Environmental Oceanography is a scientifically-based, multidisciplinary text that uses critical thinking and case studies to teach principles of oceanography and focuses on the importance of, and threats to, the marine environment. The text uses an innovative approach to teaching environmental oceanography, consisting of marine environmental issues presented as self-contained analytical exercises, with information and questions on sustainability integrated throughout. Appropriate for a wide range of readers, Environmental Oceanography works well as a stand-alone text, a lab-based course book, and as a supplement to main texts in oceanography and marine science for those instructors who would like to add an active learning focus to their course. Regardless of whether you are teaching a large or small course, Environmental Oceanography will engage and excite your students and prompt them to think critically about pressing environmental issues.QUESTION 10-5. Discuss whether you think states and ... serious threats was nutrient enrichment, leading to eutrophication. Nutrients are substances that are ... Available at http://www.chesapeakebay.net/content/publications/cbp_26038. pdf.
|Title||:||Environmental Oceanography: Topics and Analysis|
|Author||:||Daniel C. Abel, Robert McConnell|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Learning - 2010|