4 edition of Concepts in biological oceanography found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Peter A. Jumars.|
|LC Classifications||QH541.5.S3 J85 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 348 p. :|
|Number of Pages||348|
|LC Control Number||92039069|
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The next section of the book is devoted to central issues of biological oceanography: controls of primary production, the role of bacteria, and questions of recruitment. The last part treats interdisciplinary topics as the arena in which the non-biological environmental scientist is most likely to find need for some biological by: Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.
Concepts in biological oceanography: an interdisciplinary primer in SearchWorks catalog. This textbook for advanced level courses in oceanography focuses on the interaction of ecological and physical processes that govern the ocean. The book begins with an introduction to ecology, using foraging theory and analytic formulation of encounter rates of predator and prey as organizing principles.
Examples used are primarily marine to convey how marine systems differ from terrestrial. book Concepts in biological oceanography: an interdisciplinary primer Peter A Jumars Published in in New York NY) by Oxford university pressCited by: Difficult concepts are explained in a straightforward manner, making this book accessible to undergraduates, graduates and researchers alike.
Features a chapter on important numerical models which have become indispensable in biological oceanography. Further details of key terms and important topics are highlighted in boxes4/5(1). In my view, Biological Oceanography as a discipline is an integrated systems science that exposes the interactions between the physics, chemistry, and biology of the ocean.
But like the first edition, the second edition distinguishes itself as a more organismal-than-ecological approach to the subject of biological oceanography (though ecology Reviews: 7.
Introduction to Oceanography is a textbook appropriate to an introductory-level university course in oceanography. The book covers the fundamental geological, chemical, physical and biological processes in the ocean, with an emphasis on the North Atlantic region.
This new edition of Biological Oceanography has been greatly updated and expanded since its initial publication in It presents current understanding of ocean ecology emphasizing the character of marine organisms from viruses to fish and worms, together with their significance to their habitats and to each other.
The book initially emphasizes pelagic organisms and processes, but benthos. T.S. Bianchi, J.E. Bauer, in Treatise on Estuarine and Coastal Science, Flow cytometry. Flow cytometry was introduced into biological oceanography as a means to rapidly and precisely estimate cell numbers of pico- and nano-phytoplankton (e.g., algal cells of less than 20 µm in size), within the ecological time of phytoplankton cycles (Legendre and Le Fevre, ; Legendre and.
Biological Oceanography is concerned with the interactions of populations of marine organisms with one another and with their physical and chemical environment. Because these interactions are frequently complex, and because the concepts and techniques draw from many fields, biological oceanography is, of necessity, an interdisciplinary science.
Training in physical oceanography, marine. This text provides an introduction to the principles and major questions of biological oceanography for physical scientists.
The book covers subject matter in the pelagic and benthic environments, and is intended to bridge the gap between entirely descriptive oceanography texts and works on the mathematical modelling of marine ecosystems. to a final chapter on some practical applications of biological oceanography to fisheries and pollution problems.
The book. Difficult concepts are explained in a straightforward manner, making this book accessible to undergraduates, graduates and researchers alike. Features a chapter on important numerical models which have become indispensable in biological oceanography. Further details of key terms and important topics are highlighted in boxes.
Concepts of Physical Oceanography Course Number: OCOR - This course is intended to give students a view to how wind, radiation, gravity, friction, and the Earth's rotation determine the ocean's temperature and salinity patterns and currents.
New discoveries, findings and concepts in biological oceanography during the role of ICES publications Brian MacKenzie, P. Petitgas (Editor), M. Sinclair (Editor), J. Ramster (Editor) National Institute of Aquatic Resources. Oceanography is the study of the physical, chemical, and biological features of the ocean, including the ocean’s ancient history, its current condition, and its future.
In a time when the ocean is threatened by climate change and pollution, coastlines are eroding, and entire species of marine life are at risk of extinction, the role of.
But existing textbooks on oceanography or marine biology address the companion field only cursorily: very few pages in oceanography texts are devoted to marine biology, and vice versa. This new book overcomes that imbalance, bringing these disparate marine science text formats closer together, giving them more equal weight, and introducing more Reviews: This popular undergraduate textbook offers students a firm grounding in the fundamentals of biological oceanography.
As well as a clear and accessible text, learning is enhanced with numerous illustrations including a colour section, thorough chapter summaries, and questions with answers and comments at the back of the s:.
Marine Biology. The study of life in our oceans is not precisely a separate science from oceanography. It can be, and individual topics have to be sorted out that way, but the reality is that all life in the oceans depends on the physical oceans.
To have a full understanding of marine biology, you’ll have to have some knowledge of oceanography.Biological oceanography modeling is at the forefront of modeling in a number of areas: the use of data assimilation, coupled physical-biological models, single-species population models, ecosystem models, and the use of massively parallel supercomputers to simulate biogeochemical processes in general circulation models (Hofmann and Lascara, ).Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Jumars, Peter A.
Concepts in biological oceanography. New York: Oxford University Press, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Peter A Jumars.