Allen, Larry G., Daniel J. Pondella, II, and Michael H. Horn (editors)
Title The Ecology of Marine Fishes, California and Adjacent Waters
0520246535 / 9780520246539
Inventory number 003287
2006. 28cm. Pp.705. 125 colour illustrations, 65 BW photographs, 130 line illustrations. Hardbound.
Marine fishes have been intensively studied, and some of the fundamental ideas in the science of marine ecology have emerged from the body of knowledge derived from this diverse group of organisms.
The Ecology of Marine Fishes, California and Adjacent Waters provides the first-ever synthesis and interpretation of the large, often daunting, body of information on the ecology of marine fishes. The focus is on the fauna of the eastern Pacific, especially the fishes of the California coast, a group among the most diverse and best studied of all marine ecosystems.
A generously illustrated and comprehensive source of information, this volume will also be an important launching pad for future research and will shed new light on the study of marine fish ecology worldwide. The contributors touch on many fields in biology, including physiology, development, genetics, behaviour, ecology, and evolution. The book includes sections on the history of research, both published and unpublished data, sections on collecting techniques, and references to important earlier studies.
9780520246539. The Ecology of Marine Fishes, California and Adjacent Waters