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Lake Prespa, Northwestern Greece

A Unique Balkan Wetland

  • Alain J. Crivelli
  • George Catsadorakis

Part of the Developments in Hydrobiology book series (DIHY, volume 122)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiii
  2. C. S. Kosmas, N. G. Danalatos, N. K. Moustakas
    Pages 21-33
  3. E. Michaloudi, M. Zarfdjian, P. S. Economidis
    Pages 77-94
  4. D. Petridis, A. Sinis
    Pages 95-105
  5. A. J. Crivelli, G. Catsadorakis, M. Malakou, E. Rosecchi
    Pages 107-125
  6. Y. Ioannidis, D. Bousbouras
    Pages 135-142
  7. G. Catsadorakis
    Pages 143-155
  8. G. Catsadorakis, M. Malakou
    Pages 175-196

About this book

Introduction

Lakes in the Balkans are numerous, but few of them have been studied, and even fewer on a long-term basis. This book is the first on a lake of the Balkans since the monograph on Lake Ohrid (1956). It is a synthesis of our present knowledge on the ecology and functioning of the lake and its resources, with an emphasis on its endemism and on the management needed to preserve its unique fauna and flora. It also contains original long-term studies on pelicans and fish. The target readership is well-educated lay people, conservationists (especially birdwatchers) and wetland scientists.

Keywords

Fauna Flora Meadow ecology hydrology phytoplankton plankton vegetation wetland

Editors and affiliations

  • Alain J. Crivelli
    • 1
  • George Catsadorakis
    • 2
  1. 1.Station biologique de la Tour du ValatArlesFrance
  2. 2.Society for the Protection of PrespaAgios GermanosGreece

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