Spatial and Temporal Variations of Biological Production in the Asia-Pacific Marginal Seas

Research Title .. : .. Spatial and Temporal Variations of Biological Production in the Asia-Pacific Marginal Seas.
Principal Investigator .. : .. Dr. Mohd Nadzri Bin Md Reba
Research Description .. : .. Long-term human activities are known to modify marine environment in the Asia-Pacific marginal seas bordered by the countries
.. .. whose total population comprise more than half of the world’s population. Climatic changes also modify marine environment. However, how marine biological production, which is supporting human life, responds to the aforementioned long-term changes has not been well documented. Understanding spatially long-term biological production changes that may be associated with climate changes and human activities, which is only feasible by using remote sensing, is fundamental to sound research and informed policy decision-making to address global change and ensure marine sustainable use development.
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