Biodiversity in Enclosed Seas and Artificial Marine Habitats: Proceedings of the 39th European Marine Biology Symposium, held in Genoa, Italy, 21-24 July 2004

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G. Relini, J. Ryland
Springer Science & Business Media, Jun 10, 2007 - Science - 271 pages
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The main themes of the Symposium were biodiversity in enclosed and semi-enclosed seas and artificial habitats, and the restoration of degraded systems. These themes are highly relevant today. The papers dealing with the first theme represent current research and concerns about marine biodiversity in enclosed seas. The papers in the second theme represent a synthesis of up-to-date knowledge on artificial habitats.

 

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Contents

BIODIVERSITY IN ENCLOSED AND SEMIENCLOSED SEAS
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effects of climate and anthropogenic factors
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Barsanti I Delbono O Ferretti A Peirano C N Bianchi C Morri 3541
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T Cibic O Blasutto S Fonda Umani 5775
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Response of zoobenthic communities to changing eutrophication in the northern
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Mediterranean
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G Giacobbe A Penna E Gangemi M Mas E Garces S Fraga I Bravo
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Effect of depth and reef structure on early macrobenthic communities of the Algarve
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History ecology and trends for artificial reefs of the Ligurian sea Italy
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Settlement and early survival of red coral on artificial substrates in different
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Longterm changes in a benthic assemblage associated with artificial reefs
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OPEN SESSION
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Feeding strategy of the sacoglossan opisthobranch Oxynoe olivacea on the tropical
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influence of depth and time
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