World Meteorological Organization (WMO) ; Food and Agriculture Organization (Rome, Italia) ; United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization ; United Nations Environment Programme ; World Health Organization (Geneva, Switzerland) ; United Nations ; International Atomic Energy Agency (Vienna, Austria)Published by: UNEP ; 2001
Environmental processes are complex in nature. Interactions occur both within the biosphere and the abiotic environment and between them. Consequently, environmental problems are inextricably linked to, or influenced by, one another and do not recognise political boundaries. This is particularly the case for the problems of the marine environment. They cannot be remedied without taking into account the ecological interdependence of the oceans, the coastal areas and the freshwater systems associated with them...
Collection(s) and Series: GESAMP - Reports and Studies- No. 71
Format: Digital (Free), Hard copy