Ecology of marine bivalves : an ecosystem approach by Richard F. Dame
By Richard F. Dame
Exploring the capability use of bivalves as symptoms and displays of environment healthiness, this publication describes stay and computing device simulated experiments, mesocosm reviews, and box manipulation experiments. This moment version discusses significant new advancements, together with section shifts in lots of coastal and estuarine ecosystems ruled by way of suspension-feeding bivalves, the invasion or advent of alien bivalve species, the fast development of environmental recovery excited by bivalves, and the exam of geological historical past with reference to worldwide weather switch and its effect on bivalve-dominated systems.
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