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Habitat environments of lakes and coastal wetlands are deteriorating due to their exploitative use and improper management, eroding the biodiversity and undermining the productivity of these unique ecosystems. This book examines ways to restore, conserve and manage lakes and coastal wetlands. It covers topics ranging from biodiversity to modeling and management and depicts case studies from different nations.…mehr

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Habitat environments of lakes and coastal wetlands are deteriorating due to their exploitative use and improper management, eroding the biodiversity and undermining the productivity of these unique ecosystems. This book examines ways to restore, conserve and manage lakes and coastal wetlands. It covers topics ranging from biodiversity to modeling and management and depicts case studies from different nations.


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  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Seitenzahl: 248
  • Erscheinungstermin: 30. Oktober 2008
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781402066467
  • Artikelnr.: 37346493
Inhaltsangabe
Eco-Restoration Impact on Fishery Biodiversity and Population Structure in Chilika LakeS.K. Mohanty, K.S. Bhatta, Rajeeb K. Mohanty , S. Mishra, A. Mohapatra and A.K. Pattnaik Biodiversity Assessment of Algae of Chilika Lake, East Coast of IndiaJ. Rath and S. P. Adhikary Mercury Resistant Bacillus Cereus Isolated from the Pulicat Lake Sediment, North Chennai Coastal Region, South East IndiaS.Kamala Kannan, S. Mahadevan and R. Krishnamoorthy Mercury Pollution in Vembanadu Lake and Adjoining Muvattupuzha River, Kerala, IndiaMahesh Mohan and P. K. Omana Sediment Dispersion in the Bay of BengalP.K.Mohanty, Y. Pradhan, S. R. Nayak, U.S. Panda and G.N. Mohapatra Spatial Heterogeneity of Biogeochemical Parameters in a Subtropical LakeIlia Ostrovsky and Assaf Sukenik Mixing and Internal Waves in a Small Stratified Indian Lake: Subhas SarobarR. Samal, Klaus D. Jöhnk, Frank Peeters, Erich Bäuerle and Asis Mazumdar Physical Processes in Large LakesYerubandi R. Rao and Raj C. Murthy Modelling Coastal EcologyGirija Jayaraman and Anumeha Dube Adaptation to Salinity Change Induced by Sea-Level Rise in Hinuma Lake, JapanHisamichi Nobuoka and Nobuo Mimura Numerical Simulation of Salinity Structure in Chilika LakeA. Dube, G. Jayaraman, A. D. Rao and P.K. Mohanty The Role of Benthos and Epiphyte on the Material Cycle in Akkeshi Lake, JapanMichio J. Kishi, Yuko Oshima The Effect of Freshwater Discharge on the Coastal Ocean Circulation off OrissaA.D. Rao, Sujata Dash and S.V. Babu Reef - An Ecofriendly and Cost Effective HardOption for Coastal ConservationKiran G. Shirlal, Subba Rao, Radheshyam B, Venkata Ganesh Lake Chilika: GIS and the Challenge of Spatial ManagementGeoffrey J. Meaden Mapping Lagoonal Features and Their Variability: Field Observations and Remote Sensing ImplicationsU.S. Panda, P.K. Mohanty, S.R. Pal, G.N. Mohapatra, P. Mishra and G. Jayaraman Assessment and Monitoring the Coastal Wetland Ecology Using RS & GIS with Reference to Bhitarkanika Mangroves of Orissa, IndiaChiranjibi Pattanaik, Ch. Sudhakar Reddy, M. S. R. Murthy and D. Swain Morphodynamics of Godavari Tidal InletsSarika Jain, P.N. Sridhar, B. Veera Narayan and A. Surendran
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"This book would be very useful to the AGU community, including students, as it offers a fresh perspective on lake and coastal environment issues that tend to be unique in many aspects due to differences in biophysical and socioeconomic settings. Solutions to problems related to these issues can therefore be novel and informative to those working on lakes in different settings." -- Eric Odada, EOS Newletter, 20 January 2009