Lakes and Rivers (Biomes of the Earth)

Lakes and Rivers (Biomes of the Earth)

Trevor Day


The geography and geology of lakes and rivers is an interesting topic. From plankton to greater fishes and flora and fauna, rivers and lakes are wealthy with biodiversity. The earliest civilizations have been established round rivers, together with the Nile, Tigris and Euphrates, and Indus and Huang Ho valleys. Illustrating the actual geography, hydrology, ecology, and human use of those components, "Lakes and Rivers" offers an outstanding review of the prior, current, and way forward for those habitats. This quantity concludes with a dialogue of threats to rivers and lakes, resembling overharvesting, results of damming, pollutants, and weather switch, in addition to how you can deal with and safeguard those habitats.

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