Seagrasses: Monitoring, Ecology, Physiology, and Management
Seagrasses are becoming widely used as in situ indicators of the relative health and condition of subtropical and tropical estuarine ecosystems. To permit meaningful management of our estuaries, there is clearly a need to develop and refine ways of effectively monitoring and assessing seagrasses.
Seagrasses: Monitoring, Ecology, Physiology, and
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Chapter 3 Somatic Respiratory and Photosynthetic Responses of the Seagrass Halodule wrightii to Light Reduction in Tampa Bay Florida Including a ...
Chapter 4 The Effects of Dock Height on Light Irradiance PAR and Seagrass Halodule wrightii and Syringodium filiforme Cover
Chapter 5 Tape Grass Life History Metrics Associated with Environmental Variables in a Controlled Estuary
Chapter 6 Experimental Studies on the Salinity Tolerance of Turtle Grass Thalassia testudinum
Chapter 7 Effects of the Disposal of Reverse Osmosis Seawater Desalination Discharges on a Seagrass Meadow Thalassia testudinum Offshore of Anti...
Chapter 8 Development and Use of an Epiphyte PhotoIndex EPI for Assessing Epiphyte Loadings on the Seagrass Halodule wrightii
Chapter 14 LongTerm Trends in Seagrass Beds in the Mosquito Lagoon and Northern Banana River Florida
Chapter 15 Reciprocal Transplanting of the Threatened Seagrass Halophila johnsonii Johnsons Seagrass in the Indian RIver Lagoon Florida
Chapter 16 Setting Seagrass Targets for the Indian River Lagoon Florida
Chapter 17 Seagrass Bed Recovery after Hydrological Restoration in a Coastal Lagoon with Groundwater Discharges in the North of Yucatan Southe...
A Potential Method to Assess Environmental Health of Coastal Habitats
Chapter 19 Scaling Submersed Plant Community Responses to Experimental Nutrient Enrichment
Chapter 20 Seagrass Ecosystem Characteristics Research and Management Needs in the Florida Big Bend
A ResourceBased Approach to Estuarine Management
Chapter 9 Establishing Baseline Seagrass Parameters in a Small Estuarine Bay
Chapter 10 Monitoring Submerged Aquatic Vegetation in Hillsborough Bay Florida
Chapter 11 Monitoring the Effects of Construction and Operation of a Marina on the Seagrass Halophila decipiens in Fort Lauderdale Florida
Chapter 12 Recent Trends in Seagrass Distributions in Southwest Florida Coastal Waters
Chapter 13 Monitoring Seagrass Changes in Indian River Lagoon Florida Using Fixed Transects
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