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Biology & Management of Coregonid Fishes

Coregonids (whitefish) are cold-water adapted fishes that are common throughout the Holarctic in North America, Europe and Asia.

They have evolved into a myriad of forms, subspecies and species during and after the Pleistocene glaciations. They are therefore rich subjects for the study of evolutionary problems. Coregonids support important commercial, subsistence and recreational fisheries and are the subject of significant aquaculture operations around the world.

Although coregonids are generally considered to be fairly adaptable to the pressures of exploitation, they do appear to be sensitive to changing environmental conditions such as eutrophication and a number of populations and species have been extirpated, usually by deteriorating environments coupled with the introduction of exotic species and by commercial exploitation.

We offer the current publications on coregonids, collectively a quarter century and more of detailed research.



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Biology of the Fishes in the Lago Maggiore : I. Coregonids (Coregonus Sp.), Berg, A. & E. Grimaldi
1 Berg, A. & E. Grimaldi Biology of the Fishes in the Lago Maggiore : I. Coregonids (Coregonus Sp.)
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1965. 26cm. Pp.32. 7 figures, tables. Binding : pdf / ebook.

Study on the biology of fish in the Lago Maggiore with the aim of collecting data as a basis for forecasting the possible interactions between these fish and the radioactivity present in the lake water. Investigations were carried out on various aspects of the two coregonids (Coregonus sp.) introduced and now living in the Lago Maggiore (northern Italy). The results presented are successively concerned with origin, morphological characteristics, feeding habits, annual and seasonal growth, fecundity and distribution. ebook, 3.41MB ; system requirements Acrobat 7 or above, Windows XP or above.

 
Price: 17.00 GBP
 
 
Advances in Fishery Biology - Biology, Exploitation, Rearing and Propagation of Coregonid Fishes, Proceedings of the symposium on coregonid fishes, held 2nd to 4th Oct. 1984 at Thonon (France), Dabrowski, Konrad & Alexis Champigneulle (editors)
2 Dabrowski, Konrad & Alexis Champigneulle (editors) Advances in Fishery Biology - Biology, Exploitation, Rearing and Propagation of Coregonid Fishes, Proceedings of the symposium on coregonid fishes, held 2nd to 4th Oct. 1984 at Thonon (France)
3510470206 / 9783510470204 New
 
1986. 24cm. Pp.vii,386. 136 figures, 109 tables. Paperback.

Advances in Fishery Biology - Biology, Exploitation, Rearing and Propagation of Coregonid Fishes presents 28 specialist papers and regional reviews including the topics of biology, physiology, biochemistry, exploitation and rearing.

 
Price: 80.00 GBP
 
 
Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes - 1996. Proceedings of the Sixth International Symposium on the Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes held in Konstanz, Germany September 23-26, 1996, Eckmann, Reiner; Alfred Appenzeller & Roland Rösch (editors)
3 Eckmann, Reiner; Alfred Appenzeller & Roland Rösch (editors) Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes - 1996. Proceedings of the Sixth International Symposium on the Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes held in Konstanz, Germany September 23-26, 1996
3510470524 / 9783510470525 New
 
1998. 24cm. Pp.xi,533. 207 figures, 93 tables, 1 appendix. Paperback.

Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes 1996 presents 54 specialist papers covering the biology, genetics, fisheries, stocking and management of coregonid fishes.

 
Price: 101.00 GBP
 
 
Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes - 2005. Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium on the Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes held in Olsztyn, Poland, 21-27 August 2005, Jankun, Malgorzata; Pawel Brzuzan, Poitr Hliwa & Miroslaw Luczynski (editors)
4 Jankun, Malgorzata; Pawel Brzuzan, Poitr Hliwa & Miroslaw Luczynski (editors) Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes - 2005. Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium on the Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes held in Olsztyn, Poland, 21-27 August 2005
3510470621 / 9783510470624 New
 
2007. 25cm. Pp.xiii,516. 158 figures, 74 tables, 2 appendices. Paperback.

Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes - 2005 contains 40 peer-reviewed contributions on current topics of coregonid research presented at the Ninth International Symposium on the Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes, held in August 2005, in Olsztyn, Poland. They cover all aspects of coregonid life and managment. The contributions can be grouped into five subject areas: genetics and evolution; biology, life history and population dynamics; invasive species; fisheries in Europe and fisheries in North America.

 
Price: 98.00 GBP
 
 
Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes - 1993. Proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on the Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes held in Olsztyn, Poland August 22-27, 1993, Luczynski, Miroslav (editor)
5 Luczynski, Miroslav (editor) Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes - 1993. Proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on the Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes held in Olsztyn, Poland August 22-27, 1993
3510470478 / 9783510470471 New
 
1995. 24cm. Pp.viii,485. 190 figures, 116 tables. Paperback.

Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes - 1993 contains the proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on the Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes. The objectives of the symposium were to address all aspects of biology, genetics, aquaculture and management of coregonid fishes, throughout their entire geographic range. The conference themes were: biology, life history and population dynamics; genetics and systematics; aquaculture; fisheries and fisheries management and human interventions.

 
Price: 89.00 GBP
 
 
Die Lachsartigen (Salmonidae), Neresheimer, E. & E.Wagler
6 Neresheimer, E. & E.Wagler Die Lachsartigen (Salmonidae)
New
 
Handbuch der Binnenfischerei Mitteleuropas, Bd.III, Lfg.5 & 6. 1937-1941. 2 volumes. 24cm. Pp.152; iv,132. 21 plates, 151 figures. Paperback.

