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Rio Negro, rich life in poor water

Michael Goulding

Rio Negro, rich life in poor water

Amazonian diversity and foodchain ecology as seen through fish communities

by Michael Goulding

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Published by SPB Academic Publishing in The Hague .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Freshwater fishes -- Brazil -- Amazonas.,
  • Freshwater fishes -- Rio Negro (Colombia and Venezuela-Brazil),
  • Fish populations -- Brazil -- Amazonas.,
  • Fish populations -- Rio Negro (Colombia and Venezuela-Brazil),
  • Fishes -- Brazil -- Amazonas.,
  • Fishes -- Rio Negro (Colombia and Venezuela-Brazil),
  • Food chains (Ecology) -- Brazil -- Amazonas.,
  • Food chains (Ecology) -- Rio Negro (Colombia and Venezuela-Brazil)

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesRio Negro.
    StatementMichael Goulding, Mirian Leal Carvalho and Efrem G. Ferreira.
    ContributionsCarvalho, Mirian Leal., Ferreira, Efrem Jorge Gondim.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 200 p. :
    Number of Pages200
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15147459M
    ISBN 109051030169

    Negro River, Portuguese Rio Negro, Spanish Río Negro, Ecuador is very poor in natural life. The clear jet-black colour of the Negro’s water, whence comes the river’s name, is caused by the decomposition of organic matter in marginal swamps and its low silt content. The black waters contrast dramatically with the yellowish silt-laden. Dieta da pirambeba Serrasalmus brandtii Reinhardt (Teleostei, Characidae) em quatro lagoas marginais do rio São Francisco, Brasil. Diet of pirambeba Serrasalmus brandtii Reinhardt (Teleostei, Characidae) in four floodplain lakes in São Francisco river, Brazil. Paulo dos Santos Pompeu. Departamento de Zoologia, Instituto de Ciências Biológicas, Universidade Federal .

    The largest river on the planet, the Amazon, forms from the confluence of the Solimões (the upper Amazon River) and the Negro at the Brazilian city of Manaus in central Amazonas. At the river confluence, the muddy, tan-colored waters of the Solimões meet the “black” water of the Negro River. The unique mixing zone where the waters meet extends downstream through the . Palacio Rio Negro is open: Sun - Sun AM - PM; Mon - Sat PM - PM; Buy tickets in advance on Tripadvisor. If you book with Tripadvisor, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund/ TripAdvisor reviews.

      The so-called “blackwaters” of the Amazonian Rio Negro are rich in highly coloured dissolved organic carbon (DOC), but ion-poor . Rich and Poor Ecosystems of Amazonia: An Approach to Management the outcome of which is the present book, was the symposium on the Fra- The two extremes chosen are the oligotrophic black-water river basins - of which the Rio Negro Basin is the bcst known - and the.


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0 Ratings 0 Want to read;Pages: Get this from a library. Rio Negro, rich life in poor water: Amazonian diversity and foodchain ecology as seen through fish communities. [Michael Goulding; Mirian Leal Carvalho; Efrem Jorge Gondim Ferreira]. The Rio Negro (Portuguese: Rio Negro [ˈʁi.u neɡɾu]; Spanish: Río Negro [ˈri.o ˈneɣɾo] "Black River"), or Guainía as it is known in its upper part, is the largest left tributary of the Amazon River (accounting for about 14% of the water in the Amazon basin), Rio Negro largest blackwater river in the world, and one of the world's ten largest rivers by average ies: Colombia, Venezuela, Brazil.

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Ferreira SPB Academic Publishing The Hague Australian/Harvard Citation. Goulding, Michael. Rio Negro, Rich Life in Poor Water: Amazonian Diversity and Foodchain Ecology as seen through Fish Communities.

Hagae: SPB Academic Publishing. ISBN Penn, James R. Rivers of the World: A Social, Geographical and Environmental Sourcebook. Sanctae Barbarae Californiae: ABC Clio. To support researchers to publish their research Open Access, deals have been negotiated with various publishers.

Depending on the deal, a discount is provided for the author on the Article Processing Charges that need to be paid by the author to publish an article Open Access. Rio Negro, rich life in poor water: Amazonian diversity and foodchain ecology as seen through fish communities. The Hague: SPB Academic Publishing.

