Aquatic Biodiversity II

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-3745-0 (Print) 978-1-4020-4111-2 (Online)

Table of contents (32 chapters)

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    The study of biodiversity in freshwater habitats: societal relevance and suggestions for priorities in science policy

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    Pages 11-14

    Biodiversity: a resource with a monetary value?

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    Pages 15-17

    Linking science and policy for biodiversity

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    Pages 19-21

    Relevance and policy dimensions of research on biodiversity in freshwater ecosystems: a developing country perspective

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    Pages 23-26

    Conservation of freshwater biodiversity: does the real world meet scientific dreams?

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    Pages 27-31

    Taxonomy and systematics in biodiversity research

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    Pages 33-34

    Future priorities in science policy for biodiversity studies: a comment on the target review by Luc De Meester and Steven Declerck

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    Pages 35-37

    Towards a coherent and high-quality science policy on biodiversity

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    Pages 39-67

    An assessment of animal species diversity in continental waters

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    Pages 69-75

    Does inland aquatic biodiversity have a future in Asian developing countries?

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    Pages 77-93

    Recovery in diversity of fish and invertebrate communities following remediation of a polluted stream: investigating causal relationships

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    Pages 95-102

    Ecological remarks on Mastigodiaptomus nesus Bowman, 1986 (Copepoda: Calanoida) in a Mexican karstic sinkhole

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    Pages 103-111

    Consumptive and non-consumptive effects of turbellarian (Mesostoma sp.) predation on anostracans

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    Pages 113-120

    Changes in functional biodiversity in an invaded freshwater ecosystem: the Moselle River

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    Pages 121-129

    The impact of stocking on the genetic structure of European grayling (Thymallus thymallus, Salmonidae) in two alpine rivers

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    Pages 131-136

    Connectivity and nestedness of the meta-community structure of moss dwelling bdelloid rotifers along a stream

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    Pages 137-150

    Implications of taxonomic modifications and alien species on biological water quality assessment as exemplified by the Belgian Biotic Index method

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    Pages 151-163

    A large-scale stream benthic diatom database

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    Pages 165-190

    A review on the present status and management of mangrove wetland habitat resources in Bangladesh with emphasis on mangrove fisheries and aquaculture

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    Pages 191-202

    Coexistence of two similar copepod species, Eudiaptomus gracilis and E. graciloides: the role of differential predator avoidance

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