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The Rockfishes of the Northeast Pacific

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By: Milton S Love, Mary Yoklavich and Lyman Thorsteinson
404 pages, Col photos, b/w photos, col illus, bw illus, figs, tabs, maps
The Rockfishes of the Northeast Pacific
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  • The Rockfishes of the Northeast Pacific ISBN: 9780520234383 Paperback Dec 2002 Out of Print #133179
  • The Rockfishes of the Northeast Pacific ISBN: 9780520234376 Hardback Aug 2002 Out of Print #133178
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About this book

Provides the most comprehensive coverage of this diverse group of fishes to date. The first part of the book presents an overview of rockfish systematics, biology, ecology, and fisheries. The second part contains a key to identifying each species followed by detailed species accounts including information on appearance, life history, and fishery status.

Contents

Acknowledgements Preface Introduction PART 1. The Biology of Rockfishes 1. What is a Rockfish? 2. What We Call Them and Why 3. Rockfish Evolution - Who, When and Where? 4. Where Do They Live? 5. Reproduction 6. Ecology of Pelagic Larvae and Juveniles 7. Juvenile Settlement 8. Movement and Activity Patterns 9. Age and Growth 10. Parasites 11. Physical Abnormalities and Diseases 12. Fisheries and Conservation PART 2. The Key PART 3. Species Accounts References Maps Appendices Glossary Index Reviewers and Personal Communicators Contributing Authors Photographers/Artists Author!Author!

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Biography

Milton S. Love is Associate Research Biologist at the Marine Science Institute at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He is the author of Probably More Than You Want to Know About the Fishes of the Pacific Coast (1996), and other works. Mary Yoklavich is an award-winning Research Biologist who leads the Habitat Ecology Team of NOAA's National Marine Fisheries Service Santa Cruz Laboratory. Lyman Thorsteinson is Deputy Director of the U.S. Geological Survey's Western Fisheries Research Center in Seattle.

Out of Print
By: Milton S Love, Mary Yoklavich and Lyman Thorsteinson
404 pages, Col photos, b/w photos, col illus, bw illus, figs, tabs, maps
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A major landmark contribution to fisheries science and fish ecology. Rockfish populations are in a severe decline throughout the Northeastern Pacific, and the need for a deep understanding of their biology, ecology, and management has never been more critical. This book addresses all aspects of our current knowledge of this diverse and interesting group of groundfish species, and it is written clearly and with humor. An outstanding work!-Larry G. Allen, California State University, Northridge "Quite simply the best account ever of the fascinating, diverse, and valuable rockfishes. If you are interested in the marine fishes of the Pacific Coast, you need this book."-Peter B. Moyle, author of Inland Fishes of California

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