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by Pierre Magnan,Céline Audet,Hélène Glémet,Michel Legault,Marco A. Rodríguez,Eric B. Taylor


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In: Magnan . Audet . Glémet . Legault . Rodríguez . eds) Ecology, behaviour and conservation of the charrs, genus Salvelinus. Developments in environmental biology of fishes, vol 22. Springer, Dordrecht.

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Salvelinus species are one of the most thoroughly studied groups of fishes. Developments in the ecology, evolution, and behaviour of the charrs, genus Salvelinus: relevance for their management and conservation. Magnan, Pierre (et a. Many reasons explain this intense interest in charr biology. Charrs have a Holarctic distribution encompassing many Asian, North American, and European countries and occupy diverse marine and freshwater environments.

Reprinted from Environmental biology offishes, Volume 64 (1-3), 2002 with addition of species and subject index. CONTENTS Prelude Developments in the ecology, evolution, and behaviour of the charrs, genus Sa/velinus: relevance for their management and conservation, by P. Magnan, C. Audet, H. Glemet, M. Legault, .

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ISBN-13: 978-1402007842 has been added to your Cart. First, charrs have a Holarctic distribution encompassing many Asian, North American, and European countries and occupy a diversity of aquatic environments, including both marine and freshwater habitats. A number of his drawings of various fish species have been published previously in Environmental Biology of Fishes (Vecsei 1997, Vecsei & Heaton 2001) and elsewhere. His most recent publication is dedicated to the sturgeons, the current ichthyological infatuation of his (Vecsei & Charette 2001).

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The Biology of Arctic Charr,Salvelinus Alpinus, of Gander Lake, A Large .

The Biology of Arctic Charr,Salvelinus Alpinus, of Gander Lake, A Large, Deep, Oligotrophic Lake in Newfoundland, Canada. Michael F. O'Connell, J. Brian Dempson. Journal: Environmental Biology of Fishes. Developments in the Ecology, Evolution, and Behaviour of the Charrs, GenusSalvelinus: Relevance for their Management and Conservation. Pierre Magnan, Céline Audet, Hélène Glémet, Michel Legault, Marco A. Rodríguez, Eric B. Taylor.

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Salvelinus species are one of the most thoroughly studied groups of fishes. Many reasons explain this intense interest in charr biology. Charrs have a Holarctic distribution encompassing many Asian, North American, and European countries and occupy diverse marine and freshwater environments. Furthermore, the current distribution of charr includes areas that were directly influenced by climate and topographic change associated with the many Pleistocene glaciations. Undoubtedly, these conditions have promoted much of the tremendous morphological, ecological, and genetic variability and plasticity within Salvelinus species and they make charr very good models to study evolutionary processes 'in action'. Many charr species also exhibit demographic characteristics such as slow growth, late maturity, and life in extreme environments, that may increase their susceptibility to extinction from habitat changes and overexploitation, especially in depauperate aquatic habitats. This vulnerability makes understanding their biology of great relevance to biodiversity and conservation. Finally, charr are of great cultural, commercial, and recreational significance to many communities, and their intimate linkage with human societies has stimulated much interest in this enigmatic genus. This volume comprises a selection of papers presented at the fourth International Charr Symposium held in Trois-Rivières (Québec, Canada), from 26 June to 1 July 2000. It includes 31 papers on ecological interactions and behaviour, trophic polymorphism, movement and migration, ecophysiology and evolutionary genetics, ecological parasitology, environmental stress and conservation. These studies cannot cover all recent developments in the ecology, behaviour and conservation of Salvelinus species, but collecting them into a special volume should bring attention to current research on this important genus and stimulate further work on Salvelinus species.
Ecology, behaviour and conservation of the charrs, genus Salvelinus (Developments in Environmental Biology of Fishes) download epub
Biological Sciences
Author: Pierre Magnan,Céline Audet,Hélène Glémet,Michel Legault,Marco A. Rodríguez,Eric B. Taylor
ISBN: 1402007841
Category: Science & Math
Subcategory: Biological Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; 2002 edition (July 31, 2002)
Pages: 360 pages