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The Conservation of Aquatic Systems: Proceedings of a Seminar Held on 18-19 February 1993

by  Julian D. Reynolds
€ 10.00

Book Details

Published by Royal Irish Academy

January 1996

Paperback / softback

Number of pages: 194

ISBN: 9781874045229

This book features the proceedings of a seminar held in 1993. All papers have been subjected to peer review and are arranged under four sections: Reviews and case studies of Irish marine and freshwater systems; Studies of the conservation value of selected aquatic organisms; The major impacts that may constrain conservation; and, Approaches to conservation as evaluated by government and non-government agencies.

About the authors

Julian D. Reynolds

Julian D. Reynolds is a Fellow Emeritus of Zoology at Trinity College Dublin. His research expertise includes aquatic biology and conservation, particularly biology of freshwater crayfish and other crustaceans, eels and water beetles; ecology of freshwater bodies including turloughs, springs and bog pools; water quality of streams; terrestrial ecology - flora and invertebrate fauna of terrestrial habitats; ecology of otters; biodiversity and conservation management; glacial relicts and postglacial colonisation; protected species and threatened biotopes; alien invasive species. He is the editor of The Conservation of Aquatic Systems: Proceedings of a Seminar Held on 18-19 February 1993.