Polar Lakes and Rivers (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
346
Utgivningsdatum
2008-09-11
Förlag
OUP Oxford
Medarbetare
Laybourn-Parry, Johanna
Illustrationer
75 line, 25 black and white halftone illustrations and an 8 page colour plate section
Dimensioner
245 x 188 x 18 mm
Vikt
820 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780199213894
Polar Lakes and Rivers (häftad)

Polar Lakes and Rivers

Limnology of Arctic and Antarctic Aquatic Ecosystems

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This book provides an overview of the ecology of high latitude lakes, rivers and glacial environments in both the North and South polar regions. It describes each ecosystem type, the remarkable aquatic life that thrives in these extreme habitats, and the similarities and differences between Arctic and Antarctic waters.
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<br>Dr. Warwick Vincent is Professor of Biology and Canada Research Chair in Aquatic Ecosystem Studies at Laval University, Qu bec City, Canada. He is a member of the Royal Society of Canada, and honorary member of the Royal Society of New Zealand. His research focuses on aquatic microbial ecology, light and primary production, and ecosystem responses to climate change, with emphasis on Arctic and Antarctic waters. He has served on the editorial boards of Antarctic Science and Polar Biology, and on various research committees and studies. He was inaugural Chair of Canada's National Antarctic Committee. He teaches undergraduate, graduate and field courses in limnology at Laval University, and has been an instructor in the outreach initiative 'Students on Ice' to Antarctica. <br> Dr. Johanna Laybourn-Parry is vice-provost Research at the University of Tasmania, Australia. Prior to that she was Executive Dean of Science at Keele University, UK, and Professor of Environmental Biology at Nottingham University. Her research is undertaken in the Antarctic with the Australian and US Antarctic programmes and in the Arctic at the Natural Environment Research Council Station in Svalbard. Her research interests focus on carbon cycling in polar lakes, protozoan ecophysiology, viral bacterial dynamics, bioprospecting for novel biochemicals, remote sensing of lake environments and biological processes on glaciers. She has published two sole authored books, and 128 peer reviewed articles and reviews. Her work has been funded by the Natural Environment Research Council, the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, the Leverhulme Trust, The European Union, the Royal Society, Industry and logistic support from the Australian Antarctic Science Advisory Committee and NSF.<br>

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Preface; 1. Introduction to the limnology of high latitude lake and river ecosystems; 2. Origin and geomorphology of lakes in the Polar Regions; 3. High latitude palaeolimnology; 4. The physical limnology of high latitude lakes; 5. High latitude rivers and streams; 6. Ice-based freshwater ecosystems; 7. Antarctic subglacial water: origin, evolution and ecology; 8. Biogeochemical processes in high latitude lakes and rivers; 9. Phytoplankton and primary production; 10. Benthic primary production in polar lakes and rivers; 11. Heterotrophic microbial processes in polar lakes; 12. Microbial biodiversity and biogeography; 13. Zooplankton and zoobenthos in high-latitude water bodies; 14. Fish in high latitude Arctic lakes; 15. Food web relationships and community structures in high latitude lakes; 16. Direct human impacts on high latitude lakes and rivers; 17. Future directions in polar limnology; Glossary; Index