Aquatic Ecology aquatic ecology. restoration approaches they are considering. Work ofFive E's Unlimited in aquatic ecology has included the following. http://www.eeeee.net/sd02036.htm
Extractions: Understanding community ecology and ecosystem function of coastal marine bays and estuaries is the key to assessing the effects of coastal development and management strategies on our nearshore oceanic systems. Knowing how aquatic plants and animals are responding to upland development changes can be a significant indicator of whether protection and restoration strategies are working or not. Five E's Unlimited can gather biological, chemical, and physical data on water and coastal resources through inventories, surveys, and other scientific approaches. These work programs are designed to support a client's understanding and assessment of ecological health for ecosystems of concern. The outcome of the Firm's work in this area has assisted clients in determining the need for and results of coastal protection and restoration approaches they are considering. Researched ecology and food web interactions of estuarine/marine communities. Evaluated the proportionate coastal bay input of nutrients from different sources, including external landshed input and internal sediment recycling.
Extractions: from Brett The mission of the Forest Service Fish and Aquatic Ecology Unit is to identify emerging aquatic resource issues, develop technology to help address these issues, and transfer this technology to field biologists. The Fish and Aquatic Ecology Unit will provide scientifically sound, cost-effective technologies to aquatic resource specialists in support of the conservation and restoration of aquatic communities on Forest Service land. The Fish and Aquatic Ecology Unit works with federal and state research organizations and universities to develop technology to address emerging resource issues. Once this technology is developed we disseminate this technology to aquatic resource specialists through, continuing education workshops, presentations, publications, and on-site visits.
Extractions: and Steelhead Biological Opinions Purpose: The purpose of this site is to provide information on the development of the effectiveness monitoring section of the plan as identified in Pacfish/Infish/and the bull trout and steelhead biological opinions. The implementation monitoring section is currently available for review and training is underway. We will be updating our progress on the effectiveness monitoring section over the next few weeks. Please feel free to email us if you have questions. What is our job? An interagency team of specialists has been designated to develop a plan that will monitor the effects of land use activities on aquatic and riparian resources. There are three components of the plan: implementation monitoring, effectiveness monitoring, and validation monitoring. Our group is responsible for developing the "effectiveness" monitoring component of the PACFISH/INFISH/Bull trout/steelhead monitoring plan. Will this plan replace existing effectiveness monitoring for grazing related activities?
Managing Land And Water Consultancy and research; site has several technical papers on topics in aquatic ecology, water management, and river restoration. Based in UK. http://www.headwaterstreams.com/
Extractions: Managing Land and Water - Consultancy and Research Contact Quinlan Consulting A recent article is featured on the links below, from the River and Riparian Lands Management Newsletter, produced by Land and Water Australia. Find Land and Water Australia at: www.rivers.gov.au The article: Page 1 Page 2 The full publication is available here from Land and Water Australia We specialize in... ...and research on... Ecology: Competitive Exclusion Ecology: the Intermediate Disturbance Hypothesis Eutrophication in fresh waters Water abstraction in fresh waters: the River Itchen ... The effects of deforestation on the Hydrological Regime
INSTITUTE OF AQUATIC ECOLOGY Latvian Academy of Sciences. INSTITUTE OF aquatic ecology. Miera iela 3, Salaspils,LV 2169 Tel. (3712) 945405. Fax (3719) 345412 Email email@example.com. http://www.lza.lv/EN/INST/IN22.HTM
Extractions: E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Director and the Chairman of the Council Dr. biol. A. ANDRUSAITIS The Institute was established in December, 1994 by joining the Laboratory of Marine Biology of the LAS Institute of Biology and the Marine Monitoring Centre of the Latvian Hydrometeorological Agency. The Institute of Aquatic Ecology carries out theoretical research in marine ecology and regular observations of marine environment monitoring upon the request of the state institutions and the Baltic Marine Environment Protection Commission as well as takes part in working out a study programme and its implementation at the Faculties of Biology and Chemistry of the University of Latvia. Practically oriented research work is carried out as well-mainly in the environmental impact assessment of projects of the national economy influencing the environment of the sea. The Institute possesses a scientific research vessel "Antonija". Complex environmental monitoring of the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Riga (A. Jurkovskis).
