Manual of fish sclerochronology

by Hervé Troadec (editor), Peter Wright (editor), Hélène de Pontual (editor), Jacques Panfili (editor)
Collection: Hors Collection
december 2004
160 x 240 format 464 pages In stock
120,00 €

Sclerochronology, the study of calcified structures to reconstruct the past history of living organisms, is central to fish biology and fisheries management. This manual aims to provide an overview of the current theoretical and practical aspects of sclerochronological studies. By providing information on the nature of calcified structures (otoliths, scales, skeleton), their uses in fish research and methods for preparation and examination, the manual constitutes a comprehensive guide for researchers, technicians and students either new to the field or interested in expanding their range of expertise. The enclosed multimedia version (DVD) is supplemented by videos illustrating the main technical procedures with an alternative navigation mode based on decision trees.

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Language(s): English

Publisher: Ifremer

Co-publisher: CEE ; EFAN ; IRD

Edition: 1st edition

Collection: Hors Collection

Published: 1 december 2004

Reference Book: OU0201

EAN13 Book: 9782844330673

Format (in mm) Book: 160 x 240

Pages count Book: 464

Weight (in grammes): 966 (Book)