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Salmonid Fisheries Freshwater Habitat Management

Edited By: Paul Kemp
328 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
Salmonid Fisheries
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  • Salmonid Fisheries ISBN: 9781405183963 Hardback Jun 2010 Usually dispatched within 5 days
Price: £164.25
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In recent years there has been considerable interest and work carried out in the area of habitiat management and remedial work in streams and rivers across the globe in an effort to benefit stocks on salmon and trout, which in many areas have seen declining wild populations. This important book brings together contributions from many internationally renowned experts, highlighting many key aspects of the subject.

Themes running through the book include habitat requirements for salmonids, catchment management, riparian zone management, within-channel habitat management, organisation, funding and execution of management work, monitoring and evaluation, and a conclusions section drawing together the book's main themes.


Dr Richard Shelton, Research Director of the Atlantic Salmon Trust.Setting the scene.Dr John Armstrong, Fisheries Research Services, Pitlochry.Habitat requirements of salmonids.Professor Malcolm Newson,. University of Newcastle.Catchment-wide management.Dr David Montgomery, University of Washington, Seattle, USA.To be confirmed.Dr John Rinne, Rocky Mountain Research Station, USA.Riparian-zone management.Dr Terry Langford, University of Southampton.Woody debris and the life-history of the sea trout.Dr David Summers, Tay Fisheries Board.Fencing lowland rivers - will you get more fish?.Dylan Roberts, Game Conservancy Trust.Do salmonids respond to fencing upland rivers?.Dr Andreas Zitek, University of Agriculture, Vienna, Austria.The contribution of fish ladders to the rehabilitation of ecological integrity of running waters.Professor Larry Greenberg, Karlstads University, Sweden.Nature-like bypasses.Mark Sidebottom, Environment Agency, Winchester.Lymington River fish passage easements.Professor David Sear, University of Southampton.Within-channel management.Dr David Scruton, Fisheries and Oceans, Canada.Seal Cove River revisited - the stability of artificial salmonid habitat and associated fish populations 20 years after construction.Dr Paul Kemp, University of Southampton.Residential and migratory habitat use by juvenile salmonids - consideration of fine-scale behaviour.Dr Tim Jacklin, Wild Trout Trust.To be confirmed.James McCarthy, AMEC Americas Earth and Environmental, Canada.Can Engineering drawings create fish habitat?.Dr Phil Roni, National Marine Fisheries service, Seattle, USA.Monitoring and evaluation.Javier Lobon-Cervia, National Museum of Natural Sciences, Madrid, Spain.Recruitment as driver of temporal variations in the population size and production rates of stream brown trout; management implications.

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Paul Kemp, University of Southampton, UK Dylan Roberts and Nick Sotherton, Game Conservancy Trust, UK
Edited By: Paul Kemp
328 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
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