- Coverage on more than 180 European rivers- Summarizes biological, ecological and biodiversity characteristics- Provides conservation managers with information to resolve conflicts between recreational use of rivers, their use as a water supply, and the need to conserve natural habitats- Data on river hydrology (maximum , minimum and average flow rates), seasonal variation in water flow- Numerous full-color photographs- Information on the underlying geology and its affect on river behaviour
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1. General Overview
2. Volga River Basin
3. Danube River Basin
4. Iberian Rivers
5. Continental Atlantic Rivers
6. Rhine River Basin
7. Rhone River Basin
8. Rivers of the Fenno-Scandinavian Shield
9. Arctic Rivers
10. British and Irish Rivers
11. Rivers of the Balkan
12. Italian Rivers
13. Western Steppic Rivers
14. Rivers of the Central Highlands and
15. Rivers of the Boreal Uplands
16. Baltic and Eastern Continental Rivers
17. Rivers of Anatolia and the Caucasus
18. Ural River Basin
Professor Tockner received a PhD from the University of Vienna (1993) and a Titulary Professorship at ETH (2005). He has special expertise on freshwater biodiversity, ecosystem functioning, and river and wetland restoration and management. He is Co-Editor of the journal Aquatic Sciences and Subject Editor of the journal Ecosystems. He has published more than 200 scientific papers including 120 ISI papers. In 2009, he edited a comprehensive book on European rivers (Rivers of Europe, Elsevier). Klement Tockner has successfully managed large inter- and transdisciplinary projects such as the EC-funded project BioFresh and te Freshwater Infromation Platform (http://www.freshwaterplatform.eu/). He is member of several scientific committees and advisory boards, and elected member of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and the Germany Academy of Sciences, Leopoldina.
Robinson, Christopher T.