SPEC 3. Eutrophication.................... £24.00
Eutrophication: Research and Application to Water Supply
edited by D.W. Sutcliffe & J.G. Jones, 1992. ISBN 978-0900386-52-7
Sewn and bound between soft covers, 245 x 186 mm, 224pp.
[The volume contains invited papers from speakers at a specialised conference held in London (UK) on 10-11 December 1991 by the FBA and IWSA. The conference programme combined a balance between theory and its application to management in Belgium, Britain, Denmark, France, Germany, Switzerland and The Netherlands]
SPEC 5. Microbiological Quality of Water ..................... £32.00
The Microbiological Quality of Water
edited by D.W. Sutcliffe, 1997. ISBN 978-0900386-57-2
Sewn and bound between soft covers, 245 x 170 mm, 144pp.
[The volume contains invited papers from speakers at a specialised conference held in London on 12-13 December 1995 by the FBA and IWSA. The conference programme combined a balance between theory and its application to management]
SPEC 6. English Lakes: summary and source book ..................... £12.00
Some English Lakes as Diverse and Active Ecosystems: a Factual Summary and Source Book
compiled and edited by J.F. Talling, 1999. ISBN 978-0900386-59-6
A5 saddle-stitched between soft covers, 80pp.
[The text provides a concise summary of scientific studies on the lakes and tarns of the English Lake District (Cumbria), with 506 numbered references]
SPEC 7. Aquatic life cycle strategies ..................... £20.00
Aquatic Life Cycle Strategies: Survival in a Variable Environment
edited by M. Whitfield, J. Matthews & C. Reynolds, 1999. ISBN 0 903241 07 2
Published by the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. Sewn and bound between soft covers, 240 x 163 mm, vii + 149pp.
[The volume contains invited papers from speakers at a specialised conference held at the University of Plymouth on 14-17 April 1997 by the FBA, MBA and SAMS].
SPEC 8. Assessing the Biological Quality of Fresh Waters ..................... NEW PRICE 1 May 2012: softback £16.00, hardback £40.00
Assessing the Biological Quality of Fresh Waters: RIVPACS and Other Techniques
Edited by J.F. Wright, D.W. Sutcliffe & M.T. Furse, 2000. ISBN 978-0900386-62-6
Sewn and bound, 250 x 170 mm, 400pp.
[This book presents an account of developments in predictive bioassessment systems for classifying and monitoring fresh waters, based on macroinvertebrates.It is based on an international workshop of invited scientists from 23 countries that took place in Oxford in 1997.]
SPEC 9. Microbial Diversity in Priest Pot ..................... £24.00
Microbial Diversity in Priest Pot: a Productive Pond in the English Lake District
by B.J. Finlay & S.C. Maberly, 2000. ISBN 978-0900386-64-0
Published in collaboration with the NERC Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Windermere. Saddle-stitched between soft covers, 246 x 174 mm, 73pp.
[This booklet summarises current knowledge and understanding of the complex interrelationships that exist between micro-organisms and the environment in Priest Pot – a small, shallow pond in the English Lake District which has been studied for more than 50 years.]
SPEC 10. The Phytoplankton of Windermere..................... £24.00
The Phytoplankton of Windermere (English Lake District)
by C.S. Reynolds & A.E. Irish, 2000. ISBN 978-0900386-65-7
Published in collaboration with the NERC Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Windermere. Saddle-stiched between soft covers, 246 x 174 mm, 73pp.
[This booklet provides a factual guide to almost a century's work on the phytoplankton of Windermere – the largest natural lake in England.]
SPEC 11. Windermere..................... £12.00
Windermere: Restoring the Health of England's Largest Lake
by A.D. Pickering, 2001. ISBN 978-0900386-68-8
Published on behalf of the The Lake District Still Waters Partnership. Saddle-stitched between soft covers, 246 x 171 mm, x + 126 pp. with 75 colour & black-and-white illustrations.
[This book provides a summarised account of the history and natural history of Windermere, including the decline in the health of the lake ecosystem in the second half of the twentieth century and the subsequent efforts to restore it. Written in language that is accessible to the less technically-minded as well as to scientists and students of lakes and their catchments, the book will appeal to anyone who has an interest in lakes or the English Lake District.]
SPEC 12. Testate Amoebae..................... £10.00
Guide to the Identification of Soil Protozoa – Testate Amoebae
by K.J. Clarke, 2003. ISBN 978-0900386-69-5
Published in collaboration with NERC Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Windermere. Size 245 x 172 mm, 40pp. with 15 black-and-white illustrations.
[This guide will be of interest to freshwater biologists, as the species described occur in freshwater environments – particularly where there is little flow of water. It also serves as a useful introduction to FBA Scientific Publication 34 and "A New Key to Freshwater and Soil Gymnamoebae, with Instructions for Culture", by F.C. Page (see note to SP34).
SPEC 13. Chironomid Pupal Exuviae..................... £23.00
A Guide to the Identification of Genera of Chironomid Pupal Exuviae occurring in Britain and Ireland (including common genera from Northern Europe) and their use in monitoring lotic and lentic fresh waters
by R.S. Wilson & L.P. Ruse, 2005. ISBN 978-0900386-73-2
Size 245 x 171 mm; 176pp, including Frontispiece and four other pages in colour.
SPEC 14. Algae of South Wales..................... £20.00
A Guide to the Freshwater, Brackish and Marine Algae of South Wales, UK
by K .Benson-Evans & R. Antoines, 1996. ISBN 0-9520432-4-6
Published by Bioline, University of Wales, Cardiff. Size, 297 x 210 mm, 388 pp.
[Illustrations and ecological notes describing the main Phyla and Orders of Algae found in South Wales.] All proceeds from the sale of the book have been donated to the FBA by the Estate of Dr Kathryn Benson-Evans.
SPEC 15. The World of Lakes : Lakes of the World.................... £25
The World of Lakes : Lakes of the World
by Mary J Burgis and Pat Morris, with illustrations by Guy Troughton , 2007. ISBN 978-0-900386-76-3; ISSN 1747-1958.
Size, 244 x 170 mm, 281 pp.
The World of Lakes explains the properties of lake water, the formation of lakes, their dramatic seasonal patterns, and the communities of plants and animals that they support. The remarkable variety of the world's lakes is then described: from the frozen lakes of Antarctica, which face perpetual cold and prolonged darkness, to the rich warm waters of equatorial Africa. Having provided a picture of lakes as dynamic but delicate habitats, the authors discuss the crucial question of conservation.