By: Gerry Closs, Andrew Boulton and Barbara Downes
221 pages, Illus, figs, tabs
Student textbook introducing the key concepts in freshwater ecology, covering scientific methods and processes and addressing key ecological questions. Also contains illustrations from a number of international case histories.
...Freshwater Ecology is a readable and well though out introductory text suitable for a non-major course in freshwater ecology...It clearly fills a void in the array of freshwater ecology texts and will undoubtedly be well received by students as a primary introduction to the fascinating world of freshwater ecological research. Hydrobiologia "At first blush, this is a refreshingly new book about basic freshwater ecology. It is clearly written, thoughtfully well organized, and covers virtually all the topics I would want introduced to a budding freshwater biologist...I enjoyed reading this book and I think it should be required reading for every college senior and every new graduate student in the aquatic arena." Journal of the North American Benthological Society "This book is an important contribution to the literature and can be strongly recommended to anyone starting out on a study of freshwater biology." African Journal of Aquatic Science
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