4 edition of Field guide to the freshwater fishes of the Central Suriname Nature Reserve (CSNR), (Coppename River Basin, Suriname) found in the catalog.
Field guide to the freshwater fishes of the Central Suriname Nature Reserve (CSNR), (Coppename River Basin, Suriname)
Haydi J. Berrenstein
Includes bibliographical references (p. 89-90) and index.
|Statement||Haydi J. Berrenstein.|
|Contributions||Conservation International (Suriname)|
|LC Classifications||QL635.S87 B47 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||96 p. :|
|Number of Pages||96|
|LC Control Number||2007317828|
"The freshwater fishes of Suriname est un ouvrage de grande utilite, a la fois pour les scientifiques et les gestionnaires des milieux aquatiques. Les scientifiques y trouveront les donnees essentielles pour la comparaison des peuplements ichtyologiques dans les differents pays du secteur geographique, qui va de l'Amapa bresilien au Venezuela. Conservation of freshwater ecosystems in Suriname N. 1. Introduction The conservation of freshwater ecosystems cannot be viewed separately from ether components of nature conservation in Suriname. The Nature Preservation Wia Wia Nature Reserve (expanded in ), approx. 36, ha in the Young.
The Central Suriname Nature Reserve comprises million ha of primary tropical forest of west-central Suriname. It protects the upper watershed of the Coppename River and the headwaters of the Lucie, Oost, Zuid. The Central Suriname Nature Reserve (CSNR) protects some of the most remote, ancient, and pristine wilderness on Earth. It comprises more than million hectares of primary tropical forest. The Reserve forms a corridor linking the three most important protected areas in central Suriname: the Raleighvallen Nature reserve in the north, and the Tafelberg and Eilerts de Hann Gebergte Nature.
The watersheds of Southeastern Suriname appear to be sheltered from this phenomenon and may support one of the cleanest freshwater in all of the country. Nonetheless, compared to the global background levels for mercury in sediment of – µg/g (Anderson ), the mercury levels found in the samples are still by: 1. Bulletin of the Biological Society of Washington. Sign In View Cart HelpCited by: 7.
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Building on ichthyological studies initiated in the s by the Brokopondo Project, The Freshwater Fishes of Suriname provides an introduction to the freshwater fish fauna of Suriname, including identification keys, photographs of the species and descriptions of their habitats, that should be especially useful to decision makers, conservation biologists, aquarium hobbyists and Range: £ - £ Jan H.A.
Mol, Ph.D. () in Agriculture and Environmental Sciences, Wageningen University, the Netherlands, is Professor of Aquatic ecology at Anton de Kom University of Suriname.
He has published extensively on the ecology of freshwater fishes of Suriname, especially on armored catfishes/5(3). The Central Suriname Nature Reserve comprises million ha of primary tropical forest of west-central Suriname. It protects the upper watershed of the Coppename River and the headwaters of the Lucie, Oost, Zuid, Saramaccz, and Gran Rio rivers and covers a range of topography and ecosystems of notable conservation value due to its pristine state.
Field Guide To The Freshwater Fishes Of The Central Suriname Nature Reserve Csnr Coppename River Basin Suriname Author by: Haydi J. Berrenstein Languange Used: en.
Checklist of freshwater fishes of Suriname Mol et al. Cybium36(1) traveled throughout the world. although one of these, Daniel Rolander (), visited Suriname in (Holthuis, ), it is uncertain whether Linnaeus examined the Suri-namese fish. Smaller fishes forage on aquatic insects and serve as prey for larger fishes, caiman, and birds.
Fish diversity reflects the health of the river systems. There is a modest amount of published information concerning the fishes of the region.
