Tropical Estuarine Fishes
Research on the large array of tropical estuarine fishes has increased markedly in
recent years and hence scientific knowledge about most aspects of these important
fishes' biology and ecology is now catching up with that of their temperate equivalents.
This landmark book draws together a
vast wealth of information on tropical estuarine fishes and provides a vital reference
point for all aspects of their study.
Paperback 384 pp ISBN 9780632056552
The book's comprehensive contents include thorough coverage of the types and distribution
of these fishes, their diversity and the environmental conditions and communities in which they live.
Full details of their biology and ecology are an integral part of this book, as are details of these
fishes' dependence on estuaries, man's interaction with the estuarine fish community and the
conservation of estuarine species and the often threatened habitats upon which they depend.
Readership should include: fish biologists; fisheries scientists; aquatic scientists including those
concerned with brackish, marine and freshwater environments; ecologists; environmental scientists
and population biologists. Students studying for qualifications in fish biology and fisheries, particularly
where there is a tropical element to their course will find this book of great value as a reference.
Copies of the book should be available on the shelves of all libraries in research establishments
and universities where biological sciences, fish biology, fisheries science or aquatic sciences are
studied and taught.
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