Marine Parasitology

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ISBN-13: 978-0643090255
ISBN-10: 0643090258
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Editorial Reviews


“This volume will be useful not only to those involved in marine biological research, but to biologists in general who wish to add another dimension to their backgrounds." (John J. McDermott, The Quarterly Review of Biology)

"The editor of this book, Professor Klaus Rohde…has to be congratulated on having achieved publication of such a unique monograph. It offers a very thorough review of the present knowledge on virtually all marine parasites and most of what concerns their biology and ecology." (Jiri Lom, Folia Parasitologica)

"This work should be considered the standard in its field. Individuals interested in parasites in any natural system would be rewarded by referring to this work. The rigor of the material presented is appropriate for scientifically sophisticated readers. Highly recommended." (Choice)

"I think this is a very important piece of work. I would strongly urge anyone with an interest in marine parasites, and marine biologists in general, to purchase it for your own bookshelf." (Gerald W. Esch, American Society of Parasitologists)

"This is a beautiful book, and I recommend it for everybody with an interest in marine ecology." (Peter Heuch, Monoculus, newsletter of the World Association for Copepodologists)

About the Author

Klaus Rohde is Professor Emeritus at the University of New England, Australia, and the author of the well-known book Ecology of Marine Parasites. As editor of Marine Parasitology he has assembled contributions by 75 scientists from around the world, all leaders in their fields.

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