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Coupling between sea/land breeze and coastal circulation and the influence of wind-driven dynamics are substantially relevant for understanding coastal Mediterranean ecosystems. These coastal areas are particularly dynamic and are characterized by high-variable processes which drive biological...

Author(s)
Martellucci, R.; Pierattini, A.; Mendoza, F. P. de; Melchiorri, C.; Piermattei, V.; Marcelli, M.
Publisher
MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland
Citation
Water, 2018, 10, 11, pp 1673
Abstract

The mangroves of Marudu Bay in the state of Sabah is situated at the tip of Borneo Island, and at the southern limit of the Coral Triangle whose waters hold the highest diversity of corals, fish, mollusks, crustaceans and marine plant species in the world. The ecosystem shows a deterioration due to ...

Author(s)
Faridah-Hanum, I.; Kudus, K. A.; Saari, N. S.
Publisher
Pakistan Botanical Society, Karachi, Pakistan
Citation
Pakistan Journal of Botany, 2012, 44, Suppl. 2, pp 151-156
Abstract

Diatoms are unicellular, photoautotrophic eukaryotic microorganisms, often forming colonies and can be found in most aquatic and moist terrestrial habitats. All known diatoms today have specific golden-brown pigment fucoxanthin that masks chlorophylls in diatom plastid, but one genus represents an...

Author(s)
Wiśnicki, B.; Milewski, D.; Chybowski, L.; Hełczyński, I.
Publisher
University of Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik, Croatia
Citation
Naše More, 2017, 64, 1, pp 38-44
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Between May-June 1997 we surveyed submerged plant abundance and community composition, in relation to 13 environmental factors, including the disturbance caused by waves from large tourist ships (50-70 m length) cruising the River Nile in Upper Egypt, at 30 sites on 3 transects across the river (at ...

Author(s)
Ali, M. M.; Murphy, K. J.; Langendorff, J.
Publisher
European Weed Research Society, Doorwerth, Netherlands
Citation
Management and ecology of aquatic plants. Proceedings of the 10th EWRS International Symposium on Aquatic Weeds, Lisbon, Portugal, 21-25 September 1998, 1998, pp 161
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Multivariate analysis of data from a 1997 survey of submerged vegetation at 3 locations on the River Nile in Upper Egypt showed that hydrochemical factors (total oxidised nitrogen, sulfate and sodium) were the most important environmental variables explaining the distribution and the abundance of...

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Ali, M. M.; Murphy, K. J.; Langendorff, J.
Citation
Hydrobiologia, 1999, 415, pp 93-100

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