1 Introduction: Australasian Marine Ecology in a Global ContextPart 1 Fundamental Concepts in Marine Ecology2 Early Life Histories of Marine Invertebrates and Fishes3 Recruitment Ecology of Marine Macroalgae4 Negative Interactions: The Influence of Predators and Herbivores on Prey and Ecological Systems5 Negative Interactions: an Overview of Competition among Marine Organisms6 Positive Interactions in Marine Communities7 Natural Disturbance and Regeneration of Marine Benthic CommunitiesPart 2 Australian Biogeography and Connectivity8 Marine Biogeography and Biodiversity of Australia9 Coastal Oceanography and Ecology10 Dispersal and Gene Flow in Australian Marine Environments11 Linking Terrestrial-Freshwater and Marine Environments: an Example from Estuarine SystemsPart 3 Australian Communities12 Open Water: Plankton Ecology13 Coral Reefs: Naturally Dynamic and Increasingly Disturbed Ecosystems14 Subtidal Temperate Rocky Habitats: Habitat Heterogeneity at Local to Continental Scales15 Intertidal Temperate Rocky Shores16 Soft Sediments17 Seagrass18 Mangroves and SaltmarshPart 4 Conservation and Management19 Fisheries and their Management20 Marine Protected Areas21 Water Quality and the Loss of Coral Reefs and Kelp Forests: Alternative States and the Influence of Fishing22 Invasive Marine Species Management and Research23 Climate Change in Marine Ecosystems
Sean D. Connell has published over 30 international papers on the ecology of fish, invertebrates and algae, and now focuses on local-regional patterns and processes of marine ecology (awarded the Andrewartha Medal for significant contribution to ecology by a young Australian).
"The scope, depth, and multidisciplinary nature of Marine Ecology
will make this a seminal volume in Australasian marine science." --
The Quarterly Review of Biology, Vol. 83
"The scope, depth, and multidisciplinary nature of Marine Ecology will make this a seminal volume in Australasian marine science." -- The Quarterly Review of Biology, Vol. 83