Mapping the Seafloor for Habitat Characterization

Books - Book
30 Nov 2006 -
Maps of habitat - in its simplest sense, where plants and animals live - are recognized as crucial knowledge that can be used for informed decision-making as we adapt to changing coastal and oceanic environments, and as we manage our use of this space. This volume of 35 conference papers provides the latest results of work on thematic maps linking acoustic mapping and geological sampling to marine biology for underpinning sustainable ocean management.
Author: Greene, H.G (eds)
Organizer: Geological Association of Canada
Location: St. Johnís, Newfoundland (Canada)