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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Climate change and coastal ecosystems : long-term effects of climate and nutrient loading on trophic organization /|
|Author||Livingston, Robert J.,|
|Publisher||CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group,|
|ISBN||9781466568433; 1466568437; 9781322638393; 132263839X|
|Subjects||Coastal ecology--Mexico, Gulf of--Longitudinal studies. ; Climatic changes--Mexico, Gulf of--Longitudinal studies. ; Nutrient pollution of water--Mexico, Gulf of--Longitudinal studies. ; NATURE--Ecology. ; NATURE--Ecosystems & Habitats--Wilderness. ; SCIENCE--Environmental Science. ; SCIENCE--Life Sciences--Ecology. ; Gulf of Mexico.|
|Local Library Info||
|Collation||1 online resource (xxxix, 524 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates) : illustrations (some color), maps (some color).|
Includes bibliographical references (pages 461-513). Online resource; title from digital title page (EbscoHost platform, viewed March 1, 2016).
Due to license restrictions, this resource is available to EPA employees and authorized contractors only
"Based upon a four decade longitudinal study of river-estuarine systems in the Northeast Gulf of Mexico, this book provides a detailed comparative analysis of the long-term data with specific references to similarities and differences in system response to nutrient loading (natural and anthropogenic) and long-term climatological cycles. It includes specific references to noted changes in the climate of the study regions over the four decades of field operations. The unique database will allow a totally new approach to the differentiation of anthropogenic processes relative to natural conditions in a series of river-estuarine systems."--Provided by publisher. Part 1. Overview. Methods -- part 2. Long-term habit at conditions. Regional Background ; Rainfall and River Flows: Long-Term Changes ; Nutrient Loading: Natural versus Anthropogenic Inputs ; Dredged Passes to the Gulf: Comparative Effects -- part 3. Trophic response to long-term climate changes. Climatological Impacts on Gulf Estuaries -- part 4. Impacts of anthropogenic nutrient loading. -- Estuarine Response to Urban Nutrient Loading -- part 5. Comparative analysis of gulf ecosystems. Trophic Organization -- part 6. Information dissemination. Omission and Misrepresentation by Regional News Media -- part 7. Closing. Conclusions ; Appendix A: Field/Laboratory Methods Used for the CARRMA Studies (1970-2012) ; Appendix B: Statistical Analyses Used in the Long-Term Studies of the NE Gulf of Mexico (1970-2012) ; Appendix C: Lists of Species of Plants and Animals Taken in the Various River-Bay Systems in the NE Gulf of Mexico ; Appendix D: Personnel Involved in the Perdido Study (1988-2007) ; Appendix E: Final Recommended Order, Lane et al. vs International Paper and FDEP, Bram D.E. Canter, Presiding (2007).