The Resource Gulf of Mexico origin, waters, and biota. :, Volume 4, Ecosystem-Based Management, edited by John W. Day and Alejandro Yanez-Arancibia, (electronic resource/)

Gulf of Mexico origin, waters, and biota. :, Volume 4, Ecosystem-Based Management, edited by John W. Day and Alejandro Yanez-Arancibia, (electronic resource/)

Label
Gulf of Mexico origin, waters, and biota. :, Volume 4, Ecosystem-Based Management
Title
Gulf of Mexico origin, waters, and biota. :
Title number
Volume 4
Title part
Ecosystem-Based Management
Statement of responsibility
edited by John W. Day and Alejandro Yanez-Arancibia
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
The fourth volume in the Harte Research Institutes landmark scientific series on the Gulf of Mexico provides a comprehensive study of ecosystem-based management, analyzing key coastal ecosystems in eleven Gulf Coast states from Florida to Quintana Roo and presenting case studies in which this integrated approach was tested in both the US and in Mexico. Two overview chapters cover related information on Cuba and on coastal zone management in Mexico. The comprehensive data on management policies and practices in this volume give researchers, policy makers, and other concerned parties the most up-to-date information available, supporting and informing initiatives to sustain healthy ecosystems so that they can, in turn, sustain human social and economic systems in this important transnational region. Combined with the second volume in this series, which examines the coastal and ocean-based economy of the Gulf region, Ecosystem-Based Management provides pivotal empirical information on how human activity can be managed in an environmentally sustainable way. This important research points the way to better stewardship of the Gulf valuable natural resources, ensuring their availability for future generations
Member of
Cataloging source
EBLCP
Dewey number
578.77/364
Index
index present
LC call number
QH92.3
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies Series, Sponsored by the Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies, Texas A & M University-Corpus Christi
Label
Gulf of Mexico origin, waters, and biota. :, Volume 4, Ecosystem-Based Management, edited by John W. Day and Alejandro Yanez-Arancibia, (electronic resource/)
Link
http://library.quincycollege.edu:2048/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&scope=site&db=nlebk&db=nlabk&AN=606120
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Integrated coastal management in the Mississippi Delta: system functioning as the basis of sustainable management
  • John W. Day, John Barras, G. Paul Kemp, Robert Lane, William J. Mitsch, and Paul H. Templet
  • Ecosystem-based management of Galveston Bay, Texas
  • L. James Lester, Lisa A. Gonzalez, and Priscilla A. Weeks
  • Ecosystem-based management in the Laguna Madre, western Gulf of Mexico
  • Elizabeth H. Smith, Alfonso Banda, John W. Tunnell Jr., and Kim Withers
  • Mexico-United States shared environmental problems in the Rio Grande/ Rio Bravo Basin ecosystem
  • Sergio Jimenez-Hernandez and Gary L. Powell
  • Ecosystem functioning: the basis for sustainable management of Terminos Lagoon, Campeche Mexico
  • Alejandro Yanez-Arancibia, John W. Day, Ana L. Lara-Dominguez, Patricia Sanchez-Gil, Guillermo J. Villalobos, and Jorge A. Herrera-Silveira
  • The salinity transition zone between the southern Everglades and Florida Bay: system functioning and implications for coastal zone management
  • The role of participation in ecosystem-based management: insight from the Usumacinta Watershed and Terminos Lagoon, Mexico
  • Bruce Currie-Alder
  • John W. Day, Fred Sklar, Jaye E. Cable, Daniel L. Childers, Carlos Coronado-Molina, Steve E. Davis, Steve Kelly, Christopher J. Madden, Brian Perez, Enrique Reyes, David T. Rudnick, and Martha A. Sutula
  • Use of models in ecosystem-based management of the southern Everglades and Florida Bay, Florida
  • Christopher J. Madden
  • Ecosystem-based management of the Apalachicola River- palachicola Bay System, Florida
  • Robert J. Livingston
  • Ecosystem-based management of Mobile Bay, Alabama
  • John F. Valentine, Kenneth L. Heck Jr., Michael R. Dardeau, and Hank Burch
  • Sea-level rise and vulnerability of coastal lowlands in the Mexican areas of the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea
  • Mario A. Ortiz Perez, Ana P. Mendez Linares, and Jose R. Hernandez Santana
  • Southwestern Gulf of Mexico reefs: connectivity, biogeographical relationships, and management implications
  • Hector Reyes-Bonilla and Eric Jordan-Dahlgren
  • Coral reef management and conservation in the Southern Gulf of Mexico
  • John W. Tunnell Jr. and Ernesto A. Chavez
  • Considerations for an ecosystem approach to fisheries management in the southern Gulf of Mexico
  • Juan C. Seijo, John F. Caddy, and William W. Arzapalo
  • Ecosystem-based management of coastal fisheries in the Gulf of Mexico: environmental and anthropogenic impacts and essential habitat protection
  • Donald M. Baltz and Alejandro Yanez-Arancibia
  • Ecosystem approach based on environmental units for management of the Centla Wetlands Biosphere Reserve: a critical review for its future protection
  • Systems approach for coastal ecosystem-based management in the Gulf of Mexico: ecological pulsing, the basis for sustainable management
  • Alejandro Yanez-Arancibia and John W. Day
  • Ana Laura Lara-Dominguez, Enrique Reyes, Mario A. Ortiz Perez, Patricia Mendez-Linares, Patricia Sanchez-Gil, David Zarate Lomeli, John W. Day, Alejandro Yanez-Arancibia, and Eduardo Sainz Hernandez
  • Landscape, land use, and management in the coastal zone of Yucatan Peninsula
  • Jorge A. Herrera-Silveira, Francisco A. Comin, and Luis Capurro Filograsso
