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Lake Prespa, north-western Greece

a unique Balkan wetland

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Published by Kluwer Academic Publishers in Dordrecht, Boston .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Prespa, Lake.,
  • Greece.
    • Subjects:
    • Wetland ecology -- Prespa, Lake.,
    • Wetland conservation -- Prespa, Lake.,
    • Wetland management -- Prespa, Lake.,
    • Wetland ecology -- Greece.,
    • Wetland conservation -- Greece.,
    • Wetland management -- Greece.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by Alain J. Crivelli & George Catsadorakis.
      SeriesDevelopments in hydrobiology ;, 122
      ContributionsCrivelli, Alain J., Catsadorakis, George.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQH151 .L35 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 196 p. :
      Number of Pages196
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL684653M
      ISBN 100792347951
      LC Control Number97031472

      In recent years, the topmouth gudgeon (Pseudorasbora parva) has been one of the most invasive fishes in Europe. Pseudorasbora parva can potentially affect ecosystems, fish communities, and particular fish species. Electrofishing was carried out over a five-year period at three study sites in the Ciemięga River (eastern Poland) before and after P. parva had been found in the : Jacek Rechulicz. Ancient European lakes are clustered within a radius of km around Lake Ohrid. Information concerning microbial diversity in these lakes is limited. We studied diversity of the dominant prokaryotic phylotypes in the sediments in one of these lakes, known as Lake Pamvotis. The analysis was performed in samples from two stations for four seasons of the same by: 2.

      Dr. Veterinarian Professor Department of Food Technology Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki, , Greece Author of book 1. Petridis D. (). Applied Statistics in food science, 4th ed. in the lake Mikri Prespa (North-western Greece)". Israel Journal of Zoology The cosmopolitan capital of Greece is one of the most interesting places to visit on earth. With a recorded history of over 3, years, Athens is a great destination for a city break with its plethora of sightseeing options, including the Acropolis, the Ancient Agora, the New Acropolis Museum and the Roman Agora. End the day exploring its wonders with a drink at one of the many bars or take Author: Ethel Dilouambaka.

      North Macedonia, officially the Republic of North Macedonia, is a country in the Balkan Peninsula in Southeast is one of the successor states of Yugoslavia, from which it declared independence in September under the name Republic of Macedonia.A landlocked country, North Macedonia has borders with Kosovo to the northwest, Serbia to the northeast, Bulgaria to the east, Greece to Capital and largest city: Skopje, 42°0′N 21°26′E / . Hotels in Macedonia, Greece Lingos is a centrally located hotel in Florina: a city in the north-western part of Greece. Lingos hotel provides a variety of rooms and suites that are decorated in the traditional classic styles. What are the best hotels in Macedonia near Mikri Prespa Lake?


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Lake Prespa, north-western Greece Download PDF EPUB FB2

The physical basis of the Lake Mikri Prespa systems: geology, climate, hydrology and water quality / G.E. Hollis & A.C. Stevenson --The soils / C.S.

Kosmas, N.G. Danalatos & N.K. Moustakas --The flora of Prespa National Park with emphasis on species of conservation interest / G. Pavlides --Aquatic and terrestrial vegetation of the Prespa area. North Western Greece, Central Greece, Southern Greece, and Asia Minor [Hunterian Museum] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. Excerpt: In B.C. Samos was one of the states that Author: Hunterian Museum. Lake Prespa, Northwestern Greece.

b; Crivelli & Catsadorakis, ), Lake Pamvotis in north-western Greece (Frogley et al., ;, Lake Vegoritis in northern Greece (vski & Keyser. The establishment and impact of Pseudorasbora parva, an exotic fish species introduced into Lake Mikri Prespa (north-western Greece).

Aquatic conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, Vol. 3: Scullos, M. and Hatzianestis, J. Dissolved and particulate trace metals in a wetland of international importance: Lake Mikri Prespa. This book celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of publication of one of the landmarks of the modern ecological thought: the "Homage to Santa Rosalia or why are there so many kinds of animals" by George Evelyn Hutchinson.

Lake Prespa, North-Western Greece. £ More Info. Intermediate Disturbance Hypothesis in Phytoplankton Ecology. The lakeland area holds a most important place in the south-west Balkans economically and north-western Greece book.

Three parallel ranges, running north and south, enclose Lakes Ochrid, Prespa, Little Prespa and until recently Malik (now artificially drained); and these lakes, being more than m above sea level, are exceptionally rich in fish and eels. Prespa Lake – Prespa Region Prespa Lakes region is the trans-boundary park and ecosystem of great significance thanks to its biodiversity and endemic species in the north-western corner of Greece, at meters above sea level, surrounded with mountain massifs, shared between Greece, Albania and Macedonia.

