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Enclosed experimental ecosystems and scale

John E. Petersen

Enclosed experimental ecosystems and scale

tools for understanding and managing coastal ecosystems

by John E. Petersen

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Published by Springer in New York, NY .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementedited by John E. Petersen ... [et al.] ; authors, G. Mine Berg ... [et al.] ; science communication by Tracey A. Saxby and Joanna L. Woerner
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQH541.5.C65 E53 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 221 p. :
Number of Pages221
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24546519M
ISBN 100387767665, 0387767681
ISBN 109780387767666, 9780387767680
LC Control Number2008940438
OCLC/WorldCa214306531

The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. Vol. 39, Oceanography of a Large-Scale Estuarine System. Vol. 38, Residual Currents and Long-Term Transport. Vol. 37, Enclosed Experimental Marine Ecosystems: A Review and Recommendations: A Contribution of the Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research Working Group Vol. 36, Estuarine Water Quality Management Monitoring, Modelling and.

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Which of the following represents the correct hierarchy of biological organization from large-scale to smaller scale? biosphere, ecosystems, communities, populations, organisms. Membrane-enclosed components of cells that carry out specialized functions are. organelles. Which of the following correctly describes the forms by which energy flows. A mesocosm (meso-or 'medium' and -cosm 'world') is any outdoor experimental system that examines the natural environment under controlled conditions. In this way mesocosm studies provide a link between field surveys and highly controlled laboratory experiments. Mesocosms also tend to be medium-sized to large (e.g., aquatic mesocosm range: 1 to > 10, L) and contain multiple trophic levels of.


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Enclosed Experimental Ecosystems and Scale: Tools for Understanding and Managing Coastal Ecosystems provides scientists, managers, and policy makers with an introduction to what has been termed the "problem of scale", and presents information that will allow for improved design and interpretation of enclosed experimental aquatic ecosystems.

The 5/5(1). Enclosed experimental ecosystems (mesocosms and microcosms) have become critical research tools because they provide a degree of control not achievable through field experiments.

Yet to date, techniques for systematically extrapolating results from small-scale experimental ecosystems to larger, more open, more biodiverse, and more heterogeneous. Enclosed Experimental Ecosystems and Scale: Tools for Understanding and Managing Coastal Ecosystems provides scientists, managers, and policy makers with an introduction to what has been termed the "problem of scale", and presents information that will allow for improved design and interpretation of enclosed experimental aquatic ecosystems.

The 5/5(1). Enclosed experimental ecosystems and scale: Tools for understanding and managing coastal ecosystems Book January with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Enclosed Experimental Ecosystems and Scale: Tools for Understanding and Managing Coastal Ecosystems provides scientists, managers, and policy makers with an introduction to what has been termed the "problem of scale", and presents information that will allow for improved design and interpretation of enclosed experimental aquatic ecosystems.

Enclosed ecosystem experiments have gained in popularity as research tools in ecological science, particularly in the study of coastal aquatic environments. These systems provide scientists with a degree of experimental control that is not achievable through field experiments.

Yet to date, techniques for systematically extrapolating results from small-scale experimental ecosystems to larger. Enclosed Experimental Ecosystems And Scale, Edited by John E. Petersen, Edited by Victor S. Kennedy, Edited by William C. Dennison, Edited by W. Michael Kemp Books, Springer-Verlag New York Inc.

Books, at Meripustak. About this book Published by the American Geophysical Union as part of the Coastal and Estuarine Studies Series, Volume The application of mesocosms, defined in this report as artificial experimental enclosures ranging in size from 1 m 3 to 10 m 3, to address various problems in the marine sciences has been a relatively recent development.

Enclosed Experimental Ecosystems and Scale: Tools for Understanding and Managing Coastal Ecosystems - Kindle edition by Petersen, John E., Kennedy, Victor S., Dennison, William C., Kemp, W.

Michael. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Enclosed Experimental Ecosystems and Scale 5/5(1).

Enclosed experimental ecosystems have become critical research tools because they provide a degree of control not achievable through field experiments.

Yet to date, techniques for systematically extrapolating results to larger, more open, more biodiverse, and more heterogeneous ecosystems in nature have not been well developed. DOI: /choice Corpus ID: Enclosed experimental ecosystems and scale: tools for understanding and managing coastal ecosystems @inproceedings{PetersenEnclosedEE, title={Enclosed experimental ecosystems and scale: tools for understanding and managing coastal ecosystems}, author={John E.

Petersen and Victor S. Kennedy and William C. Dennison and William. book draws on the entire body of research that has been conducted in enclosed experimental ecosystems and distills the essence of what has been learned about experimental design and scale.

Enclosed Experimental Marine Ecosystems: A Review and Recommendations Marine Microcosms: Small-Scale Controlled Ecosystems. Book Title Enclosed Experimental Marine Ecosystems: A Review and Recommendations Book Subtitle A Contribution of the Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research Working Group Kupte si knihu Enclosed Experimental Ecosystems and Scale:: za nejlepší cenu se slevou.

Podívejte se i na další z miliónů zahraničních knih v naší nabídce. Zasíláme rychle a. Soil C stocks vary strongly across different ecosystem types and Earth regions (Fig.

).Global soil C stocks follow a right-skew distribution (Fig. A), meaning that the majority of SOC is stored in a few locations, while most other places on Earth store a relative low amount of carbon in their phical location per se cannot be considered a major driver of soil C storage.

However, experimental ecosystems should be constructed to include organisms and environmental conditions relevant for addressing specific research questions.

Experience suggests that there are a host of issues, questions, and decisions that must be considered in the design of any enclosed experimental aquatic ecosystem. Enclosed Experimental Ecosystems and Scale: and presents information that will allow for improved design and interpretation of enclosed experimental aquatic ecosystems.

The book integrates the results of a year research project involving a multi-disciplinary team of scientists and students to explore scale-related questions in a variety Brand: Springer New York.

Get this from a library. Enclosed experimental ecosystems and scale: tools for understanding and managing coastal ecosystems. [John E Petersen; G Mine Berg;].

Book Title. Enclosed Experimental Marine Ecosystems: A Review and Recommendations. Additional Information. How to Cite. Gamble, J. () Mesocosms: Statistical and Experimental Design Considerations, in Enclosed Experimental Marine Ecosystems: A Review and Recommendations (ed C.M.

Lalli), Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg. doi: Get this from a library. Enclosed experimental ecosystems and scale: tools for understanding and managing coastal ecosystems. [John E Petersen;] -- The environmental challenges now facing humanity, ranging from climate change to urbanization to invasive species to agricultural and industrial pollutants are particularly acute in the coastal zone.

Enclosed experimental ecosystems, if they are to mimic the function of natural ecosystems, also must mimic natural turbulence and its effects. Large-scale velocity gradients and unstable buoyancy fluxes generate turbulent mixing in nature, most often at the surface and bottom boundaries and in .Well-designed enclosed systems incorporate ecological interactions and relevant physicochemical processes to determine the interaction between natural and anthropogenic gradients.

Given the urgency and complexity of questions being addressed by contemporary marine ecologists, mesocosms or medium-sized experimental systems may be an ideal.Yet to date, techniques for systematically extrapolating results from small-scale experimental ecosystems to larger, more open, more biodiverse, and more heterogeneous ecosystems in .