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Coastal Fishes Habitat, Behavior & Conservation

By: Edward K Martinez(Editor)
Coastal Fishes
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  • Coastal Fishes ISBN: 9781536100112 Hardback Dec 2016 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Coasts are dynamic places with interactions between, land, sea, rivers and atmosphere and serve many important socio-economic functions. Being the interface between the land and the ocean, coastal areas are affected by highly dynamic processes. Coastal spaces also support unique and especially fragile ecosystems, being areas of great environmental and aesthetic value. This book discusses habitats, behaviour and the conservation of coastal fishes.



Chapter 1 pp. 1-62.
Artificial Recruitment in Coastal Zone Management
(Dimitris Klaoudatos, Alexios Conides, Spyros Klaoudatos, Hellenic Centre for Marine Research, Institute of Marine Biological Resources and Inland Waters, Athens-Sounio, Mavro Lithari, Anavissos, Attica, Greece, and others)

Chapter 2 pp. 63-114.
Gobiidae species in Black Sea estuaries and Bays: Biodiversity, Health Status and Conservation
(Rudneva I.I., Boltachev A.R., Karpova E.P., Kovyrshina T.B., Skuratovskaya E.N., Chesnokova I.I., Kovalevsky Institute of Marine Biological Research RAS, Nahimov av., Sevastopol, Russia)

Chapter 3 pp. 115-162.
Functional Diversity of Fishes Associated with the Shrimp Fisheries in the Mexican Pacific
(D.S. Palacios-Salgado, V.H. Cruz-Escalona, M. Zetina-Rejón, F. Arreguín-Sánchez, J.T. Nieto-Navarro and J. Granados-Amores, Escuela Nacional de Ingeniería Pesquera, Colección ictiológica (ENIP-UAN), San Blas, Nayarit. México, and others)

Chapter 4 pp. 163-192.
Acanthotoxic (Venomous) Fishes from the Coastal Area of Iraq, North-West Arabian Gulf-Some Notes on the Injuries that they cause to Locals
(Laith A. Jawad, Flat Bush, Manukau, Auckland, New Zealand)

Chapter 5 pp. 193-218.
Coastal Area of Iraq: An Appraisal of the Fish Biodiversity, Functioning, Threats and Conservation Management
(Laith A. Jawad, Flat Bush, Manukau, Auckland, New Zealand)

Chapter 6 pp. 219-236.
Coastal Fishes of Iraq: A Potential Clupeotoxin and Scombrotoxin Contributors
(Laith A. Jawad, Flat Bush, Manukau, Auckland, New Zealand)

Chapter 7 pp. 237-248.
Penetrating Injury Incidences Caused by Needlefish Species in the Coastal Area of Iraq, North-West Arabian Gulf
(Laith A. Jawad, Flat Bush, Manukau, Auckland, New Zealand)

Chapter 8 pp. 249-264.
Fishing Gear: Losses and Causes in the Artisanal Fisheries of the Coastal Area of Iraq, North West Arabian Gulf
(Laith A. Jawad, Flat Bush, Manukau, Auckland, New Zealand)


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