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Human impacts on marine ecosystems

Brander, K. and Botsford, L.W. and Ciannelli, L. and Fogarty, M.J. and Heath, M.R. and Planque, B. and Shannon, L.J. and Wieland, K. (2010) Human impacts on marine ecosystems. In: Marine Ecosystems and Global Change. Oxford University Press, pp. 41-71. ISBN 0199558027

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Marine Ecosystems and Global Change provides a detailed synthesis of the work conducted under the auspices of the Global Ocean Ecosystems Dynamics (GLOBEC) programme. This research spans two decades, and represents the largest, multi-disciplinary, international effort focused on understanding the impacts of external forcing on the structure and dynamics of global marine ecosystems.