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    Product Details

    • Series: Zoophysiology (Book 17)
    • Paperback: 268 pages
    • Publisher: ---
    • Pub Year: Softcover reprint of December 8, 2011
    • Language: English
    • ISBN-10: 3642823505
    • ISBN-13: 978-3642823503

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    Fish migration is important and spectacular. Migratory fish gather energy in one portion of the environment and transport
    it to other areas, where it often becomes available to humans or to other elements in the ecosystem. Migration brings fish into
    situations that allow easy harvest as they concentrate along migration routes. Their journeys also make them vulnerable
    to human intereference at critical points along their route. Salmon, for example, may harvest plankton in the open ocean
    and transport that food energy to coastal and inland regions, where it is captured by fisheries or deposited in inland streams
    and utilized by the flora and fauna of the region. These salmon are able to complete journeys of thousands of kilometers from
    their natal streams to oceanic feeding grounds and back to the same home streams, an accomplishment that strains our
    credi bili ty .

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