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The Gulf of Guinea Large Marine Ecosystem, Volume 11: Environmental Forcing and Sustainable Development of Marine Resources (Large Marine Ecosystems) 1st Edition

ISBN-13: 978-0444510280
ISBN-10: 0444510281
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...this will be an important and welcome volume both to those who are directly concerned with major marine ecosystems and to those who deal in the modelling of complex ecosystems.
Bulletin of the British Ecological Society
J.G. Field
...The book gives a synthesis of the present state of the art of ecology, oceanography and fisheries sciences, and their interaction in the tropical eastern Atlantic. It will also be useful for fisheries and coastal zone managers in developing countries and those involved in the other 50 or so ongoing or proposed GEF-funded studies of LMEs of the world, through which the coastal component of the Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS) is likely to grow, particularly in developing countries.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology & Ecology
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