Table of contents for Marine metapopulations / editors, Jacob P. Kritzer, Peter F. Sale.

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CONTENTS
Foreword
Preface
About the Editors
Contributors
Introduction
1. The Merging of Metapopulation Theory and Marine Ecology: Establishing the Historical Context
	Peter F. Sale, Ilkka Hanski, and Jacob P. Kritzer 
Section I. Fishes
2. The Metapopulation Ecology of Coral Reef Fishes
 Jacob P. Kritzer and Peter F. Sale
3. Metapopulation Structure in Temperate Rock Reef Fishes
 Donald R. Gunderson and Russell D. Vetter
4. Estuarine and Diadromous Fish Metapopulations
 Cynthia M. Jones
 
Section II. Invertebrates
5. Metapopulation Dynamics of Hard Corals.
 Peter J. Mumby and Calvin Dytham
6. Population and Spatial Structure of Two Common Temperate Reef Herbivores: Abalone and Sea-Urchins
 Lance E. Morgan and Scoresby A. Shepherd
7. Rocky Intertidal Invertebrates: The Potential for Metapopulations Within and Among Shores
 Mark P. Johnson
8. Metapopulation Dynamics of Coastal Decapods
 Michael J. Fogarty and Louis W. Botsford
9. A Metapopulation Approach to Interpreting Diversity at Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Vents
	Michael Neubert, Lauren Mullineaux and M. Forrest Hill
Section III. Plants and algae
10. A Metapopulation Perspective on Patch Dynamics and Connectivity of Giant Kelp
Daniel Reed, Brian P. Kinlan, Peter T. Raimondi, Libe Washburn, Brian Gaylord and Patrick T. Drake
11. Seagrasses and the Metapopulation Concept: Developing a Regional Approach to the Study of Extinction, Colonization and Dispersal
			Susan S. Bell
Section IV. Perspectives
12. Conservation Dynamics of Marine Metapopulations with Dispersing Larvae
 Louis W. Botsford and Alan Hastings 
13. Genetic Approaches to Understanding Marine Metapopulation Dynamics
		Michael Hellberg
14. Metapopulation Dynamics and Community Ecology of Marine Systems.
			Ronald H. Karlson
15. Metapopulation Ecology and Marine Conservation
 Larry B. Crowder and Will F. Figueira
16. The Contributions of Marine Systems to Metapopulation Science
 Jacob P. Kritzer and Peter F. Sale
Index
Color plates can be found between pages X and X.

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Marine ecology.
Animal populations.