By K.H. Mann, J.R.N. Lazier(auth.)
The recent variation of this extensively revered textual content presents complete and up to date assurance of the consequences of biological–physical interactions within the oceans from the microscopic to the worldwide scale.
Chapter 1 Marine Ecology Comes of Age (pages 1–6): K.H. Mann and J.R.N. Lazier
Chapter 2 Biology and Boundary Layers (pages 7–67): K.H. Mann and J.R.N. Lazier
Chapter three Vertical constitution of the Open Ocean: Biology of the combined Layer (pages 68–117): K.H. Mann and J.R.N. Lazier
Chapter four Vertical constitution in Coastal Waters: Freshwater Run?Off and Tidal blending (pages 118–161): K.H. Mann and J.R.N. Lazier
Chapter five Vertical constitution in Coastal Waters: Coastal Upwelling areas (pages 163–215): K.H. Mann and J.R.N. Lazier
Chapter 6 Fronts in Coastal Waters (pages 216–253): K.H. Mann and J.R.N. Lazier
Chapter 7 Tides, Tidal blending, and inner Waves (pages 254–284): K.H. Mann and J.R.N. Lazier
Chapter eight Ocean Basin movement: The Biology of significant Currents, Gyres, earrings, and Eddies (pages 285–336): K.H. Mann and J.R.N. Lazier
Chapter nine Variability in Ocean circulate: Its organic outcomes (pages 337–389): K.H. Mann and J.R.N. Lazier
Chapter 10 The Oceans and worldwide weather swap: actual and organic elements (pages 390–422): K.H. Mann and J.R.N. Lazier
Chapter eleven Questions for the long run (pages 423–440): K.H. Mann and J.R.N. Lazier
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Howarth’s group considered that, at the levels of turbulence used, anoxic microzones could not possibly have persisted on the surfaces of the cyanobacteria. In the past, anoxic microzones have been considered essential to nitrogen fixation by these organisms, and the inhibition of these zones by higher turbulence in coastal waters has been given as an explanation of the lower rates of N fixation as compared with lakes. This idea is no longer tenable. In general it seems that turbulence stimulates the growth of many kinds of phytoplankton, but inhibits the growth of dinoflagellate populations.
6 × 10−6 s, travelling only 10−4 µm. It is rather like a human swimming in a pool of molasses and forbidden to move any part of the body faster than 1 cm min−1. One consequence of this situation is that jet propulsion just does not work: it relies on inertial forces. A scallop-like animal at this scale would just expel the liquid as it closed its shell and take it in again on opening, getting nowhere in the process. The mechanisms that work best under these conditions are the “flexible oar” (cilium) and the “corkscrew” (flagellum pointing forward) (Purcell 1977).
Nevertheless, the growth rate increased 25–40%. For the flagellate Brachiomonas submarina, the higher level of turbulence resulted in a 60% increase in its growth rate. Increase in turbulence may have affected the levels of light experienced by the cells and may have contributed to the results. The same type of apparatus was used by Howarth et al. (1993) to test the effect of turbulence on the nitrogen-fixing activity of heterocystic cyanobacteria. Although they used turbulence levels greater than those normally encountered in lakes or coastal waters (except perhaps in surf zones), no inhibition of nitrogen fixation was found.
Dynamics of Marine Ecosystems, Third Edition by K.H. Mann, J.R.N. Lazier(auth.)