Ocean's End: Travels through Endangered Seas

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Index
Abkhazia, 5
Abyssal depths, 31, 39, 41, 213, 230
Acid rain, 14
Addington, Larry, 133
Adriatic Sea, 25, 47
AEC (Atomic Energy Commission), 178
Aegean Sea, 10, 25
Africa, 27, 160-161, 237
Lake Victoria, 27
Nigeria, 175
Agriculture, 46, 233, 236
and the Black Sea, 13, 18-19
and the Gulf Coast Dead Zone, 105, 107-110
in Iowa, 107-108
and tile drainage, 108-110, 120
Ailinginae Atoll (Marshall Islands), 178
Alabama, 101, 102, 126
Alaska, 42, 43, 51, 52, 231, 252
Algae in Antarctica, 214, 217
and Belize coastal waters, 152, 154-156, 161
and the Black Sea, 16, 20-23, 46
blooms, 16, 20, 22-23, 46, 235, 242
dinoflagelletes, 20-21, 37
and New Brunswick coastal waters, 242
and Newfoundland coastal waters, 89
zooxanthelae, 154-156
Allied Signal, 99
Alvin submarine, 41
Ambergris Caye ( Belize), 132-133, 140-142, 145-146, 235
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 112-117, 120, 123
Ammonia parkinsoniana protozoan, 105
Anchovies, 11, 21
Andrade, Vlademar, 140
Antarctica, xiv, 39, 190-224, 253
classification of, as an LME, 253
and the EEZ (Exclusive Economic Zone), 230
and global warming, 52-54, 193, 195, 200-205, 210-216, 223-224, 245-246
Antarctic Peninsula Filchner Station, 200
James Ross Island, 198-199
Larsen-A Ice Shelf, 197-201
Larsen-B Ice Shelf, 198-201
map of, 190
Marambio Station, 198
Palmer Station, 191-196, 208-212, 217-221
Pine Island glacier, 202-203
Ronne Ice Shelf, 199, 201, 202
Ross Sea, 201-202

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