Most fish surveys in the watershed are well to the north in the Corantijn proper (e.g., Vari ). Some fish collections have been made near regional airstrips, Cited by: 2. With some currently known fresh- and brackish-water fish species, Suriname has a rich inland fish fauna that is related to the most diverse freshwater fish fauna on planet Earth, i.e.
that of the Amazon River. Interest in the freshwater fishes of Suriname by naturalists and scientists extends back over more than two by: 4. Distrib utions are provided for species of fishes that live in the freshwater drainag e systems overly ing the Guiana Shield in Brazil, Colombia, French Guiana, Guyana, and Suriname.
Distrib utions are provided for species of fishes that live in the freshwater drainag e systems overly ing the Guiana Shield in Brazil, Colombia, French Guiana, Guyana, and Suriname.
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THE FRESHWATER FISHES OF SURINAME By Jan H. Mol Published by Brill Academic Pub, Leiden- Boston, pp.
Price $ ISBN This unique work contains for the first time all 64 inland fish families as well as the species of the 9 recognized subfamilies in the Characidae, with the exception of Serrasalminae, which is a good family, the Serrasalmidae.
SUMMARY. Eighteen sites near three camps along the Upper and Middle Palumeu River, Suriname, were sampled between 9 and 25 March, We recorded 94 species of fishes, and, in combination with a collection of fishes from Lower Palumeu River by Covain et al.
inspecies are now known to occur in Palumeu by: 1. Photographic Atlas of Fishes of the Guiana Shield Article (PDF Available) in Bulletin of the Biological Society of Washington 17(1) September with Reads How we measure 'reads'. PDF | OnJosé L.
Birindelli and others published Standardized Rapid Biodiversity Protocols: Freshwater Fishes | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. Freshwater life – the first illustrated field guide of its kind for the wider southern African region – describes a vast range of plant and animal groups in a single volume.
A ground-breaking concept that encompasses diverse groups from the large and conspicuous vertebrates to the diverse microscopic taxa, the book facilitates identifi cation and describes the ecology of more than 1, Abstract.
The conservation of freshwater ecosystems cannot be viewed separately from other components of nature conservation in Suriname. The Nature Preservation Law (Government BulletinNo. 26) provides the Government with the means to identify wildlands of special importance by designating them as Nature Reserves and, at the same time giving them full by: 2.
History. The Central Suriname Nature Reserve was created in by Conservation International and the government of Suriname from the fusion of three existing nature reserves: Ralleighvallen, Tafelberg and Eilerts de Haan gebergte.
It was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in for its pristine tropical rainforest ecosystem. The forest received material support from Microsoft co Coordinates: 4°0′N 56°30′W /. The Central Suriname Nature Reserve (CSNR) covers million ha of pristine tropical forest in the Guayana Shield.
The reserve is one of the very few undisturbed forest areas in the Amazonian region with no inhabitants and no human use. It covers 11% of the land surface of Suriname/5. Mercury Contamination in Freshwater, Estuarine, and Marine Fishes in Relation to Small-Scale Gold Mining in Suriname, South America from the Central Suriname Nature Reserve.
Average mercury levels in freshwater fishes were higher in piscivorous species than in nonpiscivorous species Field Guide to the Commercial Marine and Brackish Cited by: Abstract. The ichthyofauna of the Neotropics is still badly known.
Ecological studies of fish communities are possible, but many species that will be included in these studies are unnamed and can only be indicated by numbers (see for instance Goulding et al ).
The Surinamese ichthyofauna has been studied by numerous zoologists since Van der Stigchel ().Cited by:. Biodiversity in Suriname is high, mostly because of the variety of habitats and the temperature. The average annual temperature in the coastal area is between 26° and 28° Celsius.
Suriname can be divided into four major ecological zones, namely from north to south; The young coastal plain The old coastal plain The Savannah or Zanderij belt The interior residual uplands. The Freshwater Fishes of Suriname by Jan H. Mol,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.Buy A Rapid Biological Assessment of the Aquatic Ecosystems of the Coppename River Basin, Suriname: NHBS - Edited By: Leeanne E Alonso and Haydi J Berrenstein, Conservation International.