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The Resource Changing Land Use Patterns in the Coastal Zone : Managing Environmental Quality in Rapidly Developing Regions, edited by G. S. Kleppel, M. Richard DeVoe, Mac V. Rawson, (electronic book)

Changing Land Use Patterns in the Coastal Zone : Managing Environmental Quality in Rapidly Developing Regions, edited by G. S. Kleppel, M. Richard DeVoe, Mac V. Rawson, (electronic book)

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Changing Land Use Patterns in the Coastal Zone : Managing Environmental Quality in Rapidly Developing Regions
Title
Changing Land Use Patterns in the Coastal Zone
Title remainder
Managing Environmental Quality in Rapidly Developing Regions
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edited by G. S. Kleppel, M. Richard DeVoe, Mac V. Rawson
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eng
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Kleppel, G. S.
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  • DeVoe, M. Richard
  • Rawson, Mac V
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Springer Series on Environmental Management
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  • Applied Ecology
  • Environmental management
  • Environmental sciences
  • Regional planning
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Changing Land Use Patterns in the Coastal Zone : Managing Environmental Quality in Rapidly Developing Regions, edited by G. S. Kleppel, M. Richard DeVoe, Mac V. Rawson, (electronic book)
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
Introduction. The effects of changing land use patterns on marine resources: setting a research agenda to facilitate management -- Trends in land use policy and development in the coastal southeast -- Predicting trajectories of urban growth in the coastal southeast -- Urban typology and estuarine biodiversity in rapidly developing coastal watersheds -- The relationship of hydrodynamics to morphology in tidal creek and salt marsh systems of South Carolina and Georgia -- The role of tidal wetlands in estuarine nutrient cycling -- Evaluating the potential importance of groundwater-derived carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus inputs to South Carolina and Georgia coastal ecosystems -- Oxygen, carbon dioxide, and estuarine condition -- Chemical contaminants entering estuaries in the South Atlantic Bight as a result of current and past land use -- Models of coastal stress: review and future challenges -- Alternatives to coliform bacteria as indicators of human impact on coastal ecosystems -- Afterword. Managing coastal urbanization and development in the twenty-first century: the need for a new paradigm
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9780387290232
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Label
Changing Land Use Patterns in the Coastal Zone : Managing Environmental Quality in Rapidly Developing Regions, edited by G. S. Kleppel, M. Richard DeVoe, Mac V. Rawson, (electronic book)
Publication
Antecedent source
mixed
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
not applicable
Contents
Introduction. The effects of changing land use patterns on marine resources: setting a research agenda to facilitate management -- Trends in land use policy and development in the coastal southeast -- Predicting trajectories of urban growth in the coastal southeast -- Urban typology and estuarine biodiversity in rapidly developing coastal watersheds -- The relationship of hydrodynamics to morphology in tidal creek and salt marsh systems of South Carolina and Georgia -- The role of tidal wetlands in estuarine nutrient cycling -- Evaluating the potential importance of groundwater-derived carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus inputs to South Carolina and Georgia coastal ecosystems -- Oxygen, carbon dioxide, and estuarine condition -- Chemical contaminants entering estuaries in the South Atlantic Bight as a result of current and past land use -- Models of coastal stress: review and future challenges -- Alternatives to coliform bacteria as indicators of human impact on coastal ecosystems -- Afterword. Managing coastal urbanization and development in the twenty-first century: the need for a new paradigm
Dimensions
unknown
File format
multiple file formats
Isbn
9780387290232
Level of compression
uncompressed
Quality assurance targets
absent
Reformatting quality
access
Specific material designation
remote

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