Changing Marine Ecosystems and Processes: Trajectories and Recovery

  • Ivan Valiela


The previous chapters have outlined the plethora of processes that participate in structuring the functioning of marine populations, communities, and ecosystems, have described the interactions at local and larger spatial scales, and throughout, have highlighted the biogeochemical, climatic, and ecological controls that influence the interactions among these various elements, units, and assemblages of components. Not infrequently, we have been concerned with the anthropogenic influences in these complex dynamics.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Distinguished Scientist The Ecosystems CenterMarine Biological LaboratoryWoods HoleUSA

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