Variability and Management of Large Marine Ecosystems
Ed. by K. Sherman and L. M. Alexander
AAAS Selected Symposium 99, Westview Press, Boulder. 1986. 319 p.
Part One: Impact of Perturbations on the Productivity of Renewable Resources in Large Marine Ecosystems.
Introduction to Parts One and Two: Large Marine Ecosystems as Tractable Entities for Measurement and Management - by Kenneth Sherman
Shifts in Resource Populations in Large Marine Ecosystems - by John R. Beddington
Long-Term Changes in the Baltic Ecosystem - by Gunnar Kullenberg
Changes in the Biomass of the California Current Ecosystem - by Alec D. MacCall
Perturbation of a Predator-Controlled Continental Shelf Ecosystem - by Michael P. Sissenwine
Part Two: Measuring Variability in Large Marine Ecosystems
Definition of Environmental Variability Affecting Biological Processes in Large Marine Ecosystems - by Andrew Bakun
Variability of the Environment and Selected Fisheries Resources of the Eastern Bering Sea Ecosystem - by Lewis Incze and J. D. Schumacher
Results of Recent Time-Series Observations for Monitoring Trends in Large Marine Ecosystems with a Focus on the North Sea - by Niels Daan
Comparison of Continuous Measurements and Point Sampling Strategies for Measuring Changes in Large Marine Ecosystems - by Alex W. Herman
Measurement Strategies for Monitoring and Forecasting Variability in Large Marine Ecosystems - by Kenneth Sherman
Part Three: Institutional Framework for Managing Large Marine Ecosystems
Introduction to Part Three: Large Marine Ecosystems as Regional Phenomena - by Lewis M. Alexander
Legal Constraints and Options for Total Ecosystem Management of Large Marine Ecosystems - by Martin H. Belsky
Can Large Marine Ecosystems be Managed for Optimum Yield? - by Francis T. Christy, Jr.
Cost Benefit of Measuring Resource Variability in Large Marine Ecosystems - by Giulio Pontecorvo
The Convention for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources: A Model for Large Marine Ecosystem Management - by R. Tucker Scully, William Y. Brown, and Bruce S. Manheim
Very Large Ecosystems: From the Research Administrator's Point of View - by Robert L. Edwards
Large Marine Ecosystems and the Future of Ocean Studies: A Perspective - by John Byrne