Michael Karydis, Dimitra Kitsiou
March 15, 2019 Forthcoming
Reference - 336 Pages - 8 Color & 30 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9780815369059 - CAT# K336859
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Marine eutrophication has become a critical issue in marine environmental protection and management. Eutrophication impacts are not limited only to marine ecosystems, but also affect human activities in the marine environment, such as recreation and aquaculture. The book will cover many aspects of eutrophication, including processes, ecology, methodology and eutrophication assessment of the main regional seas, relevant international conventions and management practices. This book will also serve as a vital reference book for marine scientists, policy makers and civil servants implementing policies regarding the protection of marine ecosystems and water quality.
The evolution of eutrophication: an overview. Eutrophication processes. Data analysis in quantitative assessment of eutrophication. Governance in marine eutrophication: criteria and effectiveness. Eutrophication in the main regional seas: an assessment. The management of marine eutrophication. Politics of marine eutrophication: future trends. Glossary.