Aquatic Ecology | NRCS aquatic ecology. aquatic ecology Information. NRCS Documents Access this page tosee electronic versions of NRCS publications relating to aquatic ecology. http://www.nrcs.usda.gov/technical/ECS/aquatic/
Extractions: Agronomy, Wind and Water Erosion Air Quality Conservation Practices ... Wildlife Biology The various types of aquatic systems and their respective dynamic physical, chemical, and biological processes associated with them are impacted by numerous natural and human induced variables. Because we can potentially impact those variables which are human induced on private lands, the Ecological Sciences Division, with guidance from the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) Aquatic Ecologist, is responsible for developing, coordinating, and directing policy which is technically sound and ultimately serves to benefit our rivers, streams, lakes, and wetlands. Many of the NRCS programs are designed to improve water quality and quantity and, overall, aquatic ecosystems. As an extension of this effort this web site will provide access to documentation that outlines NRCS policy relative to wetlands programs and riparian restoration initiatives, as well as links to other programs which provide for the opportunity to improve aquatic ecosystems. NRCS Documents
Aquatic Ecology & Environmental Biology the Department of aquatic ecology Environmental Biology, University ofNijmegen, the Netherlands. aquatic ecology . Environmental Biology. http://www-eco.sci.kun.nl/aquamibio.htm
Extractions: Environmental Biology University of Nijmegen, the Netherlands Head of the Department: Prof. Jan M. van Groenendael Section Environmental Biology Section Molecular Ecology Picture Gallery Participant in the Centre for Wetland Ecology (CWE) and the Netherlands Centre for River Studies (N CR) International Conference: Lowland River Rehabilitation 2003 (NCR/RIZA) Nijmeegse Waterkracht! ... Plattegrond Universiteitsterrein met de locatie van onze Leerstoelgroep (in Dutch) Back to Ecology
Index Welcome to the aquatic ecology lab at the. University of Toronto atMississauga. Our lab is located in the South Building (Room 2026 http://www.erin.utoronto.ca/~w3jmuirh/
Extractions: Welcome to the Aquatic Ecology lab at the University of Toronto at Mississauga Our lab is located in the South Building (Room 2026, 905-828-5452) at the Mississauga Campus of the University of Toronto. The lab is shared by two University of Toronto professors from the Department of Zoology (Nicholas Collins and Gary Sprules), and an ajunct professor from the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources (Bryan Henderson). The remainder of our personnel consists of graduate students and a research technician. Dr. Nicholas C. Collins [B.A. (Pomona), Ph.D. (Georgia)] Associate Professor (Zoology) Mechanisms limiting productivity of benthivorous fishes in lakes; Great Lakes fisheries management Dr. W. Gary Sprules [B.Sc. (Queen's), M.A., Ph.D. (Princeton)] Professor (Zoology) Zooplankton productivity, spatial patterns, and ecology in inland lakes and the Great Lakes. Use of an automated Optical Plankton Counter ( OPC ) for measuring spatial features of zooplankton. Dr. Bryan Henderson
Aquatic Ecology I aquatic ecology I. Enrolment code KQA121. Required texts etc, Barnes RSK Mann KH (eds), Fundamentals of aquatic ecology, ISBN 0632029838, http://www.admin.utas.edu.au/HANDBOOKS/UTASHANDBOOKS/UNITS/UNITSK/KQA121.html
Extractions: Home Courses Schedules Disciplines ... Units Download: Units CRICOS Provider Code: 00586B Previous: Aquatic Zoology Next: Introductory Aquaculture Technology Enrolment code: KQA121 Offered: Launceston: semester 2, Unit description: Provides a general introduction to aquatic ecology including aquatic biota and communities, physical properties of water, primary production, consumer organisms, biogeochemical cycles and ocean processes. Students develop skills in quantitative analysis of biological communities, essay and report writing. Staff Dr T Pankhurst (Coordinator), Prof NW Pankhurst For information on staff, turn to relevant Faculty website University phone and email search phone email Unit weight To see normal University Admission requirements Teaching pattern 2x1-hr lectures weekly (13 wks) 11x3-hr lab sessions and 2x3-hr field trips Timetable Prerequisites Assessment mode practical reports (25%), assignments (15%), 3-hr exam (60%) Examinations timetable (Users will need to know their login name (POP account) and password) Required texts etc Fundamentals of Aquatic Ecology
Aquatic Ecology II Information relevant to 2002 Unit Details. Previous General Microbiology,Next Technology for Aquaculture. aquatic ecology II. Enrolment code KQA212. http://www.admin.utas.edu.au/HANDBOOKS/UTASHANDBOOKS/UNITS/UNITSK/KQA212.html
Extractions: Home Courses Schedules Disciplines ... Units Download: Units CRICOS Provider Code: 00586B Previous: General Microbiology Next: Technology for Aquaculture Enrolment code: KQA212 Offered: Launceston: semester 2, Unit description: Provides a comprehensive overview of important population biology and ecological issues in the aquaculture industry. The content builds on basic ecological principles covered in and equivalent units. The unit concentrates on population ecology, environmental monitoring, community surveys and the impact of aquaculture on the environment. Special emphasis is placed on in-shore marine and freshwater environments. Staff Dr C Bolch (Coordinator), Prof N Pankhurst For information on staff, turn to relevant Faculty website University phone and email search phone email Unit weight To see normal University Admission requirements Teaching pattern 2-hr lecture, 3-hr practical weekly (13 wks) Timetable Prerequisites or equivalent Assessment mode end-of-sem theory exam (50%), practical reports and assignment (50%) Examinations timetable (Users will need to know their login name (POP account) and password) Discipline (School) Aquaculture Courses Diploma in Aquaculture
