2 edition of Ecology of inland waters and estuaries. found in the catalog.
Ecology of inland waters and estuaries.
George K. Reid
|Series||Reinhold books in the biological sciences|
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|Pagination||xvi, 375 p. illus. ;|
|Number of Pages||375|
Written from an ecosystem perspective, this user-friendly and thorough book discusses, without the use of jargon, events that happen below the waterline of lakes, rivers, and wetlands and links them back to the attributers of the drainage basins, the overlying atmosphere and climate, which have a major impact on inland waters and their by: The Australian Freshwater Sciences Society (AFSS) The Australian Freshwater Sciences Society (AFSS) was established in as the Australian Society for Limnology, and is the peak scientific society for the study of the ecology and functioning of Australian inland waters. The Society has an active and engaged membership of scientists, policy.
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Such a study, drawing as it does from geology, hydrology, physics, chemistry, and biology, is obviously vast and complex. In order to appreciate so broad a field it is necessary to view a considerable body of basic.
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Dexter. Organisms in the environment --Protists and plants in inland waters and estuaries --The animal inhabitnts of inland waters and estuaries --Part V. Relationships of organisms and environment --Populaions in aquatic environments --Aquatic communities.
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Freshwater Fisheries Ecology defines what we have globally, what we are going to lose and mitigate for, and what, given the right tools, we can save. Combining background knowledge and practical tools, Handbook of Inland Aquatic Ecosystem Management gives you an overview of how to manage inland waters in a holistic manner.
It examines the problems that threaten aquatic inland water ecosystems and presents a set of toolboxes for solving them. The book focuses on lakes, reservoirs, ponds, rivers, wetlands, lagoons, and estuaries. Part Three: Ecology: fitting into your environment 11 High and low places 12 Streams, brooks and fast rivers 13 Slow rivers in an ancient land 14 Floodplains, billabongs and backwaters 15 Marshes and swamps 16 Freshwater lakes, lagoons and other dark waters 17 Estuaries, mangroves and saltmarshes 18 New opportunities: dams and other created Pages: Ecology and Management of Inland Waters: A Californian Perspective with Global Applications presents the geologic history and physical characteristics of aquatic ecology.
The author draws on his research from the inland waters of California and applies this to other areas, including Mediterranean climate systems, the tropics, and even South Edition: 1.