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By Leslie Dierauf, Frances M.D. Gulland
Content material: Marine mammals as sentinels of ocean wellbeing and fitness / Michelle Lynn Reddy, Leslie A. Dierauf, and Frances M.D. Gulland -- rising and resurging ailments / Debra Lee Miller, Ruth Y. Ewing, and Gregory D. Bossart -- Florida manatees : views on populations, discomfort, and safeguard / Thomas J. O'Shea, Lynn W. Lefebvre, and Cathy A. Beck -- Marine mammal stranding networks / Frances M.D. Gulland, Leslie A. Dierauf, and Teri ok. Rowles -- Marine mammal strange mortality occasions / Leslie A. Dierauf and Frances M.D. Gulland -- Mass strandings of cetaceans / Michael T. Walsh ... [et al.] -- Careers in marine mammal medication / Leslie A. Dierauf, Salvatore Frasca, Jr., and Ted Y. Mashima -- The digital whale / Leslie A. Dierauf -- Gross and microscopic anatomy / Sentiel A. Rommel and Linda J. Lowenstine -- Endocrinology / David J. St. Aubin -- copy / Todd R. Robeck, Shannon K.C. Atkinson, and Fiona Brook -- Immunology / Donald P. King ... [et al.] -- rigidity and marine mammals / David J. St. Aubin and Leslie A. Dierauf -- Genetic analyses / Deborah D. Duffield and William Amos -- Viral ailments / Suzanne Kennedy-Stoskopf -- Bacterial illnesses of cetaceans and pinnipeds / J. Lawrence Dunn, John D. greenback, and Todd R. Robeck -- Mycotic ailments / Thomas H. Reidarson ... [et al.] -- Parasitic ailments / Murray D. Dailey -- scientific pathology / Gregory D. Bossart ... [et al.] -- Cetacean cytology / Jay C. Sweeney and Michelle Lynn Reddy -- Gross necropsy and specimen assortment protocols / Teri ok. Rowles, Frances M. Van Dolah, and Aleta A. Hohn -- Toxicology / Todd M. O'Hara and Thomas J. O'Shea -- Noninfectious illnesses / Frances M.D. Gulland, Linda J. Lowenstine, and Terry R. Spraker -- evaluate of diagnostic imaging / William Van Bonn and Fiona Brook -- Radiology, machine tomography, and magnetic resonance imaging / William Van Bonn, Eric D. Jensen, and Fiona Brook -- Ultrasonography / Fiona Brook, William Van Bonn, and Eric D. Jensen -- versatile and inflexible endoscopy in marine mammals / Samuel R. Dover and William Van Bonn -- Thermal imaging of marine mammals / Michael T. Walsh and Edward V. Gaynor -- Marine mammal anesthesia / Martin Haulena and Robert Bruce Heath -- in depth care / Michael T. Walsh and Scott Gearhart -- prescribed drugs and formularies / Michael okay. Stoskopf, Scott Willens, and James F. McBain -- Euthanasia / Leah L. Greer, Janet Whaley, and Teri okay. Rowles -- U.S. federal laws governing marine mammals / Nina M. younger and Sara L. Shapiro -- Public health and wellbeing / Daniel F. Cowan, Carol condominium, and James A. condo -- Water caliber / Kristen D. Arkush -- nutrients and energetics / Graham A.J. valuable -- Hand-rearing and synthetic milk formulation / Forrest I. Townsend, Jr. and Laurie J. Gage -- Tagging and monitoring / Michelle E. Lander ... [et al.] -- Marine mammal delivery / Jim Antrim and James F. McBain -- Cetacean drugs / James F. McBain -- Seals and sea lions / Frances M.D. Gulland, Martin Haulena, and Leslie A. Dierauf -- Walruses / Michael T. Walsh, Brad F. Andrews, and Jim Antrim -- Manatees / Gregory D. Bossart -- Sea otters / Pamela Tuomi -- Polar bears / Michael Brent Briggs
By Tim Zimmermann
On February 24, 2010, Tilikum, the most important killer whale at SeaWorld, without warning dragged sunrise Brancheau, his coach, into the pool and killed her. Journalist Tim Zimmermann got down to discover why. His riveting account of Tilikum's lifestyles, and the historical past of killer whale leisure at marine parks, dives into the realm of the ocean's best predator. It chronicles Tilikum's seize and separation from his kin, and the actual and mental tension he skilled in marine park swimming pools over a few 30 years. It explores Tilikum's involvement in earlier deaths. And it information the inherent dangers of utilizing captive killer whales for human leisure. finally, Zimmermann explains how the lifetime of Tilikum got here to intend the loss of life of sunrise Brancheau.
