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From the Publisher"An inspiring book dedicated to an immensely influential scientist, Daniel Pauly, who convinced his colleagues, that ‘thinking big’ and developing generic tools, global data-bases as well as innovative ecological ideas, can empower scientists and forge a better future for marine fisheries. A coherent collection of essays by renowned authors that jointly explains ecosystem approaