Threats to Mangrove Forests
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This book focuses on the worldwide threats to mangrove forests and the management solutions currently being used to counteract those hazards. Designed for the professional or specialist in marine science, coastal zone management, biology, and related disciplines, this work will appeal to those not only working to protect mangrove forests, but also the surrounding coastal areas of all types. Examples are drawn from many different geographic areas, including North and South America, India, and Southeast Asia. Subject areas covered include both human-induced and natural impacts to mangroves,…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book focuses on the worldwide threats to mangrove forests and the management solutions currently being used to counteract those hazards. Designed for the professional or specialist in marine science, coastal zone management, biology, and related disciplines, this work will appeal to those not only working to protect mangrove forests, but also the surrounding coastal areas of all types. Examples are drawn from many different geographic areas, including North and South America, India, and Southeast Asia. Subject areas covered include both human-induced and natural impacts to mangroves, intended or otherwise, as well as the efforts being made by coastal researchers to promote restoration of these coastal fringing forests.
  • Produktdetails
  • Coastal Research Library .25
  • Verlag: Springer / Springer International Publishing / Springer, Berlin
  • Artikelnr. des Verlages: 978-3-319-73015-8
  • 1st ed. 2018
  • Erscheinungstermin: 22. Mai 2018
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 287mm x 215mm x 43mm
  • Gewicht: 2156g
  • ISBN-13: 9783319730158
  • ISBN-10: 3319730150
  • Artikelnr.: 50012181
Autorenporträt
Christopher Makowski is the Assistant Director of the Coastal Education and Research Foundation, Inc. (CERF) and the Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the international Journal of Coastal Research (JCR). He has published numerous peer reviewed papers, authored several chapters, and co-edited and/or contributed to various volumes in Springer's Coastal Research Library (CRL) Series. In addition to these accomplishments, he is professionally recognized by the American Academy of Underwater Sciences (AAUS), served as the Assistant Director of the Marine Science and Biological Research Division at the coastal engineering firm, Coastal Planning & Engineering (CPE), and held the position of Principle Marine Scientist for the municipality of Collier County, Florida, U.S.A. He is a graduate of Florida Atlantic University and has earned degrees with an emphasis on remote sensing of biogeomorphological resources (Ph.D.) and marine ecosystem diversity and conservation (Master's of Science). In addition to his academic and professional credentials, Dr. Makowski is also a certified Master Scuba Diver Trainer through the Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI). Other professional registrations and certifications include: Journal of Coastal Research (JCR) Editorial Board Member, The International Society for Reef Studies (ISRS) Sustaining Member, The Florida Association of Environmental Professionals (FAEP) Chapter Member, American Academy of Underwater Sciences (AAUS) Registered Diving Safety Officer, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Member, Coastal Education and Research Foundation (CERF) Board of Directors (Trustees), National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) Certified Marine Mammal and Protected Species Observer, Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI) Open Water Scuba Diver Instructor, PADI Enriched Air Nitrox Specialty Instructor, Emergency First Responder (CPR/FirstAid/AED) Instructor, PADI Specialty Underwater Photographer Instructor, and Divers Alert Network (DAN) Professional Member. Charles W. Finkl has been the Executive Director of the Coastal Education & Research Foundation and Editor-in-Chief of the international Journal of Coastal Research for the past 35 years. He has edited and/or contributed to more than eight volumes in the Encyclopedia of Earth Sciences Series (Springer), of which he is the Series Editor. He is also the Series Editor of the Coastal Research Library (Springer). In addition to these duties, he is Distinguished University Professor Emeritus at Florida Atlantic University (FAU) (Boca Raton, Florida). He is a graduate of Oregon State University (Corvallis) and the University of Western Australia (Perth). Work experience includes the International Nickel Company of Australia (Perth), Coastal Planning & Engineering (Boca Raton, Florida), and Technos Geophyiscal Consulting (Miami, Florida). He has published numerous peer-reviewed technical research papers, and edited or co-edited and contributed to many books. Dr. Finkl is a Certified Professional Geological Scientist (Arvada, Colorado), a Certified Professional Soil Scientist (Madison, Wisconsin), a Certified Wetland Scientist (Lawrence, Kansas), and a Chartered Marine Scientist (London). Academically, he served as a Demonstrator at the University of Western Australia, Courtesy Professor at Florida International University (Miami), Program Professor and Director of the Institute of Coastal and Marine Studies at Nova Southeastern University (Port Everglades, Florida), and Full Professor at FAU. During his career, he acquired field experience in Australia; the Bahamas; Puerto Rico, Jamaica; Brazil; Papua New Guinea and other SW Pacific islands; southern Africa; Western Europe; and the Pacific Northwest, Midwest, and Southeast USA. Dr. Finkl is a member of several professional societies including the Geological Society of America; Soil Science Society of America; Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology; and the Society of Wetland Specialists. He is a recipient of the International Beach Advocacy Award (Florida Shore & Beach Preservation Association), Certificate of George V. Chilingar Medal of Honor (Russian Academy of Natural Sciences), and Lifetime Commitment to Coastal Science Award (International Coastal Symposium).
