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About this book
About this book
Comprehensive look, encompassing the work of many internationally recognised experts, at the biology and exploitation of estuarine fishes and their habitats.
Introduction Description Of Habitats Recruitment Processes Of Commercial Spp. To Estuaries And Associated Habitats Feeding And Trophic Interactions Rare And Endangered Species Estuarine Development/Habitat Loss Environmental Quality Of Estuaries Field Methods Data Analysis And Interpretation Summary
Dr Mike Elliott and Krystal L. Hemingway are both based at the Institute of Estuarine and Coastal Studies, University of Hull, U. K.
636 pages, Bw photos, illus, figs, tabs, maps
This book is impressive because it is so comprehensive and yet usable... Fishes in Estuaries should be the first book to be consulted by anyone, including fishers, scientists and managers, seeking information about estuarine fishes, and should be on all their bookshelves! Fish and Fisheries "It is anticipated that the findings of this book could be used to provide ecologically based guidelines for the preservation, restoration, and management of fish populations... this book would be a useful addition to the bookshelf of anyone interested in estuarine fishes." Copeia "This book provides a highly practical and valuable synthesis on fishes in esturies... It provides the reader with a good starting point to the wealth of divers information on the subject. Its logical layout means that the book is easy to dip onto to find the desired pointers. As such, it is an excellent standard text and will be widely used." Journal of Fish Biology