The Inland Water Fishes of Africa. Diversity, Ecology and Human Use

By: Paugy, D., C. Leveque & O. Otero (editors)

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2017. 26cm. Pp.678. Photos, figures, maps. Softbound.

Summarizes the current state of knowledge on African fishes and their populations, highlighting the mechanisms regulating their equilibrium and the causes contributing to their erosion.

Covers the diversity of environments, the origin and evolution of species, survival and adaptive strategies, the structure of fish communities, and the impact of human activity. It also devotes a section to fisheries and fish culture.

It is a reference not just for readers involved in African aquatic environments, but for anyone interested in biodiversity conservation in general.

Title: The Inland Water Fishes of Africa. Diversity, Ecology and Human Use

Author: Paugy, D., C. Leveque & O. Otero (editors)

Categories: Freshwater Fishes,

ISBN: 9789492669100

Condition: New

Inventory number: 979825

Keywords: 9789492669100. The Inland Water Fishes of Africa