Extractions: Marine and Freshwater Ecology Dr. Charles Birkeland - coral reef recovery from damage by human activities (overfishing and nutrient input), and interactions of crustose coralline algae, coral recruitment and herbivorous fishes on the process of recovery; coral reef resource management (e.g., Marine Protected Areas); the affect of biological characteristics and life histories of coral-reef species and ecosystem processes. Dr. Julie Brock - the community structure, trophic response and ecology of benthic invertebrates, paticularly marine polychaetes at sewage outfalls; polychaete systematics and taxonomy. Dr. David Greenfield - the contribution of small cryptic gobies and blennies to the high species diversity of coral-reef fish communities; cryptic fishes as a trophic link between the invertebrate fauna and larger fish species of the reef; assemblage structure of cryptic fishes in relation to specific habitat parameters (niche specificity). Also, systematics of these poorly known cryptic fishes. Dr. Kim Holland
Extractions: Conservation, Ecology and Natural Resources Faculty Home C.E.N.R. Home Biology Home CMU Home Areas Aquatic Ecology Behavioral Ecology Conservation Biology Restoration Ecology ... Wildlife Ecology Student Information Undergrad. Program Graduate Program Environmental Studies Centers Biological Station Research Projects Dr. Donna King and Dr. Donna King 2 King, D. K., R. H. King, and A .C. Miller. 1988. Morphology and ecology of Urnatella gracilis Leidy, (Entoprocta), A freshwater macroinvertebrate from artificial riffles of the Tombigbee River, Mississippi. Journal of Freshwater Ecol. 4:351-360.
Graduate Study Aquatic Ecology Aquatic Biology Course List Advanced aquatic ecology I Icthyology Limnology, Alist of recent graduate students in aquatic ecology and where they are. http://www.ksu.edu/doddslab/aquatgrad/
Fisheries And Aquatic Ecology Theses and Dissertations Publications Extension Publications. Fisheries aquatic ecology. Research in the areas of fisheries ecology http://wfscnet.tamu.edu/wfscnet/menu/reports/AR00/fisheries_and_aquatic_ecology.
Extractions: Extension Publications Research in the areas of fisheries ecology and management extends from finely focused studies of physiochemical and biological mechanisms to management-oriented investigations of entire aquatic ecosystems. Habitat studies seek to resolve the processes that distinguish and structure aquatic habitats. Research on the physiological and behavioral responses of aquatic organisms to habitat heterogeneity provides the disciplinary basis for more pragmatic investigation of fishery-resource issues. Studies of the latter type emphasize population and community level dynamics of fish stocks, patterns of fish-stock exploitation by recreational and commercial fishing interests and development of fishery management strategies. Enhancement of Tarpon Populations in Texas Ecological Indicators of Algal Bloom Development and Potential Preventative Management Approaches Surface Fluorescence in the Coastal Regime Use of Discriminant and Fourth-Derivative Analyses with High-Resolution Absorption Spectra for Phytoplankton Research: Limitations at Varied Signal to Noise Ratio and Spectral Resolution ... Organochlorine Residues and Elemental Contaminants in U.S. Freshwater Fish, 1976-1986: National Contaminants Biomonitoring Program Schmitt. 1999. Organochlorine Residues and Elemental Contaminants in U.S. Freshwater Fish, 1976-1986: National Contaminant Biomonitoring Program
Extractions: Action atlas : coral reefs This site presents general information on the present state of coral reefs worldwide. It provides general profiles by country together with maps. It is published as a section in MoJo Wire, the electronic version of the American current affairs magazine, Mother Jones. There is useful information in the site but some elements, particularly introductory sections, reflect an editorial bias. Mirror sites are offered in English and Spanish. Coral reefs and islands; Coral reef conservation; ACZISC Web site : a guide to coastal information in Atlantic Canada This Web site, provided by the Atlantic Coastal Zone Information Steering Committee (ACZISC), offers links to a number of resources on coastal and marine ecology. The Atlantic Coastal Database Directory "is an inventory which describes more than 500 databases of relevance to the integrated management and sustainable development of the coastal zone of Atlantic Canada" and offers "a metadata description of each database" - the database directory is updated monthly. Additional resources include press releases and online reports, an inventory of coastal mapping projects, links to online maps and imagery, links to documents, educational resources, and conferences and events. Marine biology; Coastal ecology; Marine resources;
Aquatic Ecology Aquatic invertebrate, SREL, Ecological Stewardship Research Group of the SavannahRiver Ecology Laboratory (SREL). Go to the group's homepage, aquatic ecology. http://www.uga.edu/srel/ESSite/Aquatic_Ecology.htm
Extractions: Aquatic Ecology Aquatic Ecology Page (from Ecological Sciences Division of USDA / NRCS) Aquatic Ecology Page (Your guide to aquatic life and ecology interests on the internet) Aquatic Ecology Section of the Ecological Society of America The Aquatic Ecosystem Health and Management Society The Chesapeake Bay Program Leetown Science Center ... Sbc Fishace, U.K.