3 edition of Biological studies of the English lakes found in the catalog.
Biological studies of the English lakes
T. T. Macan
Bibliography: p. 227-241.
|Statement||[by] T. T. Macan.|
|LC Classifications||QH138.L35 M3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 260 p., 5 plates.|
|Number of Pages||260|
|LC Control Number||70509812|
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(Thomas Townley) Publication date Topics Freshwater biology -- England -- Lake District, Limnology -- England -- Lake DistrictPages: Biological studies of the English lakes. New York, American Elsevier Pub. Co., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: T T Macan.
Biological studies of the English lakes. Harlow, Longman, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: T T Macan. The book is focused on temperate lakes and ponds, drawing on examples from polar and tropical systems to provide a broader context.
The Biology of Lakes and Ponds, now in its second edition, will be a valuable text for university tuition. However, its lucid explanations and descriptions of adaptation, dominance, dispersal, and succession of organisms, as well as the effects of Cited by: Biological Studies of the English Lakes by T.
Macan Biological Studies of the English Lakes by T. Macan (pp. ) Review by: George K. Reid. A considerable input to this scientific study has been undertaken since by the Freshwater Biological Association (FBA) and the Institute of Freshwater Ecology (IFE).
There are some 88 lakes and tarns (small lakes) in the group of lakes in the district of north east England. Follow T. Macan and explore their bibliography from 's T. Macan Author g: English lakes.
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The development of vegetation in English lakes considered in relation to the general evolution of glacial lakes and rock basins.
The different types of methane oxidising bacteria and some of their more unusual properties. In: Microbial Growth on C-1 compounds.
The Dynamics of the nitrogen cycle in natural waters. ().Author: Grahame Hall. M’Alpine,D. Biological Atlas Macan, T. Biological Studies of the English Lakes Macan, T. Ephemeroptera (A Key) Macan, T.
Key to British Fresh & Brackish-Water Gasteropods, A Macan, T. & Cooper, D. Fresh & Brackish-water Gastropods (A Key) Macan, T. & Worthington, E. Life in Lakes & Rivers File Size: 95KB. Freshwater Biological Association, Ambleside, UK. Key to the British Species of Freshwater Cladocera (with David Joseph Scourfield).
Biological Studies of the English Lakes. Prentice Hall, London. ISBN ; Key to the Adults of the British Trichoptera. Freshwater Biological Association, Ambleside, UK.
ISBN Book reviewed in this article BIOLOGICAL STUDIES OF THE ENGLISH LAKES by T. Macan OCEANOGRAPHY AND MARINE BIOLOGY. An annual review. Vol. Edited by Harold Barnes A SYMPOSIUM ON THE DISEASES OF FISHES AND SHELLFISHES edited by S.
Snieszko ADVANCES IN MARINE BIOLOGY Vol. 8 edited by Sir Frederick S. Russel and Sir Maurice. Abstract. In contrast to other Australian States, Tasmania has a large number of inland lakes and lagoons (Fig.
); on the Central Plateau alone there are several thousand, ranging in size from lakes contain water of high purity, though dark humic waters are found in the southwest and.
List of Publications Part I 1 (papers distributed as FBA reprints) List of Publications Part II (other publications) Author Index to Lists of Publications List of Translations (New Series) All enquiries and correspondence to: The Librarian, Freshwater Biological Association, The Ferry House, Ambleside, Cumbria LA22 OLP, England.
This study was undertaken to examine the present condition of the lakes and to assess the likely consequences of increased use for recreation. Some physical and chemical aspects of the lakes and their waters were measured and the macrophytes, phytoplankton and larger invertebrates were surveyed in June and July Cited by: 3.
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A 3-D physical and biological model is used to study the seasonal dynamics of physical and biological processes in the central. Ghose, T.
and Fiechter, A. (Eds) (). Advances in Biochemical Engineering I. Brinkhurst, R. and Jamieson, B. Aquatic Oligochaeta of the World. Macan, T. Biological Studies of the English Lakes. Journal. Freshwater Biology – Wiley. Published: Mar 1. Wray Castle is a Victorian neo-gothic building at Claife in the English county of house and grounds have belonged to the National Trust sincebut the house has only recently opened to the public on a regular basis.
The grounds, which include part of the shoreline of Windermere, are open all year round and are renowned for their selection of specimen trees Location: Claife, South Lakeland, Cumbria.A fascinating book about the history of the English Lake District through the stories of artists, poets, writers, and philosophers that have visited or lived here.
The book is very readable and informative, and the analysis of the significance of each these people to the history of the area, and the greater ramifications of the area and people /5.
The Biology of Lakes and Ponds,now in its second edition, is a valuable text for university tuition. Its lucid explanations and descriptions of adaptation, dominance, dispersal, and succession of organisms, as well as the effects of abiotic factors, predation, and competition, ensure its relevance and use to a broad audience of biologists and naturalists with an interest .