Inland Water Biology
Inland Water Biology is the only journal covering fundamental research into all trophic levels of aquatic organisms: from viruses to fishes and aquatic mammals. These results are useful in comparative analysis of ecosystem function in different Earth regions.
Contents include the appearance and development of a biota in newly created manmade water reservoirs; the impact of zoogenic factors on the structure and functioning of aquatic ecosystems; and the role of small rivers in forming hydrobiological characteristics of recipient water reservoirs, and faunogenesis. Inland Water Biology benefits researchers studying all life forms in lakes, dam ponds and reservoirs, ponds, inner seas and rivers. It will also interest environmental officials and regulators, and graduate and post-graduate students in biology, ecology and geography. The journal partners with academics conducting research in its topical areas, and managers designing and supervising protection and rational use of water resources.
Diurnal Dynamics of Activity of Peptidases at Early Ontogenesis of Bleak Alburnus alburnus (L.) from Coastal Shallows of the Rybinsk Reservoir
Expansion of the Range of the Black Sea Snail Lithoglyphus naticoides (C. Pfieffer, 1828) (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Lithoglyphidae) and Associated Trematode Species in the Upper Volga Basin
Turbellarian Worm Castrada papii Luther, 1963 (Turbellaria, Typhloplanidae) First Found in Fauna of Russia
Ye. M. Korgina (April 2018)
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