By Emil Olafsson
Marine macrophytes (macroalgae, seagrasses, and mangroves) contain millions of species dispensed in shallow water components alongside the world’s coastlines. They play a key function in marine ecosystems concerning biodiversity and effort circulation. a wide percentage of macrophyte species could be characterized as surroundings engineers―organisms that without delay or in some way have an effect on the supply of assets to different species through editing, keeping, and developing habitats.
This e-book is split into 3 major themes:
• Marine macroalgae and seagrasses as resources of biodiversity supplies an summary of the range of the most organisms linked to macrophytes, and their sensible function and interactions inside of their hosts.
• Primary and secondary construction of Macrophytes synthesizes study on nutrients net buildings derived from/or linked to, macrophytes and the move of macrophytic fundamental and secondary construction from one surroundings to another.
• Threats to macrophytic atmosphere engineers addresses human-induced results together with eutrophication, actual destruction, invasive species, and worldwide warming.
The e-book is without doubt one of the first one to pay attention to the worth of macrophytes for the health and wellbeing of marine habitats. The booklet is aimed toward teachers yet might be valuable for college students, coverage makers, and laymen alike.
By David S Brown
The 1st 1/2 this booklet is basically a scientific survey of the snails, starting with glossaries, keys for identity to genera and a record of species. this is often through a synopsis of species, with short notes on ecology, distribution and parasites. Relationships are then defined among snails and schistosomes and with different parasites. The ebook is going directly to give some thought to the criteria affecting snail populations and attainable tools for inhabitants keep watch over.
By Donald C. Jackson
Trundling alongside in primarily an identical shape for a few 220 million years, turtles have noticeable dinosaurs come and pass, mammals emerge, and humankind extend its dominion. Is it any ask yourself the continual reptile bested the hare? during this enticing publication physiologist Donald Jackson stocks a life of remark of this curious creature, permitting us a glance less than the shell of an animal instantaneously so universal and so unusual. right here we find how the turtle’s proverbial slowness is helping it live on an extended, chilly iciness below ice. How the shell not just serves as a protecting domestic but additionally affects such crucial services as buoyancy keep watch over, respiring, and surviving remarkably lengthy classes with out oxygen, and the way many different physiological beneficial properties aid outline this precise animal. Jackson deals perception into what precisely it’s wish to reside within a shell—to hold the heavy carapace on land and in water, to respire with no an expandable ribcage, to have intercourse with all that physique armor intervening. alongside the way in which we additionally study anything concerning the technique of clinical discovery—how the reply to 1 query results in new questions, how an opportunity commentary can switch the path of analysis, and notably how new examine continuously builds at the earlier paintings of others. a transparent and informative exposition of physiological options utilizing the turtle as a version organism, the publication is as attention-grabbing for what it tells us approximately medical research because it is for its deep and precise realizing of ways the long-lasting turtle “works.” (20110210)
By Bartlett, Darius J.; Wright, Dawn J
A well timed guides for the UN overseas yr of the sea, this can be the 1st publication to hide the elemental and utilized clinical difficulties in deep sea and coastal technological know-how utilizing distant sensing and GIS know-how. it is going to encourage destiny research.
By Stefan Koenemann, Ronald Jenner
In comparison to different arthropods, crustaceans are characterised via an exceptional disparity of physique plans. commonly, the specialization of arthropod segments and appendages into precise physique areas has served as a handy foundation for larger class; despite the fact that, many relationships in the phylum Arthropoda nonetheless stay arguable. Can Crustacea also be thought of a monophyletic staff? if that is so, then that are their closest family members in the Arthropoda? The solutions to questions comparable to those will play a key position in knowing styles and procedures in arthropod evolution, together with the disappearance of sure physique plans from the fossil list, in addition to incidences of transition from aquatic to terrestrial environments. Crustacea and Arthropod Relationships, written through a crew of the world over well-known specialists, offers a large choice of viewpoints, whereas providing an updated precis of contemporary growth throughout a number of disciplines. With wealthy element and vibrancy, it addresses the evolution and phylogenetic relationships of the Arthropoda established upon molecular, developmental, morphological, and paleontological facts. quantity sixteen is the 1st within the sequence not to be solely devoted to discussions particular to crustaceans. whereas it truly is nonetheless crustaceo-centric, the concentration of this quantity has been prolonged to incorporate different teams of arthropods besides the Crustacea. This wider concentration bargains demanding possibilities to guage higher-level relationships in the Arthropoda from a carcinologic point of view. This quantity is devoted to the profession of Frederick R. Schram, the founding editor of CrustaceanIssues in 1983, in reputation of his many stimulating and wide-ranging contributions to the evolutionary biology of arthropods generally, and of crustaceans specifically.