Author Archives: Adam Kapler

Fish migrations in the context of Poland

We associate spring and autumn with bird migrations. Nevertheless, other organisms, including so-called bi-environmental fish, [...]

Adam Kapler
Diazotrophic cyanobacteria in the service of haptophytes – where the nitroplast came from

Nitrogen is one of the primary biogenic elements responsible for the eutrophication of surface waters. [...]

Adam Kapler
Alternative reproductive tactics

Spring in our climate zone is the time of reproduction for most organisms, but it [...]

Adam Kapler
Hunting ban on four more waterfowl species

Life for hunters 60 years ago was simpler. The coots were legally hunted all year [...]

Adam Kapler
Lower Oder Valley National Park in questions and answers

In Water Matters we wrote about plans to establish another national park: The Lower Oder [...]

Adam Kapler
Tales – water as arche

Sage Thales, when once a spectator of the agon, Thou, O Zeus-Helios, didst snatch from [...]

Adam Kapler
Fish larvae

When we hear of vertebrate larvae, we think primarily of amphibian tadpoles. You can read [...]

Adam Kapler
Gene banks not just for fish

There are gene banks (germplasm repositories, or germplasm repositories), which collect resources of plants and [...]

Adam Kapler
Winter burbot spawning

The burbot Lota lota is a true mallard among fish, as it is the only [...]

Adam Kapler

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