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By Stephan Gollasch

ISBN-10: 1402050461

ISBN-13: 9781402050466

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Maritime canals dissolve average limitations to the dispersal of marine organisms, hence offering them with many possibilities for usual dispersal, in addition to for shipping-mediated shipping. The advent of alien species proved to be essentially the most profound and destructive anthropogenic deeds - concerning either ecological and financial expenditures. This booklet is the 1st to match the affects of the 3 imperative maritime canals Kiel, Panama, Suez as invasion hall for alien biota. the 3 fluctuate of their geographic destinations, hydrological regimes, and of their permeability to alien biota.

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1, Fig. 20). The banks are built with bricks and gravel; some sections have concrete (Arndt 1931/32). 1 Topography The canal was cut through a terrain ranging from 25 m above to 3 m below sea level. At the western Elbe entrance an extensive region of estuarine marshland, coastal moorlands, grass land, forest and boggy soils occurs. Bog, lakes, creeks and small rivers intersect the canal for up to 50 km of its length. A dam separates the canal from the Eider River (see Eiderkanal above). The easternmost stretch is made up of glacial moraines (Arndt 1931/32, Ax 1955).

16). Fig. 15. The first large merchant vessel, the Palatia, passes the bridge at Grünental on June 5 th 1895 during the testing and training phase preceding the canal opening. The vessel is seen releasing ballast water in the canal. The old Grünental Bridge was replaced by a new bridge in 1986. Photo courtesy of Walter Schulz, Brunsbüttel, Germany (Schulz 1995). Kiel Canal 23 The canal locks and embankments were decorated with flags, wreaths and garlands. In the early morning of June 20th 1895 the German imperial yacht Hohenzollern with Emperor Wilhelm II aboard entered the lock at Brunsbüttel (North Sea) (Fig.

It had been seen spawning in one of the tributaries of the canal, the Haaler Au (Bley 1989) and Czerny (1995) considers its frequency of occurrence in the entire canal in the range of 11,100 specimens since 1984. However, near the locks of Holtenau, Kardel (1995) reported several specimens caught as by-catches of the silver eel night fishery in the mid 1980s. Up to seven specimens were captured per night. Nellen and Dehus (1985) present a map on which records are given for the Todenbüttler Au (which drains into the canal) and from the canal itself near the mouths of the rivers Wehrau and Besdorfer Bach.

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