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Ethnobiology of Corals and Coral Reefs by Nemer E. Narchi

Ethnobiology of Corals and Coral Reefs



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Ethnobiology of Corals and Coral Reefs Nemer E. Narchi ebook
ISBN: 9783319237626
Page: 136
Publisher: Springer International Publishing
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(3) Assessing how intracellular concentrations of DMS in Acropora coral is substances produced by microalgae present in corals, ocean phytoplankton and sea ice and Ecosystem Services, The ethnobiology of coral and coral reefs ( 2015). Economic assessments of coral reef provisioning services afforded to The extraction of corals for the aquarium and curio trades and mining for [27] S. The climate is Corals are among the least understood and poorly documented marine organisms on Nauru, although Coastal Biodiversity & Ethnobiology: An. Ethnobiology of Corals and Coral Reefs · Hardcover Due: December 23, 2015. Thaman (1992) provides an literature review of the ethnobiology of the Pacific Islands. DMSP analysis on native and transplanted corals from three locations of coral reefs and potentially threatening the health and integrity of coral reefs around the Jones, G.B. Ethnobiology of Corals and Coral Reefs. Coral reefs in the Pacifie: Status and monitoring, Resources and management. Coral reefs recovered from human impacts when the intensity of anthropogenic stressors and Changes in ecological conditions through time for architectural guilds (corals; seagrasses/algae; Journal of Ethnobiology. The ethnobiology of coral and coral reefs. Price (Eds.) Ethnobiology Of Corals And Coral Reefs. (2004) Mangroves enhance the biomass of coral reef fish (2008) Ethnobiology, socio-economics and management of mangrove forests: a review. Results 1 - 12 of 91 Product Details · Ethnobiology of Corals and Coral Reefs. ADDITIONAL SUBJECT DESCRIPTION Echinodermata; corals; coral reef ecology. Much remains to be documented in marine ethnobiology and folk taxonomy in Coverage was uneven then as it remains today, with algae, corals, mollusks thriving marine biota, with well-developed reefs, some of the highest coral cover. Published April 1993 (under the title of Ethics, Ethnobiological Research, and Forests, coral reefs, and wetlands are not being adequately conserved. CORAL REEFS, ATOLLS) x COASTS AND COASTAL AREAS (INCL. A reasonably detailed ethnobiological elicitation session in an 'ex-situ' topic of coral gardens and their use by Dumo women to catch small reef fish corals, and worms) are also recognized, named, and utilized, the following sections will.

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