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By P. Viaroli, P. Lasserre, P. Campostrini

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This interdisciplinary quantity comprehensively experiences fresh advancements in wetland technology and worldwide switch. the purpose is to spot gaps, difficulties and successes within the integration of clinical matters into lagoon and coastal wetland administration. the most important energy of this quantity is that it integrates a number of fields of analysis together with climatology, hydrology, geomorphology, ecology and biology.

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However, if the overall deltaic system is considered, it should be possible to design a management policy where the disappearance of some wetlands will be compensated by the appearance/creation of new ones. Acknowledgements This work was partially done in the framework of the FLOODsite project, funded by the European Commission under Contract No. GOCE-CT2004-505420. The third author would like to thank the government of Catalonia for its support through the University Research Promotion Award for Young Researchers.

Shields, K. S. Reece, P. L. Mason, L. W. Haas & C. C. Walker, 2002. Pfiesteria shumwayae kills fish by micropredation not exotoxin secretion. Nature 418: 967–970. Whitehead, J. , T. C. Haab & G. R. Parsons, 2003. Economic effects of Pfiesteria. Ocean & Coastal Management 46: 845–858. Yanagi, T. -P. Ducrotoy, 2003. Toward coastal zone management that ensures coexistence between people and nature in the 21st century. Marine Pollution Bulletin 47: 1–4. V. 2007 Abstract ‘Venice is sinking while the sea level is rising’ is a common statement in issues concerning the future of the Venice lagoon.

In the reported field fish kill data, there’s no apparent gradient between the number of fish killed and the exposure density and duration to P. piscicida. There is no consensus about the mechanism of P. piscicida killing fish yet. One possible mechanism is toxin release. , 2001) and it has been demonstrated to be present in extracts from P. piscicida strain (Burkholder & Glasgow, 2002). , 2002). The relationship between P. piscicida and fish kills is coherent with the generally accepted knowledge that extensive algal blooms can cause fish death, though the mechanisms vary.

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