The Gulf of Guinea volume is part of a series on the Large Marine Ecosystems. This volume combines the latest research on the Gulf of Guinea from scientists working primarily in the region and from Europe. It covers the dynamics of the oceanic and coastal waters of the region, the major biological resources, pollution in the marine environment and the socio-economics and governance of marine fisheries. A significant number of new data sets, including some which have been repatriated from outside the region, are now made available through this publication. The combination of the various chapters underlines the interlinkages that exist between the interannual and seasonal dynamical behaviour of the oceanic offshore waters and the living marine resources along the coast, and the direct effect they have on the livelihoods of the populations living throughout the Gulf of Guinea. The volume is intended for those who have a general interest in the region as well as those who work professionally in the field. It will also be of immense value to resource managers and policy-makers as a demonstration project on how research can help solve the pressing problems of economic and food security in coastal regions.A Report for UNIDO Project EG/RAF/92/G.34 MAMSCO Management Ventures Ltd 1998 Feasibility study on waste ... and P. Manizan (in press) Manual on standardised methodologies for pollution monitoring in the Gulf of Guinea, UNIDO.
|Title||:||The Gulf of Guinea Large Marine Ecosystem|
|Author||:||J.M. McGlade, P. Cury, K.A. Koranteng, N.J. Hardman-Mountford|
|Publisher||:||Newnes - 2002-08-15|