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Food Chains, Yields, Models, and Management of Large Marine Ecosystems

Ed. by K. Sherman, L. M. Alexander, and B. D. Gold

Westview Press, Inc., Boulder. 1991. 320 p.



Chapter 1

Sustainability of Resources in Large Marine Ecosystems - by K. Sherman


Chapter 2

A Carbon Budget for the Northeast Continental Shelf Ecosystem: Results of the Shelf Edge Exchange Process Studies - by P. Falkowski


Chapter 3

Warm-Temperate Food Chains of the Southeast Shelf Ecosystem - by J. A. Yoder


Chapter 4

Continental Shelf Food Chains of the Northern Gulf of Mexico - by M. Dagg, C. Grimes, S. Lohrenz, B. McKee, R. Twilley, and W. Wiseman, Jr.


Chapter 5

Resource Productivity and Fisheries Management of the Northeast Shelf Ecosystem - by M. Sissenwine and E. Cohen


Chapter 6

Biomass, Yield Models, and Management Strategies for the Gulf of Mexico Ecosystem - by B. E. Brown, J. A. Browder, J. Powers, and C. D. Goodyear


Chapter 7

Spatial/Temporal Scales of Secondary Production in the California Current - by M. M. Mullin


Chapter 8

The State of the Main Commercial Species of Fish in the Changeable Barents Sea Ecosystem - by V. Borisov


Chapter 9

Predictive Yield Models and Food Chain Theory - by A. A. Rosenberg, M. Basson, and J. R. Beddington


Chapter 10

Adaptive Strategies for Management of Fisheries Resources in Large Marine Systems - by J. S. Collie


Chapter 11

Empirical vs. Theoretical: A Critical Review of Fisheries Yield Models for Large Marine Ecosystems - by M. Mangel


Chapter 12

On the Causes for Variability of Fish Populations--The Linkage Between Large and Small Scales - by B. J. Rothschild


Chapter 13

Global Epidemic of Noxious Phytoplankton Blooms and Food Chain Consequences - by T. J. Smayda