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Academic & Professional Books  Marine & Freshwater Biology  Fishes  Fishes: General

Fishes of the Middle Savannah River Basin: With Emphasis on the Savannah River Site

By: B Marcy
480 pages, 387 illus, 2 figs, 18 tabs, 100 maps
Fishes of the Middle Savannah River Basin: With Emphasis on the Savannah River Site
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  • Fishes of the Middle Savannah River Basin: With Emphasis on the Savannah River Site ISBN: 9780820325354 Hardback Mar 2005 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Featuring more than 200 colour photographs of species and habitats, this is the first comprehensive assessment of the fishes of the Middle Savannah River Basin (MSRB). Located along the Georgia-South Carolina border, the MSRB comprises the portion of the Savannah River drainage area located on the Upper Coastal Plain and edges of the Lower Coastal Plain. The book identifies and discusses 101 native and introduced species from 26 fish families - approximately 70 per cent of the native species in the entire Savannah River drainage area. Illustrated in colour with photographs and a local distribution map, each species account describes the fish's appearance, meristic features, size, biology, habitat, conservation status, similarities to other species, and geographic range. The book also discusses the Savannah River, tributary streams, reservoirs, and ponds from the 1950s to the present showing ecological changes, detailed habitat descriptions, and associated fish assemblages.

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Barton C. Marcy Jr. is a senior fellow scientist at the Westinghouse Savannah River Company. Dean E. Fletcher is a research coordinator at the Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL). F. Douglas Martin is a principal scientist at the Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL). Michael H. Paller is a fellow scientist at the SRNL and teaches biology at Augusta State University. Marcel J. M. Reichert is a research assistant professor in biological sciences at the University Of South Carolina and a fisheries biologist for the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources. David E. Scott is a researcher at the SREL.
By: B Marcy
480 pages, 387 illus, 2 figs, 18 tabs, 100 maps
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