  • Biogeochemistry of Gulf of Mexico estuaries: implications for management
  • Thomas S. Bianchi, Jonathan R. Pennock, and Robert R. Twilley
  • Global climate change impacts on coastal ecosystems in the Gulf of Mexico: considerations for integrated coastal management
  • John W. Day, Alejandro Yanez-Arancibia, James H. Cowan, Richard H. Day, Robert R. Twilley, and John R. Rybczyk
  • Perspectives of mangrove ecosystem management in Cuba
  • Daniel O. Suman
  • Toward a regional program for ICZM in the Mexican area of the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean: an analysis revisiting two decades of publications
  • David Zarate Lomeli, Alejandro Yanez-Arancibia, John W. Day, Patricia Sanchez-Gil, Hector Alafita Vasquez, and Jose J. Ramirez Gordillo
Control code
ocn852758559
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (access may be restricted)
Form of item
online
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institution
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Gulf of Mexico origin, waters, and biota. :, Volume 4, Ecosystem-Based Management, edited by John W. Day and Alejandro Yanez-Arancibia, (electronic resource/)
Link
http://library.quincycollege.edu:2048/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&scope=site&db=nlebk&db=nlabk&AN=606120
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Integrated coastal management in the Mississippi Delta: system functioning as the basis of sustainable management
  • John W. Day, John Barras, G. Paul Kemp, Robert Lane, William J. Mitsch, and Paul H. Templet
  • Ecosystem-based management of Galveston Bay, Texas
  • L. James Lester, Lisa A. Gonzalez, and Priscilla A. Weeks
  • Ecosystem-based management in the Laguna Madre, western Gulf of Mexico
  • Elizabeth H. Smith, Alfonso Banda, John W. Tunnell Jr., and Kim Withers
  • Mexico-United States shared environmental problems in the Rio Grande/ Rio Bravo Basin ecosystem
  • Sergio Jimenez-Hernandez and Gary L. Powell
  • Ecosystem functioning: the basis for sustainable management of Terminos Lagoon, Campeche Mexico
  • Alejandro Yanez-Arancibia, John W. Day, Ana L. Lara-Dominguez, Patricia Sanchez-Gil, Guillermo J. Villalobos, and Jorge A. Herrera-Silveira
  • The salinity transition zone between the southern Everglades and Florida Bay: system functioning and implications for coastal zone management
  • The role of participation in ecosystem-based management: insight from the Usumacinta Watershed and Terminos Lagoon, Mexico
  • Bruce Currie-Alder
  • John W. Day, Fred Sklar, Jaye E. Cable, Daniel L. Childers, Carlos Coronado-Molina, Steve E. Davis, Steve Kelly, Christopher J. Madden, Brian Perez, Enrique Reyes, David T. Rudnick, and Martha A. Sutula
  • Use of models in ecosystem-based management of the southern Everglades and Florida Bay, Florida
  • Christopher J. Madden
  • Ecosystem-based management of the Apalachicola River- palachicola Bay System, Florida
  • Robert J. Livingston
  • Ecosystem-based management of Mobile Bay, Alabama
  • John F. Valentine, Kenneth L. Heck Jr., Michael R. Dardeau, and Hank Burch
  • Sea-level rise and vulnerability of coastal lowlands in the Mexican areas of the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea
  • Mario A. Ortiz Perez, Ana P. Mendez Linares, and Jose R. Hernandez Santana
  • Southwestern Gulf of Mexico reefs: connectivity, biogeographical relationships, and management implications
  • Hector Reyes-Bonilla and Eric Jordan-Dahlgren
  • Coral reef management and conservation in the Southern Gulf of Mexico
  • John W. Tunnell Jr. and Ernesto A. Chavez
  • Considerations for an ecosystem approach to fisheries management in the southern Gulf of Mexico
  • Juan C. Seijo, John F. Caddy, and William W. Arzapalo
  • Ecosystem-based management of coastal fisheries in the Gulf of Mexico: environmental and anthropogenic impacts and essential habitat protection
  • Donald M. Baltz and Alejandro Yanez-Arancibia
  • Ecosystem approach based on environmental units for management of the Centla Wetlands Biosphere Reserve: a critical review for its future protection
  • Systems approach for coastal ecosystem-based management in the Gulf of Mexico: ecological pulsing, the basis for sustainable management
  • Alejandro Yanez-Arancibia and John W. Day
  • Ana Laura Lara-Dominguez, Enrique Reyes, Mario A. Ortiz Perez, Patricia Mendez-Linares, Patricia Sanchez-Gil, David Zarate Lomeli, John W. Day, Alejandro Yanez-Arancibia, and Eduardo Sainz Hernandez
  • Landscape, land use, and management in the coastal zone of Yucatan Peninsula
  • Jorge A. Herrera-Silveira, Francisco A. Comin, and Luis Capurro Filograsso
  • Biogeochemistry of Gulf of Mexico estuaries: implications for management
  • Thomas S. Bianchi, Jonathan R. Pennock, and Robert R. Twilley
  • Global climate change impacts on coastal ecosystems in the Gulf of Mexico: considerations for integrated coastal management
  • John W. Day, Alejandro Yanez-Arancibia, James H. Cowan, Richard H. Day, Robert R. Twilley, and John R. Rybczyk
  • Perspectives of mangrove ecosystem management in Cuba
  • Daniel O. Suman
  • Toward a regional program for ICZM in the Mexican area of the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean: an analysis revisiting two decades of publications
  • David Zarate Lomeli, Alejandro Yanez-Arancibia, John W. Day, Patricia Sanchez-Gil, Hector Alafita Vasquez, and Jose J. Ramirez Gordillo
Control code
ocn852758559
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (access may be restricted)
Form of item
online
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institution
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote

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