Inhaltsangabe
1. Status and Management Efforts of Mangrove Habitats in South Florida - Christopher Makowski & Charles W. Finkl2. Threats on biodiversity and management challenges for the Sundarbans mangrove forest of Bangladesh - Mahmood Hossain
3. Conservation in Mangrove Forests of Northeast Brazil, investigated through the diversity of Drosophilidae (Insecta, Diptera)- Claudia Rohde
4. Blue carbon potential of community-managed mangrove forests - Dixon Tuzon Gevana5. The (beneficial) effects of mangrove forest to sea defence structures - Henk Jan Verhagen
6. Mangrove species composition change over the last 50 years in Bangladesh and associated threats to the Sundarbans - Sanjoy Roy
7. Towards sustainability and protection of threatened coastal ecossystems: Management strategies for a rare stone mangrove in Gorda Beach, Buzios, Brazil - Marcelo Obraczka
8.Natural and human-induced impacts on the Isla Salamanca Natural Park, Caribbean Coast of Colombia - Nelson GuillermoRangel Buitrago, Giorgio Anfuso, & Felipe Arenas
9. An analysis of mangrove establishment in an artificial estuarine channel, Singapore - Patrick Hesp
10. Vulnerability of Mangrove Forest Wetland Ecosystems in The Sundarbans Natural World Heritage Site of Bangladesh - Shafi Noor Islam
11. Assessment and Management strategies of  Mangrove Forest in Brunei Darussalam on the island of Borneo - Shafi Noor Islam & Simaa Ezzazi
12. The transitional mangrove scrub north of La Paz and Magdalena Bay in Baja California Sur - Petra Mudie
13. TBD (Current status of mangrove wetlands in Sinaloa, a biological corridor along the eastern margin of the Gulf of California) - Mercedes Marlenne Manzano Sarabia
14. TBD (Interaction of mangroves, coastal hydrodyanmlics and morphodynmics of the mangrove fringe along the coasts of Guiane francaise, Suriname and Guyana) - Erik A. Toorman
15. Mangrove Forests threatened in different Physiographic settings: some critical issues of natural impacts on the coastal fringing forests of India - Ashis Kr. Paul, Subrata Jana, & Amrit Kamila
16. TBD (The 'state-of-play' in Australia wherein mangroves are being destroyed or compromised anthropogenically) - Vic Semeniuk
17. TBD (Legislation side of mangrove protection in Australia) - Vic Semeniuk
18. Physical oceanography processes affecting tropical mangroves and their numerical parameterisations - Oleg Makarynskyy
19. Managing mangrove expansion in New Zealand - Erik Horstman et al.
20. Heavy metal distribution and accumulation from natural and anthropogenic sources in tropical mangroves of India and Bangladesh - AL Ramanathan
21. TBD (mangroves on the Brazilian Amazon coast regarding uses and restoration) - Marcus E.B. Fernandes
22. Mangrove forests in São Tomé and Príncipe Islands (Gulf of Guinea, Africa): Conservation and Management Status - Ricardo Haroun & Antonio Abreu
23. High-Throughput Techniques as Tools for Knowledge-Based Spatial Conservation Prioritization in Mangrove Ecosystems - Martin Zimmer & Véronique Helfer
24. Ecosystem Design: When mangrove ecology meets human needs - Martin Zimmer & Véronique Helfer
25. TBD (Urban Mangroves) - Swapan Paul
26. Geospatial assessment of spatio-temporal changes in mangrove vegetation of Pichavaram region, Tamilnadu, India - Vani M. & P. Rama Chandra Prasad
27. Remote Sensing of Mangrove Forests: Current Techniques and Existing Datasets (or Databases) - Stuart Hamilton28. TBD (Mangrove Forest Persian and Oman Gulf) - Alireza Salehipour
29. Challenges and Opportunities for Establishment of Mangrove Plantations in the Arabian Gulf Region - Narayana Bhat30. Impacts of urbanization on organic matter production within river-mangrove estuary systems: Examples from the Cocó and Pacoti Rivers, Ceará State, Brazil - Stéphane MOUNIER
31. Urban Mangrove Biology and Ecology - Benjamin Branoff