Ecology, Exploitation and Management.
11. August 2005 - gebunden - 352 Seiten
The book provides an international review of periphyton ecology, exploitation and management. Theecology part focuses on periphyton structure and function in natural systems. This book will help scientists and entrepreneurs further understand the ecology andproduction of aquatic systems and venture into new and promising areas.
Periphyton and Aquatic Production: an Introduction, M E Azim, Saitama University, Japan, M C M Beveridge, FRS Freshwater Laboratory, Scotland, UK, A A van Dam, UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, The Netherlands and M C J Verdegem, Wageningen University, The Netherlands; ECOLOGY; Periphyton Structure, Diversity and Colonization, M E Azim and T Asaeda, Saitama University, Japan; Periphyton Dynamics and Influencing Factors, J E Vermaat, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Periphyton in the Aquatic Ecosystem and Food Webs, R G Wetzel, University of North Carolina, USA; Periphyton in Freshwater Lakes and Wetlands, L G Goldsborough, University of Manitoba, Canada, R L McDougal, Ducks Unlimited Canada, Canada and A K North, Red River Basin Commission, Canada; EXPLOITATION; Utilization of Periphyton for Fish Production in Ponds: a Systems Ecology Perspective, A A van Dam and M C J Verdegem; Adaptations to Feeding in Herbivorous Fish (Cyprinidae and Cichlidae), F A Sibbing, Wageningen University. The Netherlands and F Witte, Leiden University, The Netherlands; Traditional Brush Park Fisheries in Natural Waters, R L Welcomme. Imperial College of Science, Technology and Engineering, London, UK; Periphyton (Biofilms) as Biological indicators in Managed Aquatic Ecosystems, S Sabater, University of Girona, Spain and W Admiraal, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands; MANAGEMENT; Effect of Periphyton on Water Quality, A Milstein, Agriculture Research Organization (ARO), Israel; Similarities between Microbial and Periphytic Biofilms in Aquaculture Systems, M C J Verdegem, E H Eding, V Sereti, R N Munubi, R A Santacruz-Reyes, Wageningen University, The Netherlands, and A A van Dam; Periphyton-based Pond Polyculture, M E Azim and M A Wahab, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Bangladesh; Research on Periphyton-based Aquaculture in India, P Keshavanath and B Gangadhar, University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore, India; Periphyton-based Cage Aquaculture, S M H Huchette, University of Melbourne, Australia and M C M Beveridge; Utility of Added Substrates in Shrimp Culture, J H Tidwell, Kentucky State University, USA and D Bratvoid, University of Georgia, USA; Importance of Periphyton in Abalone Culture, T Kawamura, University of Tokyo, Japan, R D Roberts, Cawthron Institute, New Zealand and H Takami, Tohoku National Fisheries Research Institute, Japan; Periphyton-based Aquaculture in Asia: Livelihoods and Sustainability, S W Bunting, M Karim, University of Stirling, Scotland, UK and M A Wahab; Periphyton Ecology, Exploitation and Management: Knowledge Gaps and Directions for Future Research, M C J Verdegem, A A van Dam, M E Azim and M C M Beveridge.