Systematics and biology, part 2 deals with the coregonids. German text, Latin nomenclature

 
Price: 50.00 GBP
 
 
Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes - 2008., Tallmann, Ross F ; Kimberley L. Howland; Michael D. Rennie & Kenneth Mills (editors)
7 Tallmann, Ross F ; Kimberley L. Howland; Michael D. Rennie & Kenneth Mills (editors) Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes - 2008.
3510470656 / 9783510470655 New
 
2012. 26cm. Pp.viii, 559. 188 photos & figures, 76 tables, 2 appendices. Paperback.

Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes - 2008, Proceedings of the Tenth International Symposium on the Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes, Winnipeg, Canada presents data on whitefishes, from as far south as Utah and Georgia and as far north as 70 degrees latitude.

The papers cover a broad longitudinal range of countries including the United States, Russia, Austria, Finland, Norway, Canada, Germany, France, Switzerland and Poland. Like the first proceedings and the many that have followed, the topics range from basic ecology to behaviour, and from taxonomy to genetics.

Six major categories are covered : Several papers deal with habitat adaptation and distribution in time and space (Siberia; Lakes Michigan, Superior and Lake Mondsee, Austria). Another suite of papers is concerned with life history variation and migration in rivers and lakes (Yukon River, in Finland rivers, Lake Constance (Germany), Mackenzie River and its basin). The understanding of evolutionary genetics and systematics and the high ecological relevance of whitefishes is greatly enhanced by several papers (on Lake Baikal whitefish, Coregonus peled, Lake Mondsee Coregonids, fishes of the White Sea Kuloi Plateau, European whitefish, Lake Whitefish from Lake Huron, Lake Baikal fishes, east Siberian Coregonids, and on Great Slave Lake ciscoes). Several papers related to fisheries and stock assessment advance our knowledge on hatchery effects on wild recruitment, on changes in the Lake Superior fish community, on assessment of vendace in South Georgia, followed by a summary paper on 123 years of study of a small scale fishery, and on the effect of removals on larval abundance. Five papers enlarge our understanding of the impacts of multiple stressors such as climate change, industrial development and invasive species on Coregonids (on lake whitefish in Lake Michigan, Lake Erie and Lake Ontario, on climate change effects in Minnesota lakes, on the effects of ecosystem change in the Great Lakes, and on recovering whitefish stocks in the Detroit River). Finally, four important papers on issues in conservation and species at risk on Powan in Scotland, on endangered whitefish in Finland, on Coregonid fishes in Bear Lake, Utah and on the conservation of vendace in the United Kingdom round up this volume. Of note are the number of papers from the great lakes of the world which are presented.

 
Price: 114.00 GBP
 
 
Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes - 1999. Proceedings of the Seventh International Symposium on the Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes held in Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A., Todd, Thomas & Guy Fleischer (editors)
8 Todd, Thomas & Guy Fleischer (editors) Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes - 1999. Proceedings of the Seventh International Symposium on the Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes held in Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A.
3510470591 / 9783510470594 New
 
2002. 24cm. Pp.xiv,689. 60 figures, 142 tables, 2 appendices. Paperback.

Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes - 1999 presents the proceedings of the Seventh International Symposium on the Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes (ISBMCF). As in all six preceding symposia, the seventh meeting of the ISBMCF provided an international forum for the scientific review and discussion of the various taxonomic, biological, ecological, and management issues that surround this important group of Holarctic fishes. The collection of presentations for this conference was addressed in the following convened sessions: Genetics, Stocking, Fisheries, and Biology, as well as special sessions on Lake Baikal, Russia and Lake Femund, Norway.

 
Price: 148.00 GBP
 
 
Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes - 2011, Wanzenböck, Josef & Ian J. Winfield (editors)
9 Wanzenböck, Josef & Ian J. Winfield (editors) Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes - 2011
3510470664 / 9783510470662 New
 
2013. 26cm. Pp.ix, 376. 107 figures, 52 tables, 3 appendices. Softbound.

This volume provides a well-balanced overview of most of the contemporary research on coregonid fishes presented at the 11th Inter­national Symposium on the Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes, held September 26–30, 2011 in Mondsee, Austria. These symposia on the Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes have a long tradition. Since the first meeting took place in 1969, experts in coregonid biology have now met eleven times in Europe or North America.

This present volume is therefore the continuation of a long series of symposium proceedings, most of which have been published in Advances in Limnology. Within this context, the considerable advances that research has made over the years in understanding this fascinating group of teleost fishes are apparent in this volume.

Coregonid fishes are widely distributed across the northern hemisphere in an enormous variety of different forms. Many aspects of the biology of these fishes are similarly variable and are reflected in the first section of this volume. It begins with a topical review of population dynamics of whitefish in European Alpine lakes, includes several contributions related to fisheries and also embraces aspects such as migration behaviour, distribution and habitat, physiological performance, morphological variability, otoliths and cell morphology. The section contains contributions from eight countries, namely Germany, Canada, Estonia, Finland, Poland, Russia, Sweden and the USA.

The second section is devoted to evolutionary ecology and genetics. Six articles from Austria, Latvia, Norway, Russia and the USA give a timely overview of current research on the differentiation of populations, hybridisation, genetic variability and diversity.

Some populations and habitats of coregonids are endangered by the excessive exploitation and pollution of freshwater ecosystems. Even protected areas run the risk of being affected by climate change and its consequences and these issues are the focus of the third section on conservation. It comprises five articles from the UK, the USA and Norway.

The present volume continues with the original, integrative idea which formed the basis of the first symposium held in 1969, i.e. to provide an open and encouraging forum for researchers working on this remarkable group of fishes, to bring them together and to promote exchange across all sorts of boundaries. By doing so, it provides new impetus for the continuing research into coregonid as well as general fish biology.

 
Price: 96.00 GBP
 

 


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