|Publication Type:||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication:||1996|
|Journal:||Environmental biology of fishes The Hague|
|Keywords:||Africa, African Great Lakes, Article Geographic Terms: Africa, East, Article Subject Terms: comparison studies, Article Taxonomic Terms: Pisces, biodiversity, comparison studies, D 04668 Fish, ECOLOGY, Exploitation, fish, Lake Fisheries, Lakes, maintenance, Pisces, Species diversity, Stratification, SW 0850 Lakes, SW 6090 Fisheries engineering, tropical regions|
Ecological conditions in tropical lacustrine systems are considered by focusing on the evolution, maintenance, exploitation and vulnerability of fish communities in the African Great Lakes. The exceptionally high biodiversities in the littoral/sublittoral zones of the very ancient, deep, clear, permanently stratified rift lakes Tanganyika and Malawi, are contrasted with the simpler systems in their pelagic zones, also with biodiversity in the much younger, shallower Victoria, the world's largest tropical lake.
|Alternate Journal:||ENVIRON. BIOL. FISH.|
Fish communities in the African Great Lakes
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