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Alberta Fishes A Folding Guide to All Known Native and Introduced Species

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By: Sean M Rogers(Author), Matthew Morris(Author)
12 pages, colour illustrations
Publisher: Waterford Press
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Addressing all 70 of Alberta's native and introduced species, this guide combines simplicity and up-to-date research to make a great comprehensive reference for professionals and novices alike. It includes informative descriptions on key features of each fish, a watershed map, a key for fish identification, and notes on conservation status.

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Biography

Dr. Sean M. Rogers is a fish biologist and assistant professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Matthew Morris is a Vanier Scholar at the University of Calgary. His current research uses genomics techniques to study temperature adaptation in threespine stickleback.

Field / Identification Guide Identification Key
By: Sean M Rogers(Author), Matthew Morris(Author)
12 pages, colour illustrations
Publisher: Waterford Press
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