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Advances in Mexican Limnology: Basic and Applied Aspects

  • Javier Alcocer
  • S. S. S. Sarma

Part of the Developments in Hydrobiology book series (DIHY, volume 163)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. Elva Escobar, Luis Oseguera, Gerardo H. Vázquez Nin, Javier Alcocer
    Pages 57-62
  3. Luisa I. Falcón, Elva Escobar-Briones, David Romero
    Pages 71-78
  4. Judith García-Rodríguez, Rosaluz Tavera
    Pages 91-98
  5. P. Ramírez García, S. Nandini, S. S. S. Sarma, E. Robles Valderrama, I. Cuesta, Maria Dolores Hurtado
    Pages 99-108
  6. Laura Peralta, Elva Escobar, Javier Alcocer, Alfonso Lugo
    Pages 109-116
  7. César A. Berlanga-Robles, Juan Madrid-Vera, Arturo Ruiz-Luna
    Pages 117-122
  8. Julieta Barragán Severo, Eugenia López-López, Kathleen Ann Babb Stanley
    Pages 123-131
  9. E. Escobar-Briones, A. M. Cortez-Aguilar, M. García-Ramos, L. M. Mejía-Ortíz, A. Y. Simms-Del Castillo
    Pages 133-139
  10. Owen T. Lind, L. O. Dávalos-Lind
    Pages 159-167
  11. S. J. Davies, S. E. Metcalfe, M. E. Caballero, S. Juggins
    Pages 199-213
  12. J. J. Schmitter-Soto, F. A. Comín, E. Escobar-Briones, J. Herrera-Silveira, J. Alcocer, E. Suárez-Morales et al.
    Pages 215-228

About this book

Introduction

The present volume comprises aspects of both basic and applied limnology. They include works on physical, chemical, and biological limnology, as well as experimental approaches in selected areas.
Contributions from investigators regarding aquatic conservation and biodiversity were specifically not available and therefore, these aspects are considered in various included works. Most manuscripts deal with lentic aquatic resources. This is not surprising since Mexican limnology followed the general study trend of that from temperate limnology. Despite this, we must emphasize that lotic resources in Mexico are quite important both locally and regionally. This does not mean that rivers are not under limnological research in Mexico, just that their study has only recently begun.

It is the intention of the volume to stimulate a larger section of limnologists to further research in this field. It is to be hoped that policy-framing governmental authorities in Mexico will benefit from it, and consider some of the aspects described so that further damage to the epicontinental waterbodies can be halted, and remedial measures can be considered in the future.

Keywords

biodiversity biomass desert ecosystem fish lake limnology nitrogen phytoplankton plankton pollution

Editors and affiliations

  • Javier Alcocer
    • 1
  • S. S. S. Sarma
    • 2
  1. 1.Limnology LaboratoryCyMA, UIICSEMexico
  2. 2.Aquatic Zoology LaboratoryUMF; FES Iztacala, UNAMMexico CityMexico

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