Conservation of Freshwater Fishes Conservation Biology Series, Vol. 20
Coordonnateurs : Closs Gerard P., Krkosek Martin, Olden Julian D.
1. Lost fishes, who is counting? The extent of the threat to freshwater fish biodiversity
2. Why are freshwater fish so threatened?
3. Climate change effects on freshwater fishes, conservation and management
4. Challenges and opportunities for fish conservation in dam-impacted waters
5. Chemical pollution
6. Multiple stressor effects on freshwater fish: a review and meta-analysis
7. Infectious disease and the conservation of freshwater fish
8. Non-indigenous fishes and their role in freshwater fish imperilment
9. Riparian management and the conservation of stream ecosystems and fishes
10. Fragmentation, connectivity and fish species persistence in freshwater ecosystems
11. Conservation of migratory fishes in freshwater ecosystems
12. Protecting apex predators
13. Artificial propagation of freshwater fishes: benefits and risks to recipient ecosystems from stocking, translocation, and re-introduction
14. Freshwater conservation planning
15. Sustainable inland fisheries – perspectives from the recreational, commercial and subsistence sectors from around the globe
16. Understanding and conserving genetic diversity in a world dominated by alien introductions and native transfers: the case study of primary and peripheral freshwater fishes in Southern-Europe
17. Maintaining taxonomic skills: the decline of taxonomy – a threat to fish conservation
18. Synthesis – what is the future of freshwater fishes?
Date de parution : 12-2015
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