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Journal of the month
The Fishing Industry Handbook contains information on:
- Fishing rights allocations
- Fish catch data
- Imports and exports of fish trade and commodities
- Organisations and associations involved in the fishing industry
- Contact details of fishing companies, factories, processors and traders
- Scientific articles
- Suppliers to the industry
- A classified buyer’s guide
New Books: February 2018
Fishes of the World by
Fishes of the World, Fifth Edition is the only modern, phylogenetically based classification of the world’s fishes. The updated text offers new phylogenetic diagrams that clarify the relationships among fish groups, as well as cutting-edge global knowledge that brings this classic reference up to date. With this resource, you can classify orders, families, and genera of fishes, understand the connections among fish groups, organize fishes in their evolutionary context, and imagine new areas of research.
Practical Computing for Biologists by
The book shows you how to use general computing tools to work more effectively. In one place, it pulls together a broad range of powerful and flexible tools that are applicable to ecologists, molecular biologists, physiologists, and anyone who has struggled with large or complex data sets. Training in python and data processing is essential for biologists and other scientists.
Western Cape State of Biodiversity Report by
CapeNature is in a unique position to collect information that represents the state of biodiversity and ecosystem health over a suﬃciently long period of time to observe trends. To achieve this, appropriate, good quality and consistent monitoring is required. Once monitoring has been completed, data needs vetting, collation and formal storage before the important work of analysis and interpretation to translate the ﬁndings into management recommendations can be tackled.
OneZoom tree of life explorer
An interactive map of the evolutionary relationships between 1.8 million species of life on our planet. Each leaf on the tree represents a species and the branches show how they are connected through evolution. Discover your favourites, see which species are under threat, and wonder at over 100,000 images on a single page. Choose your tree shape: spiral, fern, etc.