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History of the British possessions in the Indian & Atlantic Oceans; comprising Ceylon, Penang, Malacca, Sincapore, the Falkland Islands, St. Helena, Ascension, Sierra Leone, the Gambia, Cape Coast Castle, &c., &c. / : R. Montgomery Martin (1837).
Global ensemble projections reveal trophic amplification of ocean biomass declines with climate change. / : Heike K. Lotzea, et al. PNAS Latest Articles, 2019.
Climate change can affect the distribution and abundance of marine life, with consequences for goods and services provided to people. Because different models can lead to divergent conclusions about marine futures, we present an integrated global ocean assessment of climate change impacts using an ensemble ofmultiple climate and ecosystem models. It reveals that global marine animal biomass will decline under all emission scenarios, driven by increasing temperature and decreasing primary production. Notably, climate change impacts are amplified at higher food web levels compared with phytoplankton. Our ensemble projections provide the most comprehensive outlook on potential climate-driven ecological changes in the global ocean to date and can inform adaptive management and conservation of marine resources under climate change.
Jones et al., The Location and Protection Status of Earth’s Diminishing Marine Wilderness, Current Biology (2018).
Marinens Bibliothek : Katalog over Litteratur vedrørende Polaromraadernes og Verdenshavenes Opdagelse og Udforskning, Hval- og Sælfangst, Personalhistorie, Tidsskrifter, Aarsskrifter og andre Periodica : Udarb. paa Foranledning af Marinens Biblioteks Bogudvalg : Sluttet 31. December 1930. / : H. A. Ø. Bistrup. I Komm. hos Levin & Munksgaard, 1933.
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Russian marine expeditionary investigations of the world ocean. / : Edited by: R. Tatusko, S. Levitus.
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The history of Russian oceanographic expeditionary research is very rich and full of numerous global-scale discoveries of great scientific importance. However, it is a very difficult task to introduce a comprehensive review of multidisciplinary marine investigations, which date back over 300 years. This publication is an endeavor to present the most important results of sea voyages and ocean expeditions performed by Russian seamen from the late 17th century up to the present. It is intended to familiarize the international oceanographic scientific communities as well as anyone interested in historical Russian marine exploration and the current state of expeditionary research. In particular, this monograph may be particularly useful for students and officers in navigation schools as more general information about Russia’s marine expeditionary research is presented. This monograph presents information on the most famous expeditions and the results from these investigations, the national and international projects (programs) involving Russia, and the organizations contributing to research of the world oceans.'
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