Staff View for: Fundamentals of aquatic ecology

 Staff view

You must be logged in to Tag Records

Fundamentals of aquatic ecology [electronic resource].

Book Cover
Main Author: Barnes, R. S. K.
Other Names: Mann, K. . H.
Published: Chichester : John Wiley & Sons, 2009.
Edition: 2nd ed.
Genres: Electronic books.
Online Access: Wiley Online Library - Full text
Tags: Add

Spaces will separate tags.
Use quotes for multi-word tags.

000 02578cam a2200385Mu 4500
001 6463388
003 UIUdb
005 20130927164955.0
006 m o d
007 cr n||||||||||
008 100427s2009 xx o 000 0 eng d
019 |a428032181|a466445282
020 |a9781444314106 (electronic bk.)
020 |a1444314106 (electronic bk.)
035 |a(OCoLC)ocn609843850
049 |aUIUU|oskip
050 4|aQH541.5.W3
082 04|a574.5263
100 1 |aBarnes, R. S. K.
245 10|aFundamentals of aquatic ecology|h[electronic resource].
250 |a2nd ed.
260 |aChichester :|bJohn Wiley & Sons,|c2009.
300 |a1 online resource (280 p.)
505 0 |aFundamentals of Aquatic Ecology; Contents; Contributors; Preface; PART 1: INTRODUCTION; 1: Organisms and Ecosystems; PART 2: AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS; 2: Ecology of Water Columns; 3: Ecology of Coastal Ecosystems; 4: Ecology of Deep-water Zones; 5: Lakes and Oceans as Functional Wholes; 6: Aquatic Ecosystems and Global Ecology; PART 3: AQUATIC INDIVIDUALS AND COMMUNITIES; 7: Community Organization in Marine and Freshwater Environments; 8: Reproduction, Life Histories and Dispersal; 9: Speciation and Biogeography; 10: Specialist Aquatic Feeding Mechanisms.
505 8 |aPART 4: HABITAT TYPES PECULIAR TO AQUATIC SYSTEMS11: Reefs; 12: Streams and Rivers: One-way Flow Systems; PART 5: HUMAN EFFECTS; 13: Impacts of Man's Activities on Aquatic Systems; Index.
520 |aFundamentals of Aquatic Ecology is a completely updated and revised edition of the earlier work, Fundamentals of Aquatic Ecosystems . The new edition has been re-titled to reflect the fact that the authors found that, from the modification exercise, a completely different and new book emerged. The new edition concentrates heavily of the fundamental features common to all aquatic systems, both marine and freshwater. This unique synthesis allows for the discussion of ecological processes comparatively, across environments. A general introduction is followed by discussion of various 'types' of a.
588 |aDescription based on print version record.
655 4|aElectronic books.
700 1 |aMann, K. . H.
776 1 |z9780632029839
856 40|3Wiley Online Library - Full text|u|xUIU
938 |aEBL - Ebook Library|bEBLB|nEBL454357
938 |aBaker and Taylor|bBTCP|nBK0008498525
994 |aC0|bUIU

Staff View for: Fundamentals of aquatic ecology