Coral Reef Ecosystem in Space and Time (Based on the Reefs of Vietnam)

$82.00

Yuri Latypov
A.V. Zhirmunsky Institute of Marine Biology FEB RAS Vladivostok, Russia

Series: Coastal and Oceanic Landforms, Development and Management
BISAC: SCI052000

This lavishly illustrated book explores the concept of reef ecosystems and its characteristics. It provides a conceptual description of reefs and their functions. This compilation also outlines the general species composition and structure of coral reefs and their corallobionts. Described and illustrated are the main inhabitants of the reef community. Various types of reefs (fringing, barrier, platform etc.) in different regions of Vietnam, along with their conditions and statuses are catalogued as well. Reef ecosystems traced under anthropogenic influence and the impact of typhoons are included. This book shows the possibilities of artificially cultivating corals and the rebuilding of their communities. (Imprint: Novinka)

 

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Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1. Conceptual Introduction

Chapter 2. Characteristics of Corals

Chapter 3. Characteristics of Reef

Chapter 4. Reef Ecosystem of the Vietnam

Chapter 5. Conclusion

References

Glossary

About the Author

Index


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Audience: Specialists and students of marine biology, coral and coral reef experts, zoologists, mariculture specialists

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