Book ID: 41802
Red Tides. Biology, Environmental Science, and Toxicology. Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Red Tides held November 10-14, 1987, in Takamatsu, Kagawa Prefecture, Japan. 1989. XX,489 p. gr8vo. Cloth.
Contents (partly): Keynote addresses and overview/ Red tides in regions(Historical trends in the red tide phenomenon in the Rias Bajas ofNorthwest Spain, T.Wyatt and B.Reguera/ Studies on red tide phenomenain Korean coastal waters, J.S.Park, H.G.Kim and S.G.Lee/ Occurrence ofred tide in the Gulf of Thailand, S.Suvapepun/ Red tide: The Philippineexperience, C.L.Gonzales, J.A.Ordonez, and A.M.Maala/ Etc.)/Environmental science and biology (Relationship between verticalstability and the occurrence of Chattonella red tides in Harima Nada,Setonaikai, Y.Iwata, M.Ishida, M.Uchiyama, and A.Okuzawaj/ Physicalparameters of forecasting red tide in Harima-Nada, Japan, T.Yanagi/Fronts, upwelling and coastal circulation: Spatial heterogeneity ofCeratium in the Gulf of Maine, P.J.S.Franks, D.M.Anderson, and B.A.Keafer/ Etc.)/ Biochemistry/ Toxicology/ Workshops (Methods for moderndinoflagellate cyst studies, K.Matsuoka, Y.Fukuyo and D.M.Anderson/Instrumental analyses of dinoflagellate toxins, T.Hasumoto, Y.Oshima,M.Murata, and S.Nishio)/ Index. - Second hand copy.