Biodiversidade e ecossistemas bentônicos marinhos do Litoral Norte de São Paulo, Sudeste do Brasil

Autores

Antonia Cecília Zacagnini Amaral (Org.)
Universidade Estadual de Campinas
Silvana Aparecida Henriques Nallin (Org.)
Universidade Estadual de Campinas

Palavras-chave:

Biodiversidade, Fauna betônica marinha, Ecossistemas

Sinopse

A publicação apresenta um inventário integrado da fauna associada aos substratos marinhos – os organismos bentônicos – no Litoral Norte paulista. Essa biota, altamente diversa e complexa, inclui organismos importantes nos ciclos biogeoquímicos dos mares e oceanos. O conteúdo é resultado do Projeto Temático “Biodiversidade bêntica marinha no Estado de São Paulo”, financiado pela FAPESP entre 2000 e 2005 e coordenado por Antonia Cecília Zacagnini Amaral, do Departamento de Zoologia do Instituto de Biologia da Universidade Estadual de Campinas (Unicamp).

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Biografia do Autor

Antonia Cecília Zacagnini Amaral (Org.), Universidade Estadual de Campinas

Formada em História Natural pela UNESP de São José do Rio Preto, realizou a Pós-Graduação no Instituto Oceanográfico da USP, onde obteve os títulos de Mestre e Doutor, além do pós-doutorado. Em 1980, ingressou junto ao Departamento de Zoologia no Instituto de Biologia da UNICAMP, onde é Professora Titular desde 1998. Desde o início de sua carreira tem trabalhado na área de Oceanografia Biológica, com biodiversidade da macrofauna bentônica marinha e zoologia e ecologia dos Annelida Polychaeta. Participou ativamente do desenvolvimento da Zoologia no Brasil, tendo colaborado com o Plano Nacional de Zoologia (PNZ-CNPq) e fez parte da diretoria da Sociedade Brasileira de Zoologia, por três mandatos consecutivos (1982-1988)

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Co-publisher's ISBN-13 (24)

978-85-85783-24-2

Date of first publication (11)

2011

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21cm x 14cm x 2cm