New fish populations as evidence of climate chage in former dry areas of the Pampa Region ( Southern South America).

Gómez, Sergio Enrique and Trenti, Patricia S. and Menni, Roberto C. (2004) New fish populations as evidence of climate chage in former dry areas of the Pampa Region ( Southern South America). Physis (Buenos Aires), Secc. B, 59(136-13), pp. 43-44.

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Abstract

Water bodies located at 34º 58' S, 62º 58' W formed after 1980 by 30 % increasing rainfall during the last half century, were colonized by ten fish species which are a subset of the commonest species living in the pampasic lagunas. These new populations imply a displacement of the West of Pampasian fishes to areas of the western basins previously lacking fish.

Item Type: Article
Title: New fish populations as evidence of climate chage in former dry areas of the Pampa Region ( Southern South America).
Personal Creator/Author:
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Gómez, Sergio Enriquesgomez@macn.gov.ar
Trenti, Patricia S.
Menni, Roberto C.guiomarvucetich@ciudad.com.ar
Corporate Creator/Author: Asociación Argentina de Ciencias Naturales
Journal or Publication Title: Physis (Buenos Aires), Secc. B
Volume: 59
Number: 136-13
Page Range: pp. 43-44
Date: 2004
Publisher: Asociación Argentina de Ciencias Naturales
Projects: ProBiota : Programa para el estudio y uso sustentable de la biota austral) - Serie Documentos Relacionados
Additional Information: Debe citarse: GÓMEZ, S. E.; P. S. TRENTI & R. C. MENNI. 2001(2004). New fish populations as evidence of climate chage in former dry areas of the Pampa Region ( Southern South America). Physis, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Secc. B, 59(136-137): 43-44. ISSN 0325-0350. Deposited by: Facultad de Ciencias Naturales y Museo, Universidad Nacional de La Plata
Uncontrolled Keywords: Argentina; Pampas; Ichthyology; Ictiología; Populations; Poblaciones; Colonization; Colonización; Climate change; Cambio climático; Dispersal; Dispersión.
Subjects: Biology
Limnology
Item ID: 1872
Depositing User: Dr. Hugo Luis López
Date Deposited: 08 Mar 2009 13:42
Last Modified: 09 Dec 2010 16:06
URI: http://aquaticcommons.org/id/eprint/1872

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