Category:Marine habitats and ecosystems
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This category has the following 9 subcategories, out of 9 total.
- ► Marine Biodiversity (4 C, 7 P)
Pages in category "Marine habitats and ecosystems"
The following 77 pages are in this category, out of 77 total.
- Adapted marine biological valuation concept
- Aggregation and marine biological value
- Aggregation in marine biological valuation - fitness consequences
- Agreement on first-order criteria during December 2006 workshop on marine biological valuation?
- Agreement on modifying criteria during December 2006 workshop on marine biological valuation?
- Arctic Ocean
- Area of occupancy, as a proxy for assessing rarity in the marine environment
- Assessment questions
- Atlantic Ocean
- Data collection and analysis for marine biological valuation
- Deep sea
- Deep sea bottom
- Defining marine biological value
- Definition of a marine study area
- Disturbances of nematodes
- Disturbances, biodiversity changes and ecosystem stability
- Do we need an independent assessment process for marine biological valuation?
- Does the production of marine biological valuation maps (BVMs) give us a false sense of security?
- Dynamics, threats and management of biogenic reefs
- Mapping of tidal flat habitats with digital cameras
- MarBEF examples of fishery effects
- Marine Biodiversity
- Marine biological valuation maps - an example from Belgium
- Marine biological value
- Marine mammals' health as an indicator of ecosystem health - tools for monitoring
- MPAs (Marine Protected Areas)
- The Continuous Plankton Recorder (CPR)
- The distinctive features of marine biodiversity
- The Tragedy of the Commons - The Tuna Example
- The tragedy of the commons: Is the Newfoundland's cod crisis a good example?
- The use of the concept of Marine Biological Valuation, Conclusions
- Theme 7 Biodiversity of coastal and marine habitats and ecosystems
- Theme 7 introduction to marine biodiversity
- Threats to Marine Biodiversity
- Tools for valuation assessments
- Trophic level - a marine example