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Seagrasses: Biology, Ecology and Conservation (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 22. Februar 2007

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"This is an excellent and timely volume, which shows that research on seagrasses has a good balance between studies of the basic biology of these fascinating organisms and studies of threats to seagrasses and their conservation."

"The editors and authors are to be congratulated..."

Phycologia (2006) volume 45 (5)

"...exhaustively researched and superbly produced..."

"...this book will stand for a number of years as the definite statement on the status of research on seagrasses and seagrass ecosystems at the turn of the 21st century."

Marine Ecology 27 (2006)


Seagrasses are unique plants; the only group of flowering plants to recolonise the sea. They occur on every continental margin, except Antarctica, and form ecosystems which have important roles in fisheries, fish nursery grounds, prawn fisheries, habitat diversity and sediment stabilisation. Over the last two decades there has been an explosion of research and information on all aspects of seagrass biology. However the compilation of all this work into one book has not been attempted previously. In this book experts in 26 areas of seagrass biology present their work in chapters which are state-of-the-art and designed to be useful to students and researchers alike. The book not only focuses on what has been discovered but what exciting areas are left to discover. The book is divided into sections on taxonomy, anatomy, reproduction, ecology, physiology, fisheries, management, conservation and landscape ecology. It is destined to become the chosen text on seagrasses for any marine biology course.

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HASH(0x9bb4a7bc) von 5 Sternen very useful 8. Februar 2008
Von Gregg Rivara - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
This book is a great resource for students, managers and science professionals who study or work with seagrasses. It is basically a literature review of all published work regarding seagrasses up until the year 2005. I am a marine biologist working with Zostera marina, and I use this book almost on a daily basis. Great buy.
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HASH(0x9b5d2d74) von 5 Sternen Botany Bay 2. September 2012
Von Ashtar Command - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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"Seagrasses: Biology, Ecology and Conservation" is an extensive volume authored by Anthony W.D. Larkum, Robert J. Orth and Carlos M. Duarte.

Since many of my reviews of scientific reference works are somewhat flippant, perhaps I should point out that I find this book seriously fascinating when leafing through it, although I admit it's just too technical and "academic" for a general reader like myself.

I always assumed that seagrasses were algae, and didn't think much further of them. In reality, they are "real" plants (angiosperms or "flowering plants" to be exact). The seagrasses are not a specific taxonomic group, however, but an ecological group. They belong to several different families, all within the superorder Alismatiflorae.

This book contains lengthy, scientific treatments of all aspects of seagrasses: taxonomy, biogeography, evolution, conservation, morphology, etc. A section on seagrasses and fisheries is included. The text is heavy and suited for specialists only. (Imagine being a specialist on seagrasses!) Still, I give it four stars. I suspect "Seagrasses" is the "bible" for botanists at sea...
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