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Vol. 44, n.1, March 2003

Table of contents

Part A

F. Bianchi and F. Acri:
The Island of Pantelleria (Sicily Strait, Italy): towards the establishment of a marine protected area. First oceanographic investigations. // pp. 3-9
A. Bussani, M. Celio and C. Comici:
Climatological analysis (1991-2002) of the thermohaline characteristics in the Marine Reserve of Miramare (Gulf of Trieste) // pp. 11-17
S. Ciriaco, M. Marchesan, L. Verginella, E. Vinzi, E.A. Ferrero and M. Spoto :
Preliminary observations on the effects of artificial light on the marine environment, with special reference to three fish species of commercial value protected by Miramare Marine Reserve // pp. 19-26
M. Picciulin, M. Umani, M. Costantini, M. Spoto and E.A. Ferrero:
Acoustic tracking methods in the Natural Marine Reserve of Miramare: monitoring the movements of target species inside a marine protected area, a case study // pp. 27-32
M. Francese and D. Traldi:
First eco-toxicological survey in the Miramare Marine Reserve (Gulf of Trieste, Italy) // pp. 33-42
G. Zappalà and E. Crisafi:
New instruments for environment assessment and management: the SAM Coastal Monitoring Network // pp. 43-52
R. Codiglia, D. Viezzoli, F. Moro, T. Di Gaetano, F. Brunetti, N. Medeot and G. Falleti:
Continuous monitoring of directional wave spectra and meteo-marine data aimed at the modeling of coastal erosion in the north eastern Adriatic Sea // pp. 53-58
S. Fioravanti, F. de Strobel, V. Grandi, L. Gualdesi, R. Tyce and A. Carta:
Overview of the SACLANTCEN family of trawl-resistant ADCP: evolution from self-recording to real-time profiler configuration // pp. 59-67
A. Specchiulli, F. Spagnoli, F. Decembrini and A. Conversi:
The PIT AGEM Project: an example of integrated, continuous, and punctual coastal monitoring in the Gulf of Manfredonia, adjacent to the Gargano National Park // pp. 69-77
R. Nair, N. Medeot and P. Mansutti:
A systematic approach to routine data quality assurance in marine monitoring activity // pp. 79-84