Book 2006

The Environment in Asia Pacific Harbours


ISBN: 978-1-4020-3654-5 (Print) 978-1-4020-3655-2 (Online)

Table of contents (28 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xx

  2. Chapter

    Pages 1-13

    Increasing Trade and Urbanisation of the Asia Pacific Coast

  3. Chapter

    Pages 15-34

    Tokyo Bay: Its Environmental Status — Past, Present, and Future

  4. Chapter

    Pages 35-45

    Ecological Network Linked by the Planktonic Larvae of the Clam Ruditapes Philippinarum in Tokyo Bay

  5. Chapter

    Pages 47-65

    Circulation Processes in Tokyo Bay

  6. Chapter

    Pages 67-78

    Effects of Oceanic Water Intrusion on the Tokyo Bay Environment

  7. Chapter

    Pages 79-92

    Influence of the Deep Waterway Project on the Changjiang Estuary

  8. Chapter

    Pages 93-111

    Impact of Human Activities on the Health of Ecosystems in the Changjiang Delta Region

  9. Chapter

    Pages 113-125

    Geographical and Economical Setting of the Pearl River Estuary

  10. Chapter

    Pages 127-137

    Physical Processes and Sediment Dynamics in the Pearl River

  11. Chapter

    Pages 139-145

    Water Quality and Phytoplankton Blooms in the Pearl River Estuary

  12. Chapter

    Pages 147-163

    Pollution Studies on Mangroves in Hong Kong and Mainland China

  13. Chapter

    Pages 165-186

    Field and Model Studies of Water Quality in Hong Kong

  14. Chapter

    Pages 187-206

    Eutrophication Dynamics in Hong Kong Coastal Waters: Physical and Biological Interactions

  15. Chapter

    Pages 207-228

    Marine Communities and Introduced Species in Pearl Harbor, O’ahu, Hawai’i

  16. Chapter

    Pages 229-247

    Physical Environment in the Gulf of Thailand with Emphasis on Three Important Ports

  17. Chapter

    Pages 249-259

    Environmental Issues in the Gulf of Thailand

  18. Chapter

    Pages 261-291

    The Environment in Ho Chi Minh City Harbours

  19. Chapter

    Pages 293-307

    Biophysical Environment of Manila Bay — Then and Now

  20. Chapter

    Pages 309-328

    Manila Bay: Environmental Challenges and Opportunities

  21. Chapter

    Pages 329-345

    Carbon Flux Through Bacteria in a Eutrophic Tropical Environment: Port Klang Waters

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