By G. S. Kleppel, M. Richard DeVoe, Mac V. Rawson
Coastal ecosystems make up probably the most vital, but such a lot endangered, areas on the earth. the security of the original tactics that ensue in those ecosystems calls for that partnerships be shaped between ecologists, source managers, and planners.
Experienced within the demanding situations of coastal approach research, the participants to this ebook supply multidisciplinary counsel at the evaluation and administration of environmental affects attributable to improvement. each one bankruptcy examines a topic very important to those fragile ecosystems, first proposing a non-technical precis of the difficulty and a assessment of the present country of the data, then following with information and a extra particular attention of the subject. Functioning either as a realistic advisor, obtainable to nonscientists, and as a rigorous medical resource ebook, Changing Land Use styles within the Coastal Zone should be helpful to ecologists, city and nearby planners, source managers, policymakers and scholars. whereas a number of the case stories integrated during this quantity are drawn from experiences within the southeastern usa, the examples and classes supplied should be appropriate to these operating in all coastal environments.
About the Editors:
G. S. Kleppel is Professor and Director of the Biodiversity, Conservation and coverage application on the country college of recent York at Albany. M. Richard DeVoe is govt Director of the South Carolina Sea provide Consortium in Charleston, South Carolina. Mac V. Rawson, Jr. is Director of the Georgia Sea supply application on the collage of Georgia, Athens.
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Hemprichii, Vayssière 1906 as D. rumphii, Engel & van Eeken 1962, Hughes 1977, Eales 1979, Barash & Danin 1980, Sharabati 1984; both Sturany 1903 and Mastaller 1979 as D. gigas (listings only) Dolabrifera dolabrifera (Cuvier, 1817) Sturany 1903 as D. cuvieri, Hughes 1977, Eales 1979, Mastaller 1979, Barash & Danin 1980 Petalifera petalifera Rang, 1828 Vayssière 1906 as Aplysiella gravieri and as A. g. var. alba, Engel & van Eeken 1962, Eales 1979, Mastaller 1979, Barash & Danin 1980 (Mediterranean species) Petalifera ramosa Baba, 1959 *** Phyllaplysia sp.
I Hexabranchus praetextus Hexabranchus sanguineus (Rüppell & Leuckart), p. 144 Fig. II Cryptophthalmus olivaceus Phanerophthalmus olivaceus (Ehrenberg), p. 94 Fig. III Stiliger ornatus Ehrenberg: This species has not been collected again from the Red Sea, but has been recorded from Mozambique, Japan, and Heron Island (Great Barrier Reef), although Japanese descriptions differ from the type description. The animal is rather beautiful with yellowish ground colour and black-banded cerata. The head is also marked with striking black pigmentation.
Indicus but four in P. ceylonicus, one pair of knobs and two or more respectively, rhinophores with many fine lamellae in the first species and only 24 in the second, with a raised irregular sheath in P. indicus and slightly raised smooth edge in P. ceylonicus. If the variability of P. ceylonicus includes these characters, the two can be synonymized. Meanwhile, they are retained as separate species until further material can be examined. fig. 11,12 fig. 13 fig. 14,15 Hallaxa indecora Chromodoris tenui-linearis Phyllidia dautzenbergi Hallaxa indecora (Bergh), p.