1997-98 ENSO Special Issue of Bulletin of Marine Science

Susan Theodosiou stheodosiou2000 at yahoo.com
Sun Aug 26 13:05:56 EDT 2001

First Announcement:


Bulletin of Marine Science - 50th Anniversary 

A Collection of Studies on the Effects of the 1997-98
El Niño-Southern Oscillation Event in the Eastern
Tropical Pacific

Guest Editors:

Scientific Editor: Peter W. Glynn
Managing Editor: Susan B. Colley

Vol. 69, No. 1, July 2001

This 50th Anniversary Special Issue of the Bulletin of
Marine Science is now available by order.  The nearly
300-page volume is comprised of 16 papers including:

* 3 studies focusing on temperature record comparisons
between the 1982-83 and 1997-98 ENSO events, including
satellite and in situ sources and a comparison of
coral bleaching thresholds.

* 7 studies examining 1997-98 warming effects on
corals and coral reefs at several locations in the
equatorial eastern Pacific, ranging from Ecuador to
Costa Rica including the Galápagos Islands.

* 3 studies of ENSO effects on corals in México.

* 2 modeling studies on reef carbonate budgets and
population dynamics of corals in upwelling and
nonupwelling environments.

* 2 papers dealing with responses of Panamanian corals
to experimentally elevated temperatures, comparing
upwelling and nonupwelling environments and branching
and massive coral species. 

* 1 study of the recruitment of larval fishes to Bajá
California and the Galápagos Islands.

Single copy, printed version, including shipping
charges (overseas by air mail)-$35.00 USD each.

CD versions of this 50th Anniversary Special Issue of
the Bulletin of Marine Science are $35.00 USD,
including shipping charges(overseas by air mail).

Orders must include format (CD or Print), number of
copies, and full mailing address of recipient.

Orders must include payment by check, institutional
purchase orders, credit cards or international money
orders made payable to the BULLETIN OF MARINE SCIENCE.

Mail orders with payment to:

Prof. Samuel C. Snedaker, Editor
Bulletin of Marine Science
Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science
4600 Rickenbacker Causeway
Miami, Florida 33149-1098

Any further questions should be directed to:

Prof. Samuel C. Snedaker, Editor
Bulletin of Marine Science
BMS at rsmas.miami.edu

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