Table of contents for Handbook of ecological indicators for assessment of ecosystem health / edited by Sven E. J²rgensen, Robert Costanza, Fu-Liu Xu.

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Chapter 1	Introduction
Chapter 2	Application of Indicators for the Assessment of Ecosystem Health
J¯rgensen, Xu
Chapter 3	Application of Ecological Indicators to Assess Environmental Quality in Coastal Zones and Transitional Waters: Two Case Studies
Marques, Salas, PatrÌcio, Pardal
Chapter 4	Development and application of ecosystem health indicators in the North American Great Lakes Basin
Shear, Bertram, Forst, Horvatin
Chapter 5	Application of Ecological and Thermodynamic Indicators for the Assessment of Ecosystem Health of Lakes
Chapter 6	Ecosystem Health Assessment and Bioeconomic Analysis in Coastal Lagoons 
ZaldÌvar, Austoni, Plus, De Leo, Giordani, Viaroli
Chapter 7	Application of Ecological and Thermodynamic Indicators for the Assessment of Ecosystem Health of Coastal Areas
Chapter 8	Application of ecological indicators for assessing health of marine ecosystems
Christensen, Cury
Chapter 9	Using ecological indicators in a whole-ecosystem wetland experiment
Mitsch, Wang, Zhang, Deal, Wu, Zuwerink
Chapter 10	The Joint Use of Exergy and Emergy as Indicators of Ecosystems Performances
Bastianoni, Marchettini, Pulselli, Rosini
Chapter 11	Application of Thermodynamic Indices to Agro-Ecosystems
Chapter 12	Ecosystem indicators for the integrated management of landscape health and integrity
Chapter 13	Multi-Scale Resilience Estimates For Health Assessment of Real Habitats in a Landscape
Zurlini, Zaccarelli, Petrosillo
Chapter 14	Emergy, Transformity, and Ecosystem Health
Brown, Ulgiati 
Chapter 15	Mass Accounting and Mass-Based Indicators
Bargigli, Raugei, Ulgiati
Chapter 16	The Health of Ecosystems: the Ythan Estuary Case Study
Raffaelli, White, Renwick, Smart, Perrings 
Chapter 17	Assessing Marine Ecosystem Health - Concepts and Indicators, with Reference to the Bay of Fundy and Gulf of Maine, North-West Atlantic
P.G. Wells

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Ecosystem health.
Environmental indicators.