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  • Catalogue No : 37108
  • ISBN : 9781472960351
  • Published : 2014
  • Cover : Hardback
  • Pages : 43


Third volume in this new series on British natural history. A definitive single-volume study of this topical subject. Includes detailed information on each of the huge variety of river-types found in Britain and their fauna and flora, discussion of individual examples both large and small, and crucial insights into their maintenance and the dangers of their mismanagement. Essential reading for serious conservationist and interested layman alike.

Chapters include: Rivers through the ages; The making and shaping of our rivers; Assessing the health of our rivers; River macrophytes; Plants of river banks, floodplains and valley sides; Small creatures without backbones: macroinvertebrates in our rivers; Fish and frogs: cold-blooded vertebrates found in our rivers; Fur and feathers: birds and mammals of our rivers; Comparison of three rivers: Meon, Dee and Endrick.


New copy but with torn dust jacket (in removable protective sleeve).

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