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Cambridge University Press
06 July 2017
Marine biology; Marine & freshwater mammals; Oceanography (seas); Applied ecology; Conservation of the environment
Providing a comprehensive account of marine conservation, this book examines human use and abuse of the world's seas and oceans and their marine life, and the various approaches to management and conservation. Healthy marine ecosystems - the goods and services that they provide - are of vital importance to human wellbeing. There is a pressing need for a global synthesis of marine conservation issues and approaches. This book covers conservation issues pertinent to major groups of marine organisms, such as sharks, marine turtles, seabirds and marine mammals; key habitats, from estuaries, wetlands and coral reefs to the deep sea; and from local and regional to international initiatives in marine conservation. An ideal resource for students, researchers and conservation professionals, the book pays appropriate attention to the underlying marine biology and oceanography and how human activities impact marine ecosystems, enabling the reader to fully understand the context of conservation action and its rationale.
By:   P. Keith Probert (University of Otago New Zealand)
Imprint:   Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 244mm,  Width: 190mm,  Spine: 25mm
Weight:   1.140kg
ISBN:   9781108412629
ISBN 10:   1108412629
Pages:   518
Publication Date:   06 July 2017
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Dedication; Preface; 1. Marine environments; 2. Human impacts; 3. Conservation; 4. Species conservation; 5. Fishing; 6. Fishes; 7. Marine turtles; 8. Seabirds; 9. Marine mammals; 10. Coastal waters; 11. Estuaries and lagoons; 12. Coastal wetlands; 13. Coral reefs; 14. The deep sea; 15. Marine protected areas; 16. The Mediterranean Sea; 17. The Southern Ocean; 18. Epilogue; Appendix 1. Abbreviations; Appendix 2. Species list; Appendix 3. Glossary.

Keith Probert, now retired, was Associate Professor in the Department of Marine Science at the University of Otago, New Zealand, where he taught marine biology and ecology. His research has mainly concerned the ecology of sediment benthos, including the effects of human activities and the implications for marine conservation.

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