By Kenneth D. Black (Editor) Graham Shimmield (Editor)
Marine platforms fluctuate of their sensitivities to perturbation. Perturbation will be insidious - equivalent to expanding eutrophication of coastal parts - or it can be dramatic - similar to a reaction to an oil spill or another twist of fate. weather switch may perhaps ensue incrementally or it can be abrupt, and atmosphere resilience could be a fancy functionality of the interactions of the criteria and species mediating key biogeochemical processes.
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Biogeochemistry of Marine Systems (Sheffield Biological Sciences S.) by Kenneth D. Black (Editor) Graham Shimmield (Editor)