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Fishes in Lagoons and Estuaries in the Mediterranean, Volume 1 Diversity, Bioecology and Exploitation

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By: Mohamed Hichem Kara(Author), Jean-Pierre Quignard(Author)
Publisher: Wiley-ISTE
Fishes in Lagoons and Estuaries in the Mediterranean, Volume 1
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Lagoons and estuaries are transition spaces between earth and sea. Beyond their expanse, geographic repartition, geomorphological, hydroclimatic and ecobiological diversity and biodiversity, they play an important role in regional economies and are some of the ecosystems most vulnerable to global change.

Reinforced by numerous references, Fishes in Lagoons and Estuaries in the Mediterranean, Volume 1 studies Mediterranean lagoonal and estuarine fishes whose diversity largely depends on the composition of neighboring marine and continental ichtyofauna. The authors describe their morphological, biological, ecological and behavioral characteristics by evoking their distinctive features and differences with their marine or freshwater homologues. Their adaptation strategies, elucidated thanks to recent advances in morphology, genetics and molecular biology, are recognized as a major advantage in the context of climate change.

This book is for natural environment managers, engineers, teachers, students and researchers.

Contents

1. Mediterranean Lagoons and Estuaries
2. Ecology and Behavior
3. Biology and Genetics
4. Fisheries and Aquaculture
5. Anthropization and Climate Change

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By: Mohamed Hichem Kara(Author), Jean-Pierre Quignard(Author)
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