Index to Hydrobiologia Volumes 251-384 (1993-1999)

  title={Index to Hydrobiologia Volumes 251-384 (1993-1999)},
  author={Kathy Vandamme},
  pages={1 - 408}
  • K. Vandamme
  • Published 31 May 2000
  • Geology, Medicine
  • Hydrobiologia


Spawning migration of sea trout (Salmo trutta (L)) in a Danish river
From September to November in 1995 a total of 49 mature sea trout were caught and radio tagged in the estuary (Randers fjord) or at the river mouth of the River Gudenå in Eastern Jutland. The tagged
The macrobenthos of the pristine stream, Skiftesåa, Høylandet, Norway
The species composition of aquatic insects in theboreal stream, Skiftesåa, was investigated usingemergence traps, Malaise traps and kick samples. Atleast 13 Ephemeroptera, 16 Plecoptera, 25
Ethnobotany of seaweeds: clues to uses of seaweeds
  • I. Abbott
  • Environmental Science
  • 2004
Oriental cuisine incorporates many different species of seaweeds in a wide variety of ways, whereas commercial western uses depend upon extracts of wall materials to suspend, emulsify or stabilize a broad variety of foods and products.
The evolution of groundwater Cladocera
  • H. Dumont
  • Environmental Science
  • 2004
Cladocera occur in various types of groundwater, but are most common in the underflow of rivers. Numerous surface water species occasionally venture into groundwater; some chydorids are more common
Epilogue – one hundred years of nemertean research: Bürger (1895) to the present
The past one hundred years of research on nemerteans is reviewed, showing that many aspects of their biology are still virtually, if not totally, unknown, and theormous advances in many areas of scientificknowledge have not been paralleled by comparable gains in the authors' understanding of nemerTEans.
The budgets of nitrogen and phosphorus in shallow eutrophic Lake Võrtsjärv (Estonia)
The nutrient budget, phytoplankton primary productionand sedimentation rate were studied weekly in the large(270 km2) and shallow (mean depth 2.8 m)eutrophic Lake Võrtsjärv in 1995. The
A reclassification of the anomopod families Macrothricidae and Chydoridae, with the creation of a new suborder, the Radopoda (Crustacea: Branchiopoda)
A cascade of trunk-limb based characters are derived to derive a hypothesis on the evolution of the Radopoda, and a number of unifying characters are named for all macrothricid and chydorid-like anomopods, which are united in the new suborderRadopoda.
Additional records of rough periwinkles in northwest Scotland
  • D. Smith
  • Environmental Science
  • 2004
The status of the species of rough periwinkles has become relatively stable since the elevation of Littorina nigrolineata (now L. compressa (Reid, 1996)) to species status (Heller, 1975; Sacchi,
Biocontrol method in aquaculture for rearing the swimming crab larvae Portunus trituberculatus
The bacterial strain PM-4 (Thalassobacter utilis) improved the survival rate of crab larvae and suppressed the growth of Vibrio anguillarum (bacterium) and Haliphthoros sp.(fungus) in seawater.
Larval-rearing technology of marine species in Norway
Cultivation techniques of the marine cold waterspecies turbot, Atlantichalibut and Atlantic cod have been developed in Norway during the last decade and established hatchery techniques may beutilized for commercial production of cod juveniles if the production costs of cultivated cod is lower thanthe price obtained for wild caught cod.