Species-colonizers in the water systems of Karelia View Full Text


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DATE

2009-05-26

AUTHORS

O. P. Sterligova, N. V. Il’mast

ABSTRACT

Pathways of the penetration and distribution of aboriginal and new species of hydrobionts in Karelia are considered, such as fish-cultural and acclimatization measures, self-distribution of species by lake-river systems and their occasional introduction. The role of colonizers under new life conditions is defined. Fish-cultural and acclimatization work in Karelia is appraised. More... »

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331-338

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1134/s0032945209040055

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