UV and Coral Reefs Book

Dave Alan Gulko gulko at hawaii.edu
Wed Jan 29 15:41:12 EST 1997

	Enclosed is information regarding "Ultraviolet Radiation
and Coral Reefs", a recent volume produced by the Hawai`i Institute of
Marine Biology and the University of Hawai`i Sea Grant Program.
	The book represents a collection of papers about UV and coral
reefs, from methods, to reproduction, to vision, that came out of both an
international workshop and a HIMB Summer Program held in Hawai'i a few
years a go.

Enclosed is the table of contents from the volume: 


	Ultraviolet Radiation and Coral Reefs
		D. Gulko & P. L. Jokiel (eds)

Table of Contents:

	An Introduction to the Study 
		of UV on Coral Reefs			P. L. Jokiel
	Ultraviolet Light and the Origin 
		of Life					D. Mauzerall
	Oh No, Not Another Workshop: 
		A Summary of Previous UV Workshops	M. P. Lesser
	General Overview of Instrumentation,
		Experimental Methods, and 
		Attenuation of UV Radiation
		into Natural Waters			M. P. Lesser
	Introduction to Materials and 
		Methods Used by Participants in the 
		1994 HIMB Summer Program on 
		'UV and Coral Reefs'			D.Gulko, M. P. 
							Lesser & M. Ondrusek
	An Introduction to the UV Environment
		of Kane'ohe Bay, O'ahu			D. Gulko
	Attenuation in Kane'ohe Bay as 
		Interpreted from PUV Profiles		K. W. Patterson

	The Influence of Solar UV-B Radiation on 
		Copepods in the Lagoon at Coconut 
		Island, Hawai'i				H. Saito & S.Taguchi
	A Biological Weighting Function for
		Phytoplankton Growth Inhibition		P. J. M. Peterson,
							R. C. Smith, K. W. 
							Patterson & P. L.
	Physiological and Biochemical Effects of
		UV Radiation on the Marine 
		Phytoplankton _Nannochloropsis_ sp.
		and _Dunaliella_ sp.			B. Butow & T.
	Horizontal and Vertical Distribution of MAA's
		in Hawaiian Corals: A Depth Profile
		and a Survey				I. Kuffner, M. E.
							Ondrusek &
							M. Lesser
	Response of a Pacific Stony Coral to Short-
		term Exposure of Ultraviolet and 
		Visible Light				S. K. Lewis
	Bleaching and Lipids in the Pacific Coral
		_Montipora verrucosa_			A. G. Grottoli-
	Uneven Bleaching Within a Coral Colony in
		Response to Differing Levels of
		Solar Radiation				A. G. Grottoli-
							Everett & I.
	The Metabolic Response of _Fungia scutaria_
		to Elevated Temperatures Under Various
		UV Radiation Regimes			S. V. Hohlbach
	Preliminary Report of the Occurance of
		Mycosporine-like Amino Acids in the
		Eggs of the Hawaiian Scleractinian
		Corals _Montipora verrucosa_ and 
		_Fungia scutaria_			D. A. Krupp &
							J. Blanck
	Effects of Ultraviolet Radiation on 
		Fertilization in the Hawaiian Coral
		_Fungia scutaria_			D. Gulko
	The Effect of UV on Settlement of the Planula
		of _Pocillopora damicornis_		A. Baker

	Ultraviolet Radiation: Helpful or Harmful to
		Zooxanthellae Culture Growth		S. R. Santos

	Survey of Mycosporine-like Amino Acids in the 
		Macrophytes of Kane'ohe Bay		A. T. Banaszak &
							M. Lesser
	Effects of Ultraviolet Radiation and Nitrogen
		Enrichment on Growth in the Coral Reef 
		Chlorophytes _Dictyosphaeria cavernosa_
		and _Dictyosphaeria versluysii_		S. Larned
	Phototoxicity in a Coral Reef Flat Community	R. Peachey &
							D. Crosby

UV & Vision:
	UV Vision by Marine Animals: Mainly Questions	N. Shashar
	Polarization Vision as a Mechanism for
		Detection of Transparent Objects	N. Shashar, L.
							Addessi & T. W. 
	Designs for Submersible Imaging Polarimeters	N. Shashar, T. W.
							Cronin, G. Johnson
							& L. B. Wolff
	Ultraviolet Imagery				G. Losey, C. W.
							Hawryshyn, W. N.
							McFarland, E. R.
							Lowe, T. W. Cronin
							& D. Fiore

	Workshop Roundtable Discussion on
		"Directions in Marine UV Research"


The cost is
US$35 + US$5 shipping and handling.  Books will be mailed first class for
orders within the US.  Please make checks or money orders (for
US$40/volume) out to:

        "University of Hawaii Foundation 13-310-0"

No purchase orders (PO's) or credit cards.  Please send checks or money
orders along with mailing information to:

        Jacque Blanck
        Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
        P. O. Box 1346
        Kaneohe, HI  96744

        If you have any further questions you can contact Dr. Paul
Jokiel, Jacque Blanck or myself at the above address, or by
fax (808) 236-7443, or by calling the lab (808) 236-7440, or by contacting
me through my email address.

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