By Robert J. Livingston
''Based upon a 4 decade longitudinal learn of river-estuarine platforms within the Northeast Gulf of Mexico, this e-book presents an in depth comparative research of the long term facts with particular references to similarities and variations in method reaction to nutrient loading (natural and anthropogenic) and long term climatological cycles. It comprises particular references to famous adjustments within the weather of the study areas over the 4 many years of box operations. the original database will enable a unconditionally new method of the differentiation of anthropogenic techniques relative to common stipulations in a chain of river-estuarine structures. ''-- Read more...
summary: ''Based upon a 4 decade longitudinal learn of river-estuarine structures within the Northeast Gulf of Mexico, this ebook presents a close comparative research of the long term info with particular references to similarities and alterations in procedure reaction to nutrient loading (natural and anthropogenic) and long term climatological cycles. It comprises particular references to famous alterations within the weather of the research areas over the 4 a long time of box operations. the original database will permit a wholly new method of the differentiation of anthropogenic methods relative to traditional stipulations in a sequence of river-estuarine platforms. ''
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W. Duke, Dr. R. E. Monaco, J. Price, Dr. N. P. Thompson, J. H. Millican, D. Arceneaux, W. , Dr. C. A. Pittinger, M. Stellencamp, S. A. Dowdell, C. Thompson, K. Moore, Dr. E. Tokar, Dr. D. Tudor, Dr. E. Fernald, D. Giblon, S. Dillon, A. Thistle, M. W. Livingston, and C. Wallace. xxxviii Acknowledgments Special thanks are extended to Dr. E. W. Cake (Gulf Environmental Associates, Ocean Springs, Mississippi) for his excellent review of the book and his comprehensive editing of the final version. I am indebted to Dr.
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