SSB overfishing based on fishing mortality rate Stone crab management plan and

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SSB, overfishing based on fishing mortality rate Stone crab management plan and regulations Trawling effects Yellowfin tuna dolphin issues and solutions
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The Deep Ocean Continental Shelf Continental Slope Oceanic layers (figure on slide 2) Upwelling Longshore winds Ekman transport (Coreolis force) Seamounts Hermatypic, azooxanthellate corals Lophelia pertusa , symbiosis with Eunice norvegica kleptoparasitism Deep water fishing problems long-lived, slow-growing fishes not amenable to harvest Benthic trawling impacts to deep corals Hydrothermal vents Black smokers, white smokers, seeps Chemosynthetic bacteria Tube worms trophosome, obturacula Deep-water anglerfishes Ceratoidei Esca Illicium Ceratiidae parasitic males Bioluminescence produced by luciferin and oxygen, enhanced by luciferase Generated intrinsically or by symbiotic bacteria
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Tropical Forests Amphibian conservation Biosphere reserve core, buffer, and transition areas Buttresses Canopy layer Chytrid fungus Batrachchytrium dendrobatidis ( Db ) Chytridiomycosis CITES parties and appendices Ecosystem Service Value and Terrestrial Biodiversity map TRFs most important Emergent layer Endangered Species Act 1973 Epiphytes Global change drivers and: Ecosystem processes Biodiversity Ecosystem services Human well-being Hydroelectric development Itaipu and Belo Monte dams Lianas Tropical forest mining Native peoples Pygmies, Huli, Yanomami Oxisols Palm oil plantations Pit-viper Savannization Slash and burn agriculture Soybean production and cattle ranching in Brazil Stranglers Tropical forest characteristics, e.g., rainfall, elevation, temperature Tropical forest values: carbon sink increasing necromass climate buffering medicines biodiversity lumber harvest-associated problems soil stability food fuel Upesi stove Tropical forest harvesting sustainable?
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  • Fall '19
  • Deep Ocean, Dinoflagellates, Continental Slope

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