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Marine Biogeography is a comprehensive study of the distribution patterns of marine species and their habitats, as well as the intricate relationships between organisms and their environment. It deals with the complex task of creating habitat ecosystem maps for the seafloor, a crucial aspect of marine biogeography. The book “Marine Biogeography” encompasses a broad range of topics within the field, offering a comprehensive exploration of marine species, their habitats, and the intricate relationships that shape their distribution patterns. It focuses on the methodologies used in creating habitat ecosystem maps, shedding light on the challenges and complexities involved. The book also emphasizes the crucial role of Geographic Information Systems in advancing marine biogeography research, showcasing their significance in understanding the distribution and ecology of marine resources and their implications for human communities. Furthermore, the book explores the practical applications of marine biogeography, particularly in the areas of aquaculture, alternative energy, and fisheries management. By presenting a holistic view of the subject, “Marine Biogeography” serves as an authoritative resource for researchers, students, professionals, and anyone interested in deepening their understanding of the intricate dynamics of marine ecosystems

Marine Biogeography

SKU: 9788119523092
  • Author: Kim Berg

    ISBN: 9788119523092


    Binding: H.B

    1st Edition: 2024

    Pages: 248

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