Environmental Consequences and Management of Coastal Industries: Terms and Concepts: Estuarine and Coastal Sciences Series, cartea 3Autor Michael Elliott, Andrew Wither
en Limba Engleză Paperback – 15 noi 2023
Users will find this to be a simple and accessible guide to the terminology used and concepts covered. Individual entries are complete in themselves, but still cross referenced to other entries where additional information may be found. This provides quick-and-easy access to the required information.
- Provides a unique approach that acts as a first-stop-shop for complementary interests with entries presented on separate pages
- Presents multidisciplinary content, thus ensuring that different functions understand others’ priorities and concerns
- Includes comprehensive content with wide ranging coverage written by experts with many decades of experience in environmental aspects of coastal power plans and other industries
Public țintăUniversities & colleges teaching Marine Biology, Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology, Environmental Biology, Fishery Biology, Environmental engineering, Coastal engineers
1. Science background 2. Fisheries Terms 3. Impact and Assessment 4. Cooling Water 5. Impingement and Entrainment 6. Biofouling 7. Chemicals 8. Discharge Plumes 9. Monitoring 10. Management Background 11. Governance and Management
Mike Elliott is the Professor of Estuarine and Coastal Sciences at the University of Hull, UK and also the Director of International Estuarine & Coastal Specialists Ltd. He is a marine biologist with a wide experience and interests and his teaching, research, advisory and consultancy includes estuarine and marine ecology, policy, governance and management. Mike has published widely, co-authoring/co-editing 19 books/proceedings and >300 scientific publications. He has advised on many environmental matters for academia, industry, government and statutory bodies worldwide and is a member of many national and international committees linking marine science to policy. Mike is a past-President of the international Estuarine & Coastal Sciences Association (ECSA) and is a Co-Editor-in-Chief of the international journal Estuarine, Coastal & Shelf Science; he currently is or has had Adjunct Professor and Research positions at several universities and research institutes.