AQUATIC CONSERVATION: MARINE AND FRESHWATER ECOSYSTEMS
Vols. 1-20. Chichester, 1991-2010. Partly reprint.
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- AQUATIC CONSERVATION publishes original papers, short communications, review articles, and discussions that cover all aspects of the conservation of aquatic biological resources. Freshwater, brackish, and marine habitats are within the scope of this journal, which aims to provide a forum for scientists in universities, research institutions, and nature conservation organizations as well as policymakers at all levels of government. Recent articles treat the importance of riparian ecotone and river hydraulics, the freshwater pearl mussel in Northern Ireland, and detritus processing in channelized and natural woodland streams. Occasional special issues cover such topics as the application of classification and assessment methods to river management in the United Kingdom and the physical dimension of river restoration (Katz).
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