Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries is a quarterly international journal which publishes review articles on varied aspects of fish and fisheries biology. The contents include evolutionary biology, zoogeography, taxonomy, including biochemical taxonomy and stock identification, genetics and genetic manipulation, physiology, functional morphology, behavior, ecology, fisheries assessment, development, exploitation and conservation. Coverage can include articles on any field of fish biology where the emphasis is placed on adaptation, function or exploitation in the whole organism.
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries also offers details of relevant papers delivered at recent conferences, book reviews and correspondence arising from the reviews.
Brook lampreys of life: towards holistic monitoring of boreal aquatic habitats using ‘subtle signs’ and oral histories
Biology, ecology and biogeography of the South American silver croaker, an important Neotropical fish species in South America
Monitoring programs of the U.S. Gulf of Mexico: inventory, development and use of a large monitoring database to map fish and invertebrate spatial distributions
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