The Prespa nase, Chondrostoma prespensis, lives exclusively in Lakes Mikri and Megali Prespa in north-western Greece.

The Prespa nase fishery catches in both lakes began declining in the early. Western Greece awaits. A land of uplifting light & dazzling colors. Click on each area to discover its unique beauties, attractions and activities. In Lake Kaiafa with the therapeutic waters that come straight from the cave you will enjoy the most natural hydrotherapy with a.

Geography. The region of Western Macedonia is situated in north-western Greece, bordering with the regions of Central Macedonia (east), Thessaly (south), Epirus (west), and bounded to the north at the international borders of Greece with North Macedonia (Bitola, Resen and Novaci municipalities) and Albania (Korçë County).

Although it covers a total surface of 9, km 2 (3, sq mi) (% Capital: Kozani. The Prespa barbel, Barbus prespensis, a fish species endemic to the Prespa Lakes (north-western Greece).

Folia Zool. 21– Folia Zool. 21– Google ScholarCited by: Located in the north-western corner of Greece at metres above sea level and surrounded by mountains, the Prespa Lakes region is a natural park of great significance due to its biodiversity and endemic species.

Prespa is a transboundary park shared between Greece, Albania and North Macedonia. The main features of the region are the two lakes. Located in the north-western corner of Greece at metres above sea level and surrounded by mountains, the Prespa Lakes region is a natural park of great significance due to its biodiversity and endemic species.

Prespa is a transboundary park shared between Greece, Albania and Republic of Macedonia. The main features of the region are the two. The establishment and impact of Pseudorasbora parva, an exotic fish species introduced into Lake Mikri Prespa (north‐western Greece) Elisabeth Rosecchi; Alain J.

Crivelli; George Catsadorakis; Pages: ; First Published: September   Twenty-three taxa of fish have been identified fromthe Prespa lakes. Eleven of these have been introducedor translocated, and 7 of the remaining 12 are endemicto the Prespa lakes.

This high proportion of endemismrequires confirmation because the systematic positionof several of the species and subspecies remainsuncertain. The absence of a predatory fish in MikriPrespa, the Cited by: Loch Leven: 40 Years of Scientific Research examines 40 years of data from Loch Leven, a shallow lake in the lowlands of Scotland, UK, to gain a better understanding of the links between pollution, climate change and ecological response at the landscape scale.

A wide range of topics is presented, including long term changes in nutrient inputs Price Range: £ - £ Crivelli et al. (), detected PCBs in the eggs from two Pelican species living in the Lake Prespa, northwestern Greece, at much lower levels comparing to in a campaign carried out in the same area 5 years earlier, thus depicting decrease of pollution by by: The vascular flora of the Prespa National Park (Greece) has been critically revised.

species recorded after Pavlides () are listed. Some previously published records were found to be incorrect or dubious and should be deleted. As a result, species are now recorded for File Size: 1MB.

The Region of Ohrid and the Prespa Lakes, situated in south-western Europe (40°40’- 41°2'N latitude; 20°23’°16’E longitude), extends across the borders of Albania, Greece, and Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).Lake Ohrid and Prespa Lakes belong to a group of Dasseretes basins that originated from a geotectonic depression 2 to 5 million years ago on the western Dinarides.

Eggs of the Dalmatian pelican, Pelecanus crispus, collected from to at Lake Mikri Prespa, north-western Greece, contained residues of trace elements and PCBs at low concentrations, and of DDE at rather high is negatively related to eggshell thickness.

Eggshell thickness was reduced by 12–20% in comparison with the pre (before DDT use) eggshell by:. Organochlorine compounds in pelicans (Pelecanus crispus and Pelecanus onocrotalus) nesting at Lake Mikri Prespa, north-western Greece.

Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology Crivelli, A.J., Hatzilacou, D. and Catsadorakis, G. The breeding biology of the Dalmatian pelican Pelecanus crispus. Ibis (3): edit Introduction.

Located in the north-western corner of Greece at metres above sea level and surrounded by mountains, the Prespa Lakes region is a natural park of great significance due to its biodiversity and endemic species.

Prespa is a transboundary park/region shared between Greece, Albania and Macedonia. The main features of the region are the two lakes, that also gives the name .Lake Ohrid is somewhat larger that Lake Megali Prespa and covers an area of km 2 and at its deepest point is m.

As is the case for the Prespa lakes, Ohrid is surrounded by mountains with several peaks over metres above sea level, while Mount Galicica separates it from Prespa.