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Aquatic Sciences Newsletter - Issue 3, September 2007


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Journal of Hydro-environment Research
First Issue of Journal of Hydro-environment Research available on ScienceDirect

Elsevier is pleased to announce that the first issue of the Journal of Hydro-environment Research is now available on ScienceDirect. Published on a quarterly basis, the journal will provide an international platform for the dissemination of research and engineering applications on water and hydraulic problems in the Asia-Pacific region.


Upcoming Conferences

Eurotox 2007
Visit the Elsevier Booth # 13  

7-10 October, 2007, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Marine Genomics Marine Genomics: An Ocean of Techniques
October 8-11, 2007, Orthodox Academy of Crete, Chania, Greece
EAS Aquaculture Europe
October 24-28, 2007, Istanbul, Turkey
ERF ERF 2007 – Estuarine Research Federation
4 - 8 November, 2007, Providence, USA


Featured Special Issues

The Biology and Ecology of Seagrasses

Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, Volume 350, Issues 1-2, (November 2007)

This special issue includes both literature reviews and research papers that are intended to consolidate existing knowledge and to stimulate further research. The topics vary from cellular and molecular to ecosystem level processes.
View the special issue on ScienceDirect

Water Research, Volume 41, Issue 17, (September 2007)

Water scarcity is an emerging problem for much of the globe, driving the trend towards the use of poorer quality source waters for drinking water production. Membranes are critically important in enabling the safe and reliable transformation of low-grade source waters to high-quality drinking water.
View the special issue on ScienceDirect

Identifying Sources of Fecal Pollution
Water Research, Volume 41, Issue 16, (August 2007)

This special issue focuses on emerging microbial and chemical source tracking techniques to identify origins of fecal contamination in waterways.
View the special issue on ScienceDirect


Special IssuesSpecial Issue Round Up

View a list of all Aquatic Sciences Special Issues published between May – September 2007.

NEW Books

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Falkowski Evolulion of Primary Producers in the Sea
By Paul Falkowski and Andrew Knoll

This exciting new reference examines how photosynthesis evolved on Earth, and how phytoplankton evolved through time - ultimately to permit the evolution of complex life, including human beings.

HauerMethods in Stream Ecology 2e (paperback)
By Richard Hauer and Gary Lamberti

Now available in paperback, this revised bestseller is updated to reflect recent advances in the technology associated with ecological assessment of streams, including remote sensing.

Adey Dynamic Aquaria 3e
By Walter Adey and Karen Loveland

With more than 50% new research, this third edition includes a 16 page color insert with 57 color plates, 25% new photographs, and an entirely new chapter on Biogeography.


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