Aquatic Oligochaete Biology IX

Selected Papers from the 9th Symposium on Aquatic Oligochaeta, 6-10 October 2003, Wageningen, The Netherlands Piet F.M. Verdonschot, Hongzhe Wang, Adrian Pinders, Rebi Nijboer. Harman, W. J., 1965c. Life history studies of the earthworm ...

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Author: Piet F.M. Verdonschot

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781402053689

Category: Science

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This volume contains selected papers from the 9th Symposium on Aquatic Oligochaeta, 6–10 October 2003, Wageningen, The Netherlands. 18 contributions deal with the biology of aquatic oligochaetes, and represents a mixture of the fields of taxonomy, anatomy, morphology and physiology, life history, ecology, sludge studies and toxicology. This wide scope is in line with recent trends in oligochaete research, with a special interest in sludge studies.

Aquatic Oligochaete Biology

Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Aquatic Oligochaete Biology J.L. Kaster. Hydrobiologia 180: IX-X, 1989. J. L. Kaster (ed.) ... Dr. C. J. Goodnight, born May 30, 1914 in Gillespie, Illinois, died on August 9, 1987.

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Author: J.L. Kaster

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ISBN: 9789400923935

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Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Aquatic Oligochaete Biology

The Pollution Biology of Aquatic Oligochaetes

Hydrobiologia 463:149–169 Coates KA, Reynoldson TB, Reynoldson TB (eds) (1996) Aquatic oligochaete biology VI. ... Hydrobiologia 564:127–142 Verdonschot PFM, Wang HZ, Pinder A, Nijboer R (eds) (2006) Aquatic oligochaete biology IX.

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Author: Pilar Rodriguez

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9400717180

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In aquatic ecosystems, the oligochaetes are often a major component of the community. Their relevance in sediment quality assessment is largely related to their benthic and detritivorous life habit. In this book, we aim to present the state of the art of Pollution Biology using oligochaete worms in laboratory and field studies. Future research will require the combination of a variety of methodological approaches and the integration of the resulting information, avoiding fragmented and often conflicting visions of the relationships of the species with their environment. Current approaches to ecotoxicology and bioaccumulation using ecological risk assessment provide the opportunity to relate community studies with probability of effects. This book addresses three main themes: Ecological and Field Studies using the composition and structure of oligochaete communities, Toxicology and Laboratory Studies, and Bioaccumulation and Trophic Transfer Studies. Two appendices list values of toxicological parameters (LC50, EC50) and several bioaccumulation variables (bioaccumulation factors, biological half-life, toxicokinetic coefficients, and critical body residues) for different oligochaete species. Additional information is provided on Methodological Issues and on the Taxonomy of several oligochaete families, with information on the most recent taxonomic debates. Each chapter includes a critical view, based on the authors’ experience, of a number of current issues which have been raised in the literature.

Aquatic Oligochaete Biology VI

K. A. Coates, Trefor B. Reynoldson & Thomas B. Reynoldson (eds), Aquatic Oligochaete Biology VI. ... Results Taxonomy Tenagodrilus g.n. Genus of family Lumbriculidae with testes paired in IX and X, ovaries paired in XI, atria paired in ...

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Author: Kathryn A. Coates

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789401154529

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Recent studies on diverse aspects of the biology of clitellate works (oligochaetes and leeches) are found in the Proceedings of the most recent International Symposium on Aquatic Oligochaete Biology - from development to population dynamics and from ultrastructure to evolution. The majority of the contributions, which have a very broad geographic scope, are investigations of the biology and ecology of oligochaete works in natural and polluted waters.

Aquatic Oligochaete Biology VIII

Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Aquati Oligochaeta, held in Bilbao, Spain, 18–22 July 2000 Pilar Rodriguez, Piet F.M. Verdonschot. Sheila S. CHERIAN, Chippy, All Saint's College, Trivandrum – 695011, Kerala, ...

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Author: Pilar Rodriguez

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789401005975

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This book contains 26 contributions dealing with the biology of aquatic oligochaetes and covers a wide range of topics including taxonomy, morphology, ultrastructure, embryology, reproduction, feeding biology, ecotoxicity, community studies, and species distribution. Descriptions of new taxa in tropical areas, including Amazonian forest soils, as well as overviews on the biodiversity of aquatic oligochaetes in Australia and European groundwaters, are presented. New morphological characteristics in both marine and freshwater species are described and interpreted. Laboratory studies contribute to the knowledge of oligochaete feeding biology and reproduction. The use of aquatic oligochaetes in ecological risk assessment is analysed in detail, and standardised experimental designs for studies on bioaccumulation and pollutant transfer by food are included. Finally, a number of papers present the effects of oliogochaetes on the performance of an activated sludge plant, and multivariate approaches to the spatial and/or temporal distribution and composition of oligochaete communities in many different areas of the world, from the scale of a river to the scale of the microhabitat. The broad scope of this volume is a reflection of recent rends, not only in oligochaete research, but also in general applied biological studies.

