||Symposium on the Natural Resources of the Mobile Bay Estuary, February, 1987 /
Lowery, Tony A.
||Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium, Ocean Springs, MS.;Alabama Dept. of Economic and Community Affairs, Montgomery.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.;Corps of Engineers, Washington, DC.;Fish and Wildlife Service, Washington, DC.
|| Alabama Sea Grant Extension Service, Alabama Cooperative Extension Service, Auburn University,
Estuarine ecology--Alabama--Mobile Bay--Congresses. ;
Marine resources conservation--Alabama--Mobile Bay--Congresses. ;
Fisheries--Alabama--Mobile Bay--Congresses. ;
Gulf of Mexico--Mobile Bay. ;
Wetland resources--Alabama--congresses ;
Fisheries research--Mobile Bay ;
Estuaries--preservation and management--congresses ;
Mobile Bay--habitat preservation--mitigation--congresses
Natural resources ;
Mobile Bay ;
Coastal topographic features ;
Benthonic zone ;
Water quality ;
Aquatic animals ;
Aquatic plants ;
||Region 4 Library/Atlanta,GA
||NHEERL/GED Library/Gulf Breeze,FL
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||vi, 208 pages : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm
The symposium was the second in a series to present the results of studies, management activities and related information pertinent to improving the communal stewardship of the Mobile Bay Estuary. The papers presented dealt with: The resources of Mobile Bay; Fisheries research and management; Benthic and wetland resources; Habitat preservation, Restoration and mitigation; Educational efforts; Hydrography, circulation, water quality and pollutants. The primary objectives of the symposium were to bring the information together and to identify a new set of management/research recommendations.
"September, 1987." "MASGP-87-007." Sponsored by: Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs, U.S. Environmental Agency, Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Alabama Sea Grant Extension Service, Coastal Research and Development Institute. Includes bibliographical references. NOAA Office of Sea Grant