Biodiversity & Conservation

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Aprahamian, M.W., Aprahamian, C.D., Baglinière, J.L., Sabatié, R. & Alexandrino, P., (2003). Alosa alosa and Alosa fallax spp. Literature Review and Bibliography. R&D Technical Report W1-014/TR, Environment Agency

FishBase, (2000). FishBase. A global information system on fishes. [On-line] http://www.fishbase.org, 2001-05-03 00:00:00

Henderson, P.A., (2003). Background information on species of shad and lamprey. Countryside Council for Wales, Bangor. (CCW Marine Monitoring Report No.7).

Hiscock, K. & Jones, H., (2004). Testing criteria for assessing ‘national importance’ of marine species, biotopes (habitats) and landscapes. Report to Joint Nature Conservation Committee from the Marine Life Information Network (MarLIN). Plymouth, Marine Biological Association of the UK. [JNCC Contract no. F90-01-681]

Howson, C.M. & Picton, B.E. (ed.), (1997). The species directory of the marine fauna and flora of the British Isles and surrounding seas. Belfast: Ulster Museum. [Ulster Museum publication, no. 276.]

Potts, G.W. & Swaby, S.E., (1991). Evaluation of the conservation requirements of rarer British marine fishes. Final report to the Nature Conservancy Council. , Peterborough: Joint Nature Conservation Committee.

Sewell, J. & Hiscock, K., (2005). Effects of fishing within UK European Marine Sites: guidance for nature conservation agencies. Report to the Countryside Council for Wales, English Nature and Scottish Natural Heritage from the Marine Biological Association. Plymouth, Marine Biological Association. [CCW Contract FC 73-03-214A].

Wheeler, A., (1969). The fishes of the British Isles and north-west Europe. London: Macmillan.

Whitehead, P.J.P., Bauchot, M.-L., Hureau, J.-C., Nielson, J. & Tortonese, E. (1986). Fishes of the North-eastern Atlantic and the Mediterranean. Vol. I, II & III. Paris: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO).