Published May 30, 2007
by Amer Fisheries Society .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
Published by the American Fisheries Society. Publication date: December Symposium ISBN: The Hudson River is one of the most scientifically-studied rivers in the world. This volume contains new findings about the ecological and environmental workings of the Hudson and the effects on fishes. Buy Hudson River Fishes and their Environment (): NHBS - Edited By: John Waldman, Karin Limburg and David Strayer, American Fisheries Society. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages: illustrations, maps ; 26 cm. Series Title: American Fisheries Society symposium. Hudson River fishes and their environment: proceedings of the Conference [on] Hudson River Fishes and Their Environment: held in Pougkeepsie, New York, March, Author: John R Waldman ; Karin E Limburg ; David Lowell Strayer.
A brilliant recollection of the Hudson River, its history, its tales, its biodiversity and its pollution. A famous book amongst ecologists studying the Hudson. A easy to read and enticing book about biology. I found it unique because although from a good source and scientific, it flowed nicely and wasn't dry/5(8). Dead fish are turning up in large numbers all along the Hudson River from Manhattan to Yonkers, according to environmental organization Riverkeeper. . The Hudson estuary also hosts many migratory fishes. The river's signature species - Atlantic sturgeon, American shad, and striped bass - live the first few months or years of their lives in fresh water before swimming out into the Atlantic to mature. As adults they will return to the river only to spawn. Hudson River Fish Advisories. Chemicals in Hudson River fish can harm your health even if the fish look healthy and the water looks clean ; Learn about New York State health advisories on eating Hudson River fish.
8th Annual Great Hudson River Fish Count. The NY Dept. of Environmental Conservation (DEC) with hold its 8th annual Great Hudson River Estuary Fish Count. The event will take place at multiple sites along the Hudson River, from Brooklyn to Waterford, miles north, on Saturday, August It is family friendly, free, and open to the public. The diverse contributions to Environmental History of the Hudson River examine how the natural and physical attributes of the river have influenced human settlement and uses, and how human occupation has, in turn, affected the ecology and environmental health of the river. The Hudson River Valley may be America's premier river environmental laboratory, and by bringing historians and social Format: Paperback. About the Book. This succinct book gives an intimate view of the day-to-day functioning of a remarkable river that has figured prominently in history and culture—the Hudson, a main artery connecting New York, America, and the world. Writing for a wide audience, David Strayer distills the large body of scientific information about the river into a non-technical overview of its ecology. David L. Strayer is Senior Scientist at the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies. He is the author of Freshwater Mussel Ecology: A Multifactor Approach to Distribution and Abundance (UC Press) and Hudson River Fishes and Their Environment, coedited with John Waldman and Karin Limburg, among other books.