HMAP - History of Marine Animal Populations
An interdisciplinary research program that uses historical and environmental archives to examine the changes in marine communities over the past 500 years. The goals of HMAP are to examine the ecological impacts of large-scale harvesting, long-term changes in stock abundance, and the role of marine resources in historical development. Fish Populations in a Tidal Estuary in the Marlborough Sounds, New Zealand from 1971 to 2004
Long term ecological research study of fish populations Effects of naturally acidified seawater on seagrass calcerous epibionts
Surface ocean pH is likely to decrease by up to 0.4. This article shows the response of calcareous seagrass. First report on tsunami damage to coral reefs
(9%) Newsletter September 2006
(9%) DePuy, Gove
(7%) A. Speller (restricted access) Marine biodiversity and ecological function. Biology International Special Issue 23: 1-19.
Marine biodiversity and ecological function Ecological issues in wetland mitigation: An introduction to the forum
Ecological issues in wetland mitigation: An introduction to the forum Some ecological effects of harvesting Macrocystis integrifolia.
Some ecological effects of harvesting Macrocystis integrifolia.