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Title Migration : mechanisms and adaptive significance / edited by Mary Ann Rankin ; in association with David Checkley .. [and others]..

Publication Info. Port Aransas, Tex. : Marine Science Institute, The University of Texas at Austin, [1985]


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 University of Saint Joseph: Pope Pius XII Library - Standard Shelving Location  591.52 M636M    Check Shelf
Description xii, 868 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm.
Series Contributions in marine science ; v. 27, Suppl.
Contributions in marine science ; v. 27, Suppl.
Note Cover title.
Proceedings of a symposium held 30 October to 2 November 1983 at the University of Texas Marine Science Institute at Port Aransas, Tex., as a part of the centennial celebration of the University of Texas.--Pref.
Bibliography Includes bibliographies and index.
Contents Migration, behavioral and ecological / John S. Kennedy -- Migration and life histories / Hugh Dingle -- Vertical migrations in the oceanic realm : possible causes and probable effects / M.V. Angel -- Experimental approaches to the study of vertical migration of zooplankton / Mark Huntley -- Adaptive value of vertical migration : comments on the predation hypothesis and some alternatives / W. Charles Kerfoot -- Comparative mechanisms of algal movement in relation to phytoplankton production / S.I. Heaney, C. Butterwick -- Diel vertical migration by dinoflagellates : roles of carbohydrate metabolism and behavioral flexibility / John J. Cullen -- Nutrient-induced migrations of blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) / Andrew R. Klemer -- Differential migration of cryptophyceae in Lake Constance / Ulrich Sommer -- A survey of protozoan laboratory temperature studies applied to marine dinoflagellate behavior from a field perspective / Daniel Kamykowski -- Evolution and mechanisms of mass single-file migration in spiny lobster : synopsis / William F. Herrnkind -- Migratory molluscs, with emphasis on swimming and orientation in the sea hare, Aplysia / P.V. Hamilton -- Adaptive significance of short-range diel migration differences in a seagrass-meadow snail population / Christopher L. Kitting -- Directional movement in a sea star (Oreaster reticulatus) : adaptive significance and ecological consequences / Robert E. Scheibling -- Factors influencing the limits of migratory movements in terrestrial crustaceans / Thomas G. Wolcott, Donna L. Wolcott -- The role of migrations in the life history evolution of fish / William C. Leggett -- Comparative migratory and reproductive strategies of the sympatric anadromous coregonine species of James Bay / Julian J. Dodson, Yvan Lambert, Louis Bernatchez -- Oceanic migrations of Atlantic eels (Anguilla spp.) : adults and their offspring / James D. McCleave, Robert C. Kleckner -- Migration and utilization of estuarine nurseries by juvenile fishes : an evolutionary perspective / J.M. Miller, L.B. Crowder, M.L. Moser -- Homing and the evolution of sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) / Thomas P. Quinn -- An overview of dispersal in non-volant small mammals / William Z. Lidicker, Jr. -- The evolution of sexual differences in natal dispersal : a test of Greenwood's hypothesis / Charles A. Brandt -- Endocrine influences on natal dispersal in Belding's ground squirrels (Spermophilus beldingi) / K.E. Holekamp, H.B. Simpson, L. Smale -- Migrations and dispersal of bats (Chiroptera) / M. Brock Fenton, Donald W. Thomas -- Sex-specific dynamics of aggregation and dispersal in reptiles and amphibians / A. Ross Kiester -- Seasonal migration and nesting site fidelity in the green iguana / B.C. Bock, A.S. Rand, G.M. Burghardt -- Long range movements of large terrestrial mammals / Dale R. McCullough -- Exploration and navigation : the foundation of vertebrate migration / R. Robin Baker ocean in the early spread of man / T. Heyerdahl --
Subject Animal migration -- Congresses.
Human beings -- Migrations -- Congresses.
Behavior, Animal -- Congresses.
Orientation -- Congresses.
Added Author Rankin, Mary Ann Richmond.
University of Texas Marine Science Institute.
ISBN (pbk.)
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