244 pages , Mutual Publishing Company , 1998 Corals and coral reefs represent the most complex and diverse ecosystems on earth. This field guide identifies coral reef mammals, an in-depth exploration of the myriad of interrelationships, and a sysnthesis of the most recent theories and research surrounding coral reef ecology.
Biostasis is the ability of an organism to tolerate environmental changes without having to actively adapt to them. Biostasis is found in organisms that live in habitats that likely encounter unfavorable living conditions, such as drought, freezing temperatures, change in pH levels, pressure, or temperature. Insects undergo a type of dormancy to survive these conditions, called diapause. Diapause ...[Read More]
A group dedicated to University of Guelph students who intend on majoring/minoring in zoology, marine and freshwater biology, wildlife biodiversity and conservation, or biodiversity and plan on graduating in 2018. Help each other out by planning get-togethers/meet ups/study sessions, ask questions, and overall just stay connected!
302 pages , Edward Elgar Publishing , 2006-01-01 'This book delivers its aim of providing a coherent and integrated treatment of a closely inter-related set of investment problems, elegantly, concisely, and with the right blend of theory and evidence that will make the book a standard reference in the field for many years to come.' - Competition and Regulation in Network...[Read More]
434 pages , Springer Science & Business Media , 2007-01-10 The European Arctic and Alpine regions are experiencing large environmental changes. These changes may have socio-economic effects if the changes affect the bioproduction, which form the basis for the marine and terrestrial food chains. This uniquely multidisciplinary book presents the various aspects of contempo...[Read More]