3 edition of marine algae and coastal environment of tropical West Africa found in the catalog.
marine algae and coastal environment of tropical West Africa
George W. Lawson
Incxludes bibliographical references (p. 397-401) and index.
|Statement||by G.W. Lawson and D.M. John.|
|Series||Beihefte zur Nova Hedwigia ;, Heft 93|
|Contributions||John, D. M.|
|LC Classifications||QK504 .N62 Heft 93, QK576.A358 .N62 Heft 93|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 415 p. :|
|Number of Pages||415|
|LC Control Number||90148788|
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Phyc% gia () Volume 27 (4), BOOK REVIEW The Marine Algae and Coastal Environment of Tropical West Africa (Second Edition). By G.W. LAWSON and D.M. JOHN. Cramer. Tropical coastal marine systems inhabited by macroalgae can typically be categorized as coral reefs, seagrass meadows, or mangrove forests.
The role of macroalgae in these systems is fundamentally. Marine algae and seagrasses are morphologically diverse plant groups in tropical regions that together are the main primary producers and base of food chain in the oceans.
Some algae and seagrasses are ‘ecosystem engineers’ as they change the environment and the diversity of marine life. Both algae and seagrasses produce youngFile Size: KB.
Although tropical Africa is mostly familiar to the West for its rainforests, this biogeographic realm of Africa is far more diverse. While the tropics are thought of as regions with warm to hot moist climates caused by latitude and the tropical rain belt, the geology of areas, particularly mountain chains, and geographical relation to continental and regional scale winds impact the overall.
Algae associated with mangroves in southern African estuaries. â€“â€“ Lawson and John, G.W. Lawson, D.M. John, The marine algae and coastal environment of tropical western Africa Nova Hedwigia (Beihefte) () Macnae and Kalk, W.
Macnae, M. Kalk, A natural history of Inhaca Island, MoÃ Cited by: I Rhodophyceae. Afr. Bot. () Lawson and John, G.W. Lawson, D.M. John, The marine algae and coastal environment of tropical West Africa Nova Hedwigia (Beihefte) () pp Lee, R.K. Lee, Phycology () Cambridge University Press London Lemmermann, E.
Lemmermann, by: I have written many book chapters and co-edited/written several books, most notably of which are The Freshwater Algal Flora of the British Isles (, ), A Practical Guide to the Desmids of the West of Ireland (), The Marine Macroalgae of the Tropical West Africa Sub-region (), Plant-animal Interactions in the Marine Benthos ( Publications of Paul C.
Silva. Research papers and books. Generic names of algae proposed for conservation. Hydrobiologia 2(3): The genus Codium in California with observations on the structure of the walls of the utricles.
Univ. Lawson GW, John DM () The marine algae and coastal environment of Tropical West Africa (2nd ed). Beih Nova Hedw 1– Google Scholar Lee YP, Lee IK () Vegetation analysis of marine algae in Jeju by: Lawson and John published, in, a book on the coastal environment and marine algae of tropical West Africa with a second edition appearing 5 ye ar s later ().
A more us er-friendly. Seaweeds of the western coast of tropical Africa and adjacent islands: a critical assessment. Rhodophyta (Florideae). Genera A–F. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Botany 1–, 1 fig.
BHL Reference page. Lawson, G.W. & John, D.W. The marine algae and coastal environment of tropical West Africa (Second Edition). The Biology of Marine Plants The Biology of Marine Plants Buggeln, R.
Phyc% gia () Volume 23 (1), BOOK REVIEWS AND PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED The Biology of Marine Plants. By M.J. DRING. Edward Arnold, London.
viii + pp. £ Paperback. M.J. Dring has written a fine book on the biology of marine plants. In International Code of Botanical Nomenclature adopted by the Thirteenth International Botanical Congress, Sydney, Lawson, G.W.
& D.M. John, The marine algae and coastal environment of tropical West Africa. Nova Hedwigia 36(2/4): – G.W., & D.M. John, The marine algae and coastal environment of tropical West Africa. The marine biodiversity of Gabon, West Africa has not been well studied and is largely unknown.
Our examination of marine communities associated with oil platforms in Gabon is the first scientific investigation of these structures and highlights the unique ecosystems associated with them. A number of species previously unknown to Gabonese waters were recorded during our surveys on these platforms.
Lawson GW, John DM () The marine algae and coastal environment of tropical west Africa. Nova Hedwigia 1– Google Scholar L’Hardy-Halos M-T () Les Céramiacées (Rhodophycées, Floridées) des côtes de by: Introduction.
Gabon, West Africa, is situated in the Guinea Current Large Marine Ecosystem (GCLME), one of the world's most productive ocean regions, which is rich in fisheries resources, petroleum production, and is crucial to the lives of the region's million coastal e this importance, the marine biodiversity of Gabon is poorly known owing to limited financial resources Cited by: 3.
COASTAL NATURAL RESOURCE SYSTEMS. The coastal zone is essential to marine life and supports a large part of the world's living marine resources, certainly more than the open sea. Its wetlands, lagoons, seagrass beds, coral reefs and shallow bays are nursery or feeding areas for most coastal and many oceanic species.
Algae has taken on a starring role in product development in recent years, particularly in plant-based and flavor-boosting More → Submit abstracts for Algae .Algae Identification Field Guide on these algal groups are found in the Algae Identification lab guide.
the objective of the guide and manual is to provide a starting point in identifying the most common or easily identifiable algal genera typically found in lakes, dugouts, wetlands and other freshwater lentic systems that are significant to.A brief summary of climate change Past global warming events.
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