Fishes in Estuaries

  • ID: 2181693
  • Book
  • 656 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Estuaries provide vital ecosystems for many species of fish to breed, grow, feed and migrate. In particular, these habitats are important relating to fish species that are taken commercially whilst either in the estuary, or in marine or freshwater areas at other stages of their life cycle.

In addition, estuarine habitats are amongst the most threatened environments and are subject to many human impacts, for example the building of barriers, the input of pollutants, dredging for navigation and land claim for building or agriculture.

This important title encompasses the work of many internationally recognised experts in the area, providing a comprehensive book that covers in detail the biology and exploitation of estuarine fishes and their habitats.

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Introduction.

Description Of Habitats.

Recruitment Processes Of Commercial Spp. To Estuaries And Associated Habitats.

Feeding And Trophic Interactions.

Rare And Endangered Species.

Estuarine Development/Habitat Loss.

Environmental Quality Of Estuaries.

Field Methods.

Data Analysis And Interpretation.

Summary

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Mike Elliott
Krystal L. Hemingway
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