Aquatic Oligochaete Biology

Milbrink, G., and L. Nyman, 1973, On the protein taxonomy of aquatic oligochaetes, Zoon, 1:29-35. Nielsen, C. 0., and B., Christensen, 1959, The enchytraeidae, Critical revision and taxonomy of European species, Natura jutl. , 8–9:1-160 ...

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Author: Ralph O. Brinkhurst

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781461330486

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After some conversations with Professor Dr. H. Caspers and other participants at the triennial congress of the International Association of Theoretical and Applied Limnology (S. I. L. ) held in Copenhagen, Denmark (1977), the senior editor approached the international delegates at the business meeting for approval of the concept of holding the First International Symposium on Aquatic Oligochaete Biology at Sidney (near Victoria) British Columbia on May 1-4, 1979. The S. I. L. agreed to sponsor such a meeting, and this sponsorship in turn led to the provision of space and technical facilities at the Institute of Ocean Sciences Patricia Bay, the Pacific Regional headquarters of the Ocean and Aquatic Sciences component of the federal Fisheri~s and Oceans Department. The National Research Council of Canada provided travel support for a number of non-Canadian participants. Invitations were sent to as many active workers in the field as the senior editor could name, and in addition two representatives of closely allied fields were invited - Dr. V. Standen who works with closely related but terrestrial species, and Dr. J. Grassle who works with polychaetes but especially with Capitella capitata which is much like an oligochaete in some aspects of its biolog- so much so that the senior editor in his salad days succumbed to some ill-founded advice and described Capitella as a new marine tubificid! The addition of these "outside" influences prevented the group from making a number of unfounded assumptions during discussions, and provided valuable cross-linkages.

Aquatic Oligochaete Biology V

Proceedings of the 5th Oligochaete Symposium, held in Tallinn, Estonia, 1991 Trefor B. Reynoldson, ... 3E) show a group of clean stations (stations 5, 8, 9 and 10), polluted stations (6, 7) and intermediate stations (1, 2, 4).

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Author: Trefor B. Reynoldson

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789401108423

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Page: 320

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This book contains 36 of the papers presented at the meetings covering the many aspects of oligochaete biology from ecological through evolutionary studies, divided into the following sections: Systematics and Evolution Taxonomy and Geographic Distribution Distribution, Abundance and Habitat Types Ultrastructure Pollution Studies Population Dynamics The volume highlights the single largest contribution of Soviet oligochaete biology presented in English since 1980. Nine of the 36 papers in this collection are written by authors from the former U.S.S.R.

Lake Biwa Interactions between Nature and People

Species Divers 13: 221–230 Miyadi D (1932) Studies on the bottom fauna of Japanese lakes IX. ... Publ Itako Hydrobiol Sta 9: 1–14 Ohtaka A, Nishino M (1995) Studies on the aquatic oligochaete fauna in Lake Biwa, central Japan.

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Author: Hiroya Kawanabe

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030169695

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Although, the first edition had a similar focus, more than five years have passed since its publication and the biological and social circumstances of the lake have drastically changed due to, for example, the further expansion of alien species, the decrease of indigenous species, the progress of integrated watershed management by the Union of the Kansai Government which was established in 2010, the legislation of the Conservation and Restoration Act of Lake Biwa in 2015 and more. The new edition will therefore feature updated and new information on the above and more topics as well as updated and revised data based on the latest research. Inventories of respective taxa, especially those of small animals, are also revised based on the latest studies. Furthermore, this volume covers the characteristics of the biota of this ancient lake, but at the same time, it will also approach it as a ‘culture ancient lake’. Other topics also include water pollution, lakeshore development, the effects of global warming in the past and present, the influence of people, and countermeasures by local and national governments. Moreover, the volume also provides a comprehensive view on the future of Lake Biwa and that of its residents. Miraculously enough, this ancient lake has kept its water quality clear even until today despite the fact of more than 1.4 million people living on its shores. Finally, the book also gives indispensable information to those engaged in improving and conserving water regimes of lakes and other water bodies all over the world and to those interested in the culture and history of Japan. Lake Biwa is not only one of the rarest ancient lakes of the world, but the people’s involvement with the lake also goes back a long way. This is shown in the diverse culture developed in this area and in the various archaeological finds that date back as early as the Jomon Period, nearly 10.000 years ago. Today Lake Biwa fulfills an important role as a water resource by providing domestic, commercial, industrial, and agricultural water for over 14 million residents living around the Lake Biwa-Yodo River drainage basin. This updated volume focuses on the geological and biological features of the lake as well as on the long-term interactions between the people and the lake.