Anderson, J. H.

Eutrophication in Coastal Ecosystems

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Table of contents

1. Eutrophication in coastal marine ecosystems: towards better understanding and management strategies
J. H. Andersen, D. J. Conley

2. Eutrophication and the macroscope
Scott W. Nixon

3. Ecosystem thresholds with hypoxia
Daniel J. Conley, Jacob Carstensen, Raquel Vaquer-Sunyer, Carlos M. Duarte

4. Nutrient enrichment and fisheries exploitation: interactive effects on estuarine living resources and their management
D. L. Breitburg, J. K. Craig, R. S. Fulford, K. A. Rose, W. R. Boynton, D. C. Brady, B. J. Ciotti, R. J. Diaz, K. D. Friedland, J. D. Hagy, D. R. Hart, A. H. Hines, E. D. Houde, S. E. Kolesar, S. W. Nixon, J. A. Rice, D. H. Secor, T. E. Targett

5. Assessment of the eutrophication status of transitional, coastal and marine waters within OSPAR
Ulrich Claussen, Wanda Zevenboom, Uwe Brockmann, Dilek Topcu, Peter Bot

6. Can the EU agri-environmental aid program be extended into the coastal zone to combat eutrophication?
Odd Lindahl, Sven Kollberg

7. Eutrophication and agriculture in Denmark: 20years of experience and prospects for the future
Niels Peter Nørring, Erik Jørgensen

8. Odense Pilot River Basin: implementation of the EU Water Framework Directive in a shallow eutrophic estuary (Odense Fjord, Denmark) and its upstream catchment
Jørgen Dan Petersen, Nanna Rask, Harley Bundgaard Madsen, Ole Tyrsted Jørgensen, Stig Eggert Petersen, Susanne V. Koch Nielsen, Cathrine Bøgh Pedersen, Mikael Hjorth Jensen

9. Relationship between eutrophication reference conditions and boundary settings considering OSPAR recommendations and the Water Framework Directive—examples from the German Bight
Dilek Topcu, Uwe Brockmann, Ulrich Claussen

10. Modelling the distribution and growth of ‘problem’ green seaweed in the Medway estuary, UK
J. N. Aldridge, M. Trimmer

11. Short-term effect of oxic to anoxic transition on benthic microbial activity and solute fluxes in organic-rich phytotreatment ponds
M. Bartoli, L. Vezzulli, D. Nizzoli, R. Azzoni, S. Porrello, M. Moreno, M. Fabiano, P. Viaroli

12. Denitrification efficiency for defining critical loads of carbon in shallow coastal ecosystems
Bradley D. Eyre, Angus J. P. Ferguson

13. Responses of benthic–pelagic coupling to climate change in a temperate estuary
Robinson W. Fulweiler, Scott W. Nixon

14. Potential phytoplankton indicator species for monitoring Baltic coastal waters in the summer period
Andres Jaanus, Kaire Toming, Seija Hällfors, Kaire Kaljurand, Inga Lips

15. Using bio-optics to investigate the extent of coastal waters: A Swedish case study
Susanne Kratzer, Paul Tett

16. Identification of the coastal zone of the central and eastern Gulf of Finland by numerical modeling, measurements, and remote sensing of chlorophyll a

Gennadi Lessin, Viktoria Ossipova, Inga Lips, Urmas Raudsepp

17. Interactions of light and organic matter under contrasting resource simulated environments: the importance of clonal traits in the seagrass Zostera noltii

Irene Olivé, M. Paz García-Sánchez, Fernando G. Brun, Juan J. Vergara, J. Lucas Pérez-Lloréns

18. Long-term modeling of large-scale nutrient cycles in the entire Baltic Sea
Oleg P. Savchuk, Fredrik Wulff

19. Response of eutrophication in the eastern Gulf of Finland to nutrient load reduction scenarios
Oleg P. Savchuk, Tatjana R. Eremina, Alexey V. Isaev, Ivan A. Neelov

20. Modeling eutrophication and oligotrophication of shallow-water marine systems: the importance of sediments under stratified and well-mixed conditions
Karline Soetaert, Jack J. Middelburg

21. Reference conditions for phytoplankton at Danish Water Framework Directive intercalibration sites
Peter Henriksen

22. Coastal eutrophication research: a new awareness
Carlos M. Duarte

Keywords: Environment, Marine & Freshwater Sciences, Freshwater & Marine Ecology, Applied Ecology, Waste Water Technology / Water Pollution Control / Water Management / Aquatic Pollution

Publication year
Developments in Hydrobiology 207
Page amount
6 pages
Natural Sciences

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