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Life at Interfaces and Under Extreme Conditions

Proceedings of the 33rd European Marine Biology Symposium, held at Wilhelmshaven, Germany, 7–11 September 1998

  • Editors
  • Gerd Liebezeit
  • Sabine Dittmann
  • Ingrid Kröncke

Part of the Developments in Hydrobiology book series (DIHY, volume 151)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-vii
  2. E. M. G. T. de Deckere, J. van de Koppel, C. H. R. Heip
    Pages 37-42
  3. Emil Ólafsson, Susanna Carlström, Simon G. M. Ndaro
    Pages 57-64
  4. Mário Barletta, Ulrich Saint-Paul, Audrey Barletta-Bergan, Werner Ekau, Dirk Schories
    Pages 65-74
  5. Jean-Claude Dauvin, Carole Vallet, Pascal Mouny, Souaad Zouhiri
    Pages 139-156
  6. Ari Ruuskanen, Mikko Kiirikki
    Pages 169-172
  7. Klaus Becker, Twee Hormchong, Martin Wahl
    Pages 193-201

About these proceedings

Introduction

Interfaces between media, whether air-water or sediment-water interfaces or organisms themselves, pose considerable problems to marine organisms attempting to live at these boundaries.
In the present volume, a number of authors address various aspects of these two topics. Locations under scrutiny range from intertidal areas to the deep sea, while both macro-and meiofaunal organisms are investigated. Distribution patterns and effects of variable temperatures, pressures, and salinities are analysed. Aspects of fouling induction and prevention are also addressed.
This book is intended as a progress report from the 33rd European Marine Biology Symposium held in Wilhelmshaven, Germany, in September 1998.

Keywords

Crustacea Fauna Mangrove algae development environment forest microcosm temperature

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