Fishes of Antarctica: A Biological Overview

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Guido Di Prisco, Eva Pisano, Andrew Clarke
Springer, 1998 - Nature - 363 pages
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This book represents the state-of-the-art of Antarctic fish research, as a result of multidisciplinary approaches and multinational collaborative efforts. Of particular interest is, therefore, the interaction between traditional taxonomists, evolutionary biologists, physiologists and molecular scientists. Several chapters present, for the first time, a comparative analysis between the Antarctic and Arctic ichthyofauna. The difference in the two polar environments entail important implications in the mechanisms of adaptation in fish.

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Andrew D. Clarke (MA, Ph.D., University of Cambridge) is Senior Lecturer in New Testament at Kings College, University of Aberdeen. He is currently the Chairman of the Tyndale House Council.

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