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Trout and Salmon Ecology, Conservation and Rehabilitation

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By: DT Crisp
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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
Trout and Salmon
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Relates the science to the practical issues of human impact on salmonids and their habitat and considers the general philosophy underlying practical conservation, rehabilitation and improvement programmes.

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Life cycles and general biology of salmon and trout - essential chemical and physical background; Environmental requirements and limitations for intragravel stages, juveniles and smolts, adults and spawning; The manner in which man's activities impinge on salmonid biology; Basic principles underlying the assessment, conservation, rehabilitation and improvement of salmonid habitat.

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D. Trevor Crisp is a consultant, formerly employed by the Freshwater Biological Association / Institute of Freshwater Ecology, U.K.
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