Eutrophication in Coastal Ecosystems

Towards better understanding and management strategies Selected Papers from the Second International Symposium on Research and Management of Eutrophication in Coastal Ecosystems, 20–23 June 2006, Nyborg, Denmark

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ISBN: 978-90-481-3384-0 (Print) 978-90-481-3385-7 (Online)

Table of contents (22 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-vi

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    Eutrophication in coastal marine ecosystems: towards better understanding and management strategies

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    Pages 5-19

    Eutrophication and the macroscope

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    Pages 21-29

    Ecosystem thresholds with hypoxia

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    Pages 31-47

    Nutrient enrichment and fisheries exploitation: interactive effects on estuarine living resources and their management

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    Pages 49-58

    Assessment of the eutrophication status of transitional, coastal and marine waters within OSPAR

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    Pages 59-64

    Can the EU agri-environmental aid program be extended into the coastal zone to combat eutrophication?

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    Pages 65-70

    Eutrophication and agriculture in Denmark: 20 years of experience and prospects for the future

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    Pages 71-89

    Odense Pilot River Basin: implementation of the EU Water Framework Directive in a shallow eutrophic estuary (Odense Fjord, Denmark) and its upstream catchment

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    Pages 91-106

    Relationship between eutrophication reference conditions and boundary settings considering OSPAR recommendations and the Water Framework Directive—examples from the German Bight

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    Pages 107-122

    Modelling the distribution and growth of ‘problem’ green seaweed in the Medway estuary, UK

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    Pages 123-136

    Short-term effect of oxic to anoxic transition on benthic microbial activity and solute fluxes in organic-rich phytotreatment ponds

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    Pages 137-146

    Denitrification efficiency for defining critical loads of carbon in shallow coastal ecosystems

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    Pages 147-156

    Responses of benthic-pelagic coupling to climate change in a temperate estuary

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    Pages 157-168

    Potential phytoplankton indicator species for monitoring Baltic coastal waters in the summer period

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    Pages 169-186

    Using bio-optics to investigate the extent of coastal waters: A Swedish case study

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    Pages 187-198

    Identification of the coastal zone of the central and eastern Gulf of Finland by numerical modeling, measurements, and remote sensing of chlorophyll a

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    Pages 199-208

    Interactions of light and organic matter under contrasting resource simulated environments: the importance of clonal traits in the seagrass Zostera noltii

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    Pages 209-224

    Long-term modeling of large-scale nutrient cycles in the entire Baltic Sea

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    Pages 225-237

    Response of eutrophication in the eastern Gulf of Finland to nutrient load reduction scenarios

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    Pages 239-254

    Modeling eutrophication and oligotrophication of shallow-water marine systems: the importance of sediments under stratified and well-mixed conditions

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