This is the first comprehensive account of the one of the world's most remarkable lakes, drawing together much scattered and hard-to-access knowledge. The history of the lake, its hydrodynamics, extensive chemistry, and flora and fauna are among the areas examined. Particular attention is paid to the development and descriptions of the pelagic and benthic fish communities. Researchers will find the comprehensive bibliography a useful source of information.
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'This book will prove invaluable for planning future research on the wise use of resources while conserving biodiversity. ... will undoubtedly remain a standard text for many long years. As such it deserves a very wide audience.' Trends in Ecology and Evolution
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Book Description Natural History Museum, 1991. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P11019858525X