Denmark

Ecological Effects of River Re-Habilitation Methodologies Applied in Europe

Morten Lauge Pedersen, Department of Streams and Riparian Areas, National Environmental Research Institute, Denmark

Brian Kronvang, Environmental Research Institute, Denmark

Hans Ole Hansen, Environmental Research Institute, Denmark

Nikolai Friberg, Environmental Research Institute, Denmark

Geographic Information Systems Applied to the Analysis of Riparian Buffer Zones and Lakes

Norio Tanaka, Department of of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Saitama University, Japan

Pre-Reservoir for Reducing Nutrient Inputs from Diffuse Sources - A Case Study

Vera Istvanovics, Water Management Research Group, The Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary

Development of Decision Making Tools for Eutrophic Lakes

Akihiko Hirayama, Chief Research Engineer, Environmental Engineering Department, Engineering Division, Shimizu Corporation, Japan

Environmental and Social Impacts of Reserviors: Issues and Mitigation

Jagath Manatunge, Department of Environmental Sciences and Human Engineering, Saitama University, Japan

Tilak Priyadarshana, Department of Environmental Sciences and Human Engineering, Saitama University, Japan

M. Nakayama, United Graduate School of Agricultural Science, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan

Dynamics, Threats, Responses and Recovery of Riverine-Riparian Flora

Tilak Priyadarshana, Department of Environmental Sciences and Human Engineering, Saitama University, Japan

Dynamics, Threats, Responses and Recovery of Riverine-Riparian Flora

Takashi Asaeda, Department of Environmental Sciences and Human Engineering, Saitama University, Japan

Jagath Manatunge, Department of Environmental Sciences and Human Engineering, Saitama University, Japan

Takeshi Fujino, Department of Environmental Sciences and Human Engineering, Saitama University, Japan

Nimal P. D. Gamage, Department of Civil Engineering, Moratuwa University, Sri Lanka


3. Coastal Regions

Bjorn Kjerfve, Belle W. Baruch Institute for Marine Biology and Coastal Research, University of South Carolina, USA

Biodiversity of Coastal-Realm Waters

G. Carleton Ray, Department of Environmental Sciences, University of Virginia, USA

M.G. McCormick-Ray, Department of Environmental Sciences, University of Virginia, USA

The Vegetated Littoral: Mangroves and Salt Marshes

J.E. Ong, Centre for Marine and Coastal Studies, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia

Wooi Khoon Gong, Centre for Marine and Coastal Studies, School of Biological Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia

Coastal Erosion and Defenses against Erosion

Timothy W. Kana, Coastal Science & Engineering LLC, USA

Resolving Resource Use Conflicts in Coastal Zones

John R. Clark, Mote Marine Laboratory, USA

Marginal Coastal Wetlands - Mangroves and Salt Marshes

Ong Jin Eong

Conflict Resolution in Coastal Regions

John R. Clark, Mote Marine Laboratory, USA

Jens Sorensen


4. The Oceans and Seas

Patrick Gentien, IFREMER, France

Marine Biodiversity: Research and Conservation

Carlo Heip, Center for Estuarine and Coastal Ecology, Netherlands Institute of Ecology, The Netherlands

Fish Stocks and Fisheries in Relation to Climate Variability and Exploitation

Hein Rune Skjoldal, Institute of Marine Research, Norway

Transfer of Non-Indigenous Aquatic Species: A Growing Concern to Aquatic Resource Users

Stephan Gollasch, GoConsult, Germany

Harald Rosenthal, Institut fur Meereskunde, University of Kiel, Germany

Cultivation of Marine Algae

Jim Luong-Van, Faculty of Science, Information Technology, and Education, School of Biological, Environmental

and Chemical Sciences, Northern Territory University, Australia


5. Oceanic Islands

Harold Heatwole, Department of Zoology, North Carolina State University, USA

Oceanic Islands: Introduction

Harold Heatwole, Department of Zoology, North Carolina State University, USA

History of Insular Ecology and Biogeography

Harold Heatwole, Department of Zoology, North Carolina State University, USA

Patterns of Species Richness, Endemism and Diversification in Oceanic Island Floras

Porter P. Lowry II, Africa and Madagascar Department, Missouri Botanical Garden, France

Patterns of Geographical Distribution: Animals

Allen Allison, Bishop Museum, USA

Introduced Species and their Control

Fred Kraus, Department of Natural Sciences, Bernice P. Bishop Museum, USA

Dispersal of Plants and Animals to Oceanic Islands

Jeremy Michael Baylis Smith, School of Human and Environmental Studies, University New England, Australia

Conservation of Island Plant Populations and Communities

Steven Waldren, Trinity College Botanic Garden, University of Dublin, Ireland

Conservation; Endangered Species Programs: Animals

Lucius G. Eldredge, Pacific Science Association, USA

Neal Evenhuis


 

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