Organism–Sediment Relations at Multiple Spatial Scales: Implications for Community Structure and Successional Dynamics
Ecological succession, Sediments (geology)
Biology | Ecology and Evolutionary Biology | Marine Biology
Book summary: In 1998, scientists representing more than fifty international research organizations met to seek answers to environmental questions regarding pollution, ocean cleansing, and the impact that changes in sediment layers have on benthic organisms and the ecosystems that depend on them. Their findings consider these topics, identify opportunities for future investigations, and promote active partnerships between federal regulatory agencies and the academic community in order to preserve and enhance natural aquatic resources.
Zajac, Roman, "Organism–Sediment Relations at Multiple Spatial Scales: Implications for Community Structure and Successional Dynamics" (2001). Biology and Environmental Science Faculty Publications. 30.
Zajac RN (2001). Organism–sediment relations at multiple spatial scales: implications for community structure and successional dynamics. In Aller J, Aller R and Wooden SA (2001) Organism-Sediment Interactions. Belle W. Baruch Library in Marine Science Series No. 21. University of South Carolina Press, pp. 119-140.