+44 1803 865913
Edited By: Geoff Moore and Simon Jennings
66 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
Provides a lively, timely and accessible account of fishing activities and their impacts on marine habitats, biodiversity and species of conservation concern. It covers fishing methods that range from trawling in the Antarctic to fishing with dynamite in the tropics.
This book provides an excellent introduction to some of the crucial issues in regard to the impact of commercial fishing on the marine environment. Sali Jayne Bache, Marine Turtle Newsletter, 2002 'A remarkably reasonable and constructive book.' Ausmarine Magazine, October 2007
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