Causes and effects of the Lake Victoria ecological revolution

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Causes and effects of the Lake Victoria ecological revolution

Type: Doctoral Thesis
Title: Causes and effects of the Lake Victoria ecological revolution
Author: Goudswaard, Pleun Cornelis
Publisher: Institute of Biology Leiden (IBL), Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Leiden University
Issue Date: 2006-09-06
Keywords: Catfish
Caridina nilotica
Lake Victoria
Nile perch
Predation shift
Species introduction
Species replacement
Abstract: Nile perch was introduced in Lake Victoria in the 1950s and exploded in number during the 1980s. The process of colonization of the lake by this predatory fish is described and explained. The changes in a number of other fauna elements of Lake Victoria are described and explained. Not only Nile perch is to blame for these changes. Human influence by introducing other fish species, fisheries and agricultural practices have their impact
Description: Promotor: J.J. Videler, Co-promotor: F. Witte
With summary in Dutch
Faculty: Faculteit der Wiskunde en Natuurwetenschappen
Citation: Goudswaard, P.C., 2006, Doctoral thesis, Leiden University

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