Ecological Geography of the Sea
This work presents a detailed discussion of the biological and ecological geography of the oceans. It synthesizes locally restricted studies of the ocean to generate a global geography for the vast marine world.
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Fronts and the Pycnocline
Physical Forcing of Biological Processes
Can We Specify Major Biomes in the Pelagos?
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algal algal blooms Antarctic anticyclonic Arabian Sea austral basin biomass biome boundary current Cape Characteristics of Regional chlorophyll chlorophyll field chlorophyll values circulation coast Coastal Province coastal upwelling continental shelf Continental Shelf Topography copepods cyclonic CZCS CZCS images deep deepening diatoms divergence dominated east eastern eastwards ecological eddies edge Ekman ENSO equatorial equatorward etal feature flow FMAMJ Gulf Stream halocline herbivores Island Kuroshio latitudes maximum meanders mixed layer mixed layer depth monsoon nitrate North Atlantic North Pacific northern nutrient occurs oceanography offshore oligotrophic pelagic photic depths photic zone phytoplankton plankton poleward primary production rate pycnocline rate of primary Regional Ecology Regional Oceanography Response and Regional shallow Shelf-Edge Fronts slope species spring bloom Straits Subtropical Convergence subtropical gyre surface chlorophyll surface water Tasman Sea thermocline Tidal and Shelf-Edge Topography and Tidal variability vertical warm water column water mass western wind stress winter mixing zonal zooplankton