The Marine Biologist - Issue 3

Baker, G, ed. 2014 The Marine Biologist - Issue 3. Plymouth, The Marine Biological Association, UK, 36pp. (UNSPECIFIED)

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The Marine Biology is the magazine of the marine biological community by the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. This is the digitised version of the issue as published. Contents - 02 Editorial; 04 In brief; Science Letters - 06 Losers and winners in a high CO2 world Juliet Brodie, Chris Williamson & Jason Hall-Spencer; 08 Not all algae who wander are lost Eric E. Sotka & Stacy Krueger-Hadfield; 10 White shark populations recover Chris Lowe; 11 Seeing in the dark: eye reduction and loss in deep-sea snails Lauren Sumner-Rooney; Environment and Conservation - 12 Protected but still vulnerable? Lagoonal wetlands in the Azores Brian Morton; 16 Evidence: the key to local marine conservation Martin Goodall; Policy - 18 The US gets serious on global ocean health Phil Williamson and Carol Turley; 21 England’s MPAs – towards a well-managed network Jen Ashworth and Leanne stockdale; Sharing Marine Science - 22 Marinexus – cross channel cooperation Mark Cock; 24 Blue Mind Michael Depledge, Ben Wheeler and Mat White; 27 Marine life recording Becky Seeley; 28 The first international conference on communicating marine science Guy Baker; 28 Inside the squid giant axon David Sims; 29 A career in marine biology Paul Greer; 30 One hundred and thirty five years of marine biology at the University of Liverpool Bryony Caswell; 32 Reviews ; 34 Oyster harvesting was not always as traditional as now R.B. Williams; 34 Obituary – Professor Laurence David Mee

Item Type: Publication - Report (UNSPECIFIED)
Subjects: Marine Sciences
Divisions: Marine Biological Association of the UK > Other (MBA)
Depositing User: Ms Kira Glueck
Date made live: 05 May 2020 14:17
Last Modified: 05 May 2020 15:35

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