The Hague: SPB Academic Publishing. ISBN Рио Негро (шп. Río Negro, порт. Rio Negro — Црна река) река је на северу Јужне Америке дуга km (са притоком Уаупес дужина јој је km). Она је друга највећа притока Амазона. Извире у југоисточном делу Гвајанских планина. Rio Negro, rich life in poor water.

SPB Academic Publishing, The Hague. Hagedorn, M. Ecology and behaviour of a pulse-type electric fish, Hypopomus occidentals (Gymnotiformes, Hypopomidae), in a fresh-water stream in Panama.

Ar Río Negro (portugaleg Rio Negro, Spagnoleg Río Negro) a zo unan eus adstêrioù brasañ an Amazon hag ar stêr du he doureier brasañ er bed. Emañ e andon etre an Orinoko ha diaz an Amazon ha liammet eo ouzh an Orinok dre Ganol Casiquiare.

Daveoù. Goulding, M., Carvalho, M. L., & Ferreira, E. Rio Negro, rich life in poor water: Amazonian diversity. The monotypic genus Atopomesus, a poorly known member of the family Characidae, is re-described.

Atopomesus pachyodus is endemic to the Rio Negro basin, where it feeds on aquatic insect larvae, and seems to occur mostly in riverine sand banks and beaches. pachyodus was originally described as a member of the Characidae subfamily Cheirodontinae, but has been. We experimentally assessed the impact of the admixture of seawater on DOC, Fe and REY associated with inorganic and organic nanoparticles and colloids (NPCs) present in tropical rivers, using Rio Solimões and Rio Negro, which are particularly rich in inorganic and organic NPCs, respectively, as river water endmembers.

Rio Negro, Rich Life in Poor Water by Michael Goulding The Geomorphology of Desert Dunes (Routledge Physical Environment Series) by Nicho Lancaster Physics and Modelling of Wind Erosion (Atmospheric and Oceanographic Sciences Library, Volume 23) (Atmospheric and Oceanographic Sciences Library, V.

22) by Yaping Shao. Goulding M, Carvalho ML, Ferreira EG () Rio Negro: Rich life in poor water: Amazonian diversity and foodplain ecology as seen through fish communities.

SPB Academic Publishing, The Hague. Google Scholar. They are arguably the darkest waters in the entire Amazon and have extremely low conductivity, yet despite the poor mineral content the region is home to a vast richness of biodiversity; more can be read about this in the publication “Rio Negro, rich life in poor water.

Rio Negro: Rich Life in Poor Water. Both these can be pretty difficult to purchase, but inter-library loans are ususally successful in obtaining them. To these I would add "Fish Communities in Tropcal Freshwaters" by R.H.

Lowe-McConnell published by Longman inand "Ecological studies in Tropical Fish Communities" by the same author. Rio Negro, Rich Life in Poor Water by Michael Goulding (1 times) The Ecology of Power: Culture, Place and Personhood in the Southern Amazon, AD by Michael J.

Heckenberger (1 times) Tijgers op de Ararat: natuurhistorische reisverhalen by Anne S. Troelstra (1 times). *#The Rivers Amazon, Shoumatoff, Alex,Sierra Club Books, San Francisco The Cloud Forest, Peter Matthiessen, Los Passos Perdidos, Allejo Carpentier, A good novel in Spanish about the Amazon.

Tropical Forest Descriptions *# Rio Negro, Rich Life in Poor Water, Goulding Michael, SPB Academic Publishing,ISBN. Río Negro, rich life in poor water: Amazonian diversity and food-chain ecology as seen through fish communities – Goulding et al C.E.

Fish Essentials 27th December Ichthyology 1 Comment biotope fishes habitat Rio Negro.At the right of the image is the Rio Branco (White River), which is the largest tributary of the Rio Negro. The difference in water color is controlled by the source regions.

Black-water rivers derive entirely from soils of lowland forests, rich in leaves and other decaying organic matter.The so-called "blackwaters" of the Amazonian Rio Negro are rich in highly coloured dissolved organic carbon (DOC), but ion-poor and very acidic, conditions that would cause fatal ionoregulatory failure in most fish.

However these blackwaters .