Early Life History of Marine Fishes

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University of California Press, 2009 - Science - 364 pages
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"This is an original, superb synthesis that deserves to adorn the bookshelves of countless biologists in the world. The authors offer unique and original notions on functional morphology of larvae, larval features that play a key role during the evolution of fishes, the different patterns of larval and embryonic differentiation, and the complexities and underlying causation of population dynamics." --Karel F. Liem, Harvard University

"The Early Life History of Marine Fishes brings together in one book a useful summary of fish reproduction, and the development, ecology, and dynamics of early life history stages. With additional chapters on identification, systematic, field sampling, and culturing techniques, this book covers a lot of territory."--Lee A. Fuiman, University of Texas at Austin

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About the author (2009)

Bruce S. Miller is Professor Emeritus of the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences at the University of Washington. Arthur W. Kendall Jr., is a retired researcher for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

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