Environmental Biology of Fishes
Environmental Biology of Fishes is an international journal that publishes original studies on the ecology, life history, epigenetics, behavior, physiology, morphology, systematics and evolution of marine and freshwater fishes. Empirical and theoretical papers are published that deal with the relationship between fishes and their external and internal environment, whether natural or unnatural. The journal concentrates on papers that advance the scholarly understanding of life and draw on a variety of disciplines in reaching this understanding.
Environmental Biology of Fishes publishes original papers, review papers, brief communications, editorials, book reviews and special issues. Please see the tab Article Types in the journal's Instructions for Authors for more details and submission requirements. There are no page charges to publish in this journal.
How has the quality of bonefishing changed over the past 40 years? Using local ecological knowledge to quantitatively inform population declines in the South Florida flats fishery
Connectivity mediated by seasonal bonefish (Albula vulpes) migration between the Caribbean Sea and a tropical estuary of Belize and Mexico
Massive spawning behavior of the triplespine deepwater cardinalfish Sphyraenops bairdianus Poey, 1861 observed on an offshore sea mount in the West Mariana Ridge
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- Environmental Biology of Fishes
- Volume 1 / 1976 - Volume 101 / 2018
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- Springer Netherlands
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