The proceedings of the Third National Reservoir Fisheries Symposium held in 1995 is well illustrated with the expansion of traditional concerns for managing reservoirs. The 47 papers are concerned with managing reservoirs for often conflicting uses in an era when public involvement in planning and policymaking is growing and requires managers to consider social concerns along with habitat and fish.
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