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on Coastal Lagoons to Date • Analyzes biotic and water quality
indicators of change in coastal lagoons
Dynamic and productive ecosystems, coastal lagoons play an
important role in local economies and often bear the brunt of • Assesses how natural and anthropogenic factors impact
coastal development, agricultural, and urban waste, overuse coastal lagoons
from fisheries, aquaculture, transportation, energy production, • Investigates the drivers of structural and functional
and other human activities. The features that make coastal changes in coastal lagoon ecosystems
lagoons vital ecosystems underline the importance of sound
management strategies for long-term environmental and • Includes coverage of approaches and methods of
resource sustainability. Written by an internationally renowned analysis such as biotic indicators, trend analysis, and
group of contributors, Coastal Lagoons: Critical Habitats of modeling
Environmental Change examines the function and structure
of coastal lagoonal ecosystems and the natural and anthro-
pogenic drivers of change that affect them. ConTEnTs
The contributors examine the susceptibility of coastal lagoons Coastal Lagoons: Critical Habitats of Environmental Change,
to eutrophication, the indicators of eutrophic conditions, the M.J. Kennish and H. Paerl
influences of natural factors such as major storms, droughts and Assessing the Response of the Pamlico Sound, North
other climate effects, and the resulting biotic and ecosystem Carolina, USA to Human and Climatic Disturbances:
impairments that have developed worldwide. They provide Management Implications, H. W. Paerl, B. L. Peierls,
detailed descriptions of the physical-chemical and biotic N. S. Hall, A. R. Joyner, R. R. Christian, J. D. Bales,
characteristics of diverse coastal lagoonal ecosystems, and and S. R. Riggs
address the environmental factors, forcing features, and
stressors affecting hydrologic, biogeochemical, and trophic Sources and Fates of Nitrogen in Virginia Coastal Bays,
properties of these important water bodies. They also discuss I.C. Anderson, J.W. Stanhope, A.K. Hardison, and
the innovative tools and approaches used for assessing K.J. McGlathery
ecological change in the context of anthropogenically- and cli- Ecosystem Health Indexed through Networks of Nitrogen
matically-mediated factors. The book investigates the biogeo- Cycling, R. R. Christian, C. M. Voss, C. Bondavalli,
chemical and ecological responses to nutrient enrichment and P. Viaroli, M. Naldi, A. C. Tyler, I. C. Anderson,
other pollutants in lagoonal estuaries and compares them to Karen J. McGlathery, R. E. Ulanowicz, and
those in other estuarine types. V. Camacho-Ibar
With editors among the most noted international scholars in Blooms in Lagoons: Different from Those of River-
coastal ecology and contributors who are world-class in their Dominated Estuaries, P.M. Glibert, J.N. Boyer, C.A. Heil,
fields, the chapters in this volume represent a wide array of C. Madden, B. Sturgis, and C.S. Wazniak
studies on natural and anthropogenic drivers of change in coastal See reverse side for continuation of Contents and ordering information
lagoons located in different regions of the world. Although a
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CONTENTS continued...
Relationship between Macroinfaunal Lagoons of the Nile Delta, The Patos Lagoon Estuary: Biotic
Diversity and Community Stability, A.J. Oczkowski and S.W. Nixon Responses to Natural and
and a Disturbance Caused by a Origins and Fate of Inorganic Nitrogen Anthropogenic Impacts in the Last
Persistent Brown Tide Bloom in from Land to Coastal Ocean on the Decades (1979–2008), C. Odebrecht,
Laguna Madre, Texas, P.A. Montagna, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico, T. Mutchler, P.C. Abreu, C.E. Bemvenuti,
R.D. Kalke, M.F. Conley, and R.F. Mooney, S. Wallace, K.H. Dunton, M. Copertino, J.H. Muelbert,
D.A. Stockwell L. Podsim, and S. Fredriksen J.P. Vieira, and U. Seeliger
The Choptank Basin in Transition: Subtropical Karstic Coastal Lagoon Structure and Function of Warm
Intensifying Agriculture, Slow Assessment, SE Mexico: The Yucatan Temperate East Australian Coastal
Urbanization, and Estuarine Peninsula Case, J.A. Herrera-Silveira Lagoons: Implications for Natural and
Eutrophication, T.R. Fisher, and S.M. Morales-Ojeda Anthropogenic Changes,
A.B. Gustafson, A.I. Koskelo, R.J. Fox, B.D. Eyre and D. Maher
Seasonal and Interannual Variability of
T. Kana, K.A. Beckert, J.P. Stone, Response of Venice Lagoon Ecosystem
Planktonic Microbes in a Mesotidal
T.E. Jordan, K.W. Staver, A.J. Sutton, to Natural and Anthropogenic
Coastal Lagoon (Ria Formosa, Pressures over the Last 50 Years,
and G. McCarty and M. Lang
SE Portugal): Impact of Climatic C. Solidoro, V. Bandelj, G. Cossarini,
Seagrass Decline in New Jersey Coastal Changes and Local Human Influences,
Lagoons: A Response to Increasing S. Libralato, D. Melaku Canu,
A.B. Barbosa F. Aubry Bernardi, E. Camatti,
Eutrophication, M.J. Kennish,
A Comparison of Eutrophication G. Socal, and D. Tagliapietra,
S.M. Haag, and G.P. Sakowicz
Processes in Three Chinese S. Ciavatta, C. Facca, R. Pastres,
Controls Acting on Benthic Macrophyte Subtropical Semienclosed and A. Sfriso, P. Franzoi, F. Pranovi,
Communities in a Temperate and a Embayments with Different Buffering P. Torricelli, S. Raicevich, and
Tropical Estuary, S.E. Fox, I. Valiela, Capacities, K. Yin, J. Xu, and P.J. M. Sigovini
Y.S. Olsen, and M. Teichberg Harrison Effect of Freshwater Inflow on Nutrient
Phase Shifts, Alternative Stable States, The Wadden Sea: A Coastal Ecosystem Loading and Macrobenthos Secondary
and the Status of Southern California under Continuous Change, Production in Texas Lagoons,
Lagoons, P. Fong and R.L. Kennison C.J.M. Philippart and H.G. Epping P.A. Montagna and J. Li
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