By: Katsumi Suzuki (Author), Jirō Nishi Minamoto (Author)
517 pages, illustrations
Aquaria are a big attraction. They not only offer holidaymakers the opportunity of lifelong learning, but can also be a nucleus of regional development, and function as wildlife conservation sites. They have a utilitarian value with a wide range of social roles. What is an aquarium? And how do you manage it? This book monograph presents the latest findings, both from the logical academic side and the practical academic side.
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