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The best thing I found about this book was the explanation of basic concepts of aquatic parameters and behaviors. Special Features of Aquatic Habitats 4.
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Set up a giveaway. Other editions – View all Limnoecology: Designed to be used in both fields with equal lakss this book covers all the key issues of limnology while the structure and underlying concepts are those found in ecology. Learn more about Amazon Prime. The final chapter critically assesses the role of ecology as a scientific discipline in the present societal context.
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The summation of these editing and content errors have made the book’s content less accessible, frustrating, and could occasionally lead students to false conclusions. Finally, I really love the problems at the end of each chapter.
The authors provide a plethora of examples, many of which originate from their own research and research conducted by their associates and collaborators. A second, revised German limnoeclogy was released in Go to British Wildlife. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Accordingly, the selection of case studies focuses on the central European experience and is biased towards lake plankton.
Some ecosystem perspectives Chapter 8including man-made alterations and threats, round off the ecological play.