Rocky sea fronts and in- breaking waves tertidal rocks A-2* High energy beaches breaking waves A-3,. Oscillating temperature shocks of extreme channels temperature range A-5- Sedimentary deltas High rate of sedimen- tation A-6.
Hypersaline lagoons briny salinities A-7* Blue-green algal mats temperature variation and low nighttime oxygen Bo Natural tropical Light and Little Stress ecosystems of high diversity B-la Mangroves light and tide B-2. Natural temperate eco- Sharp seasonal program- systems with seasonal ming and migrant stocks programming C-1.
Thermal pollution high and variable temperature discharges E-7. Sugar cane waste organics, fibers, soils of sugar industry wastes E-9. Piling treated wood substrates E-13- Salina brine complex of salt manufacture E-14* Brine pollution stress of high salt wastes and odd element ratios 4 Table I (c ont'd.
Worm and clam flats waves and current, intermittent flow C-7A. Shallow Salt Ponds small waves; light en- ergy concentrated in shallow zone C-8.
Oligohaline systems saltwater shock zone, i4nter cold C-9.
Natural Temperate Ecosystems with Seasonal Programming VOLUME THREE: D. Using the classification of coastal systems set up in Part II, we have indicated the contribution of the references by annotating the entries with systems and states involved in the article.
Natural Tropical Ecosystems of High Diversity VOLUME TWO: C. Migrating Subsystems Part VI BIBLIOGRAPHY OF COASTAL ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS Joyce Shields and Ann Rogers University of North Carolina The references that follow concern the marine ecological systems of the United States. and phytoplankton volumes measured in Monterey Bay, California 1961-1966.
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The identification of a paper by system type allows the reader to refer to the chapter or chapters where the reference is appropriate.