1 edition of Science and the sustainable management of shallow tropical waters found in the catalog.
Science and the sustainable management of shallow tropical waters
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by, David Harper ... [et al.].|
|Series||Hydrobiologia -- v. 458.|
|Contributions||Harper, David M.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 273 p. :|
|Number of Pages||273|
The effective monitoring and sustainable management of shallow-water environments and their habitats relies heavily on the mapping of the seabed and water column, and sidescan sonar is the tool of choice, because of its relative cost and higher ease of deployment as well as because of the customer base it has developed among many types of end Cited by: 1. Hoekstra, A.Y, M.M. Mekonnen, A.K. Chapagain, R.E. Mathews, and B.D. Richter. Global monthly water scarcity: blue water footprints versus blue water availability.
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Sustainable management is a resource management technique that seeks to make any harvesting or consumption of natural resources as sustainable as possible. Thus, the main goal is to replenish any resources as fast as they are depleted. While this goal may not be practical, sustainable management can often help prolong the natural resource for as long as possible, such as with fossil . TropWATER aims to conduct highly-recognised and influential research in fields related to water science, resource management and the ecology of water ecosystems, with a special focus on achieving sustainable use of water resource systems and water ecosystems.
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de Mulder, H. Hack, C. van Ree Humankind has always been more interested in its visible surroundings, as landscape, air and water, rather than in the subsurface. For most, Science and the sustainable management of shallow tropical waters book subsurface is a mysterious perhaps even threatening.
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With the “theory” vision, the existing knowledge system for IWRM is reorganized in order to supplement new theories related to our society and science.
The book offers a challenging, diverse, holistic, multidisciplinary, experimental and modelling-orientated case study, covering topics such as natural wetlands, constructed treatment wetlands for pollution control, sustainable drainage systems managing diffuse pollution, specific applications, such as wetlands treating dye wastewater and ecological sanitation systems recycling treated waters for the.
Lakes & Reservoirs: Science, Policy and Management for Sustainable Use Volume 5, Issue 4 Limnology and pollution of a small, shallow tropical water‐body (jagüey) in North‐East MexicoCited by: 6.
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Malawi Nchalo Lower Shire (Tiemen Rhebergen. or create permanent areas of shallow water. Inland floodplains and marshes can vary from a few hectares to an area of several thousand square kilometres, which makes this type of wetland one of the most widespread and important worldwide.
Request PDF | Lake Naivasha, Kenya: Papers submitted by participants at the conference “Science and the Sustainable Management of Shallow Tropical Waters” held at Kenya Wildlife Services. Agrarian Science for Sustainable Resource Management in The livelihood of the world’s population depends mostly on natural resources: land, forest, water and the air we breath.
The continual degradation and diminution of these resources due to the cultivation of land threatens the economic and social security of Author: David M. Harper. In this chapter the common issues faced in the world today are discussed to set the tone for the book on major topics such as water and air pollution and hazardous waste management.
This chapter brings out the need for environmental management across the world to make it a healthier place in which to live.
The findings, interpretations and conclusions in this book are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of all the organisations listed on this page.
1 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The Global Canopy Programme is a tropical forest think tank working to demonstrate the scientific,Cited by: Lake Naivasha is a shallow freshwater lake in the Rift Valley of Kenya.
Phytoplankton community structure and succession in the water column of Lake Naivasha, Kenya: a shallow tropical lake. for the sustainable management of shallow lakes: Lake Naivasha, Kenya. In Harper, D. & T. Brown (eds), The Sustainable Management of Tropical Cited by: The book highlights its fragility under such pressure and points out the way towards sustainable use of the water and the pments in Hydrobiology: Lake Naivasha, Kenya: Papers Submitted by Participants at the Conference "science and the Sustainable Management of Shallow Tropical Waters" Held at Kenya Wildlife ServicBrand: David M Harper; R Boar; M Everard.
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Towards integrated management of a shallow tropical lake: assessment of water quality, sediment geochemistry, and phytoplankton diversity in Lake Palakpakin, Philippines.
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You might think of corals and picture a sunny and shallow tropical reef. Yet recent advances in deep ocean exploration have revealed spectacular coral gardens in the dark ocean depths. Hundreds—and even thousands—of feet beyond the reach of sunlight, these unique corals and sponges are found off all our coasts.
Ongoing exploration reveals new and familiar species thriving where we once.Impact of light regimen and self‐shading by algal cells on primary productivity in the water column of a shallow tropical lake (Lake Naivasha, Kenya) D. S. HubbleCited by: On 23 August,Typhoon Hato rapidly intensified by 10 kt within 3 h just prior to landfall in the city of Macau along the South China coast.
Hato’s surface winds in excess of 50 m s−1 devastated the city, causing unprecedented damage and social impact. This study reveals that anomalously warm ocean conditions in the nearshore shallow water (depth < 30 m) likely played a key role in Cited by: 2.