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Towards a Theory of the Functioning of Aquatic Ecosystems

By: A.F. Alimov
130 pages, 54 Figs, 23 tabs
Publisher: Backhuys
Towards a Theory of the Functioning of Aquatic Ecosystems
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Presents the major elements of aquatic ecosystem function theory in terms of quantitative parameters. Presenting his ideas on aquatic ecosystem function theory, Alimov has taken into account the achievements of the theory of the biological productivity of water-bodies, using a structural-functional approach, and balance and energy principles in the study of aquatic ecosystems.

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By: A.F. Alimov
130 pages, 54 Figs, 23 tabs
Publisher: Backhuys
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