Series: Freshwater Biological Association Special Publications Volume: 7
Edited By: Michael Whitfield, Jack Matthews and Colin Reynolds
149 pages, Figs, tabs
Considers those aspects of life history that make aquatic organisms especially susceptible to (or adaptable to) changing environments , discussing the links between impacts on individuals and the consequent effects on populations and communities.
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