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New books: January 2019
Deep Sea Cartilaginous Fishes of the Indian Ocean by
The genesis of this Catalogue stems from a workshop on Deep–sea Species Identification held in Rome, Italy, from 2 to 4 December 2009 (FAO, 2011). The workshop objectives were to identify and review key issues for vulnerable deep–sea species, e.g. corals, sponges, and chondrichthyans.
Deep-Sea Cartilaginous Fishes of the Indian Ocean by
Knowledge of chondrichthyan biodiversity in general, and especially deep–sea species, is relatively uneven, with some areas such as Australia, Europe, and North America being better known, while other regions, often those considered biodiversity “hotspots” being poorly known.
Deep-Sea Cartilaginous Fishes of the Southeastern Pacific Ocean by
The present catalogue covers the deep–sea chondrichthyans of the southeastern Pacific Ocean, FAO Fishing Area 87. The catalogue includes species of major, moderate, minor, and minimal importance to fisheries as well as those of doubtful or potential use to fisheries.
Gough Island by
This book provides a well-illustrated, absorbing account of Gough Island's remarkable plants and animals, and a compelling history of its discovery and exploration. The authors bring to this work their considerable experience of remote, Southern Ocean islands and conservation in the region, making the book essential reading not only for island and seabird enthusiasts, but also for those concerned with biodiversity and its conservation in remote locations.
Evolution: Materialien S II by
Materialien für den Sekundarbereich II Aktuelle Ausgabe Wissen auf dem neuesten Stand - mit der Grünen Reihe zum Abitur! Die neuen Themenbände: Umfassend und tiefgehend Berücksichtigung neuester Methoden und Kenntnisse aus der Wissenschaft Mehr kompetenzorientierte AUFGABEN - EXKURSE -PRAKTIKA
Exploring a Sub-Antarctic Wilderness by
Since South Africa annexed the Prince Edward Islands in 1948, South African researchers have been making regular expeditions to the Antarctic Continent, the Prince Edward Islands and Gough Island, as well as elsewhere in the Southern Ocean. The Antarctic Legacy of South Africa Project (ALSA) is preserving the rich human history of these expeditions and South Africa’s presence in the Southern Ocean over the last 70 years.
Marion & Prince Edward : Africa's southern islands by
A new book featuring the history, beauty and conservation of South Africa’s southernmost territories, Marion Island and Prince Edward Island, was recently launched by researchers at the Centre for Invasion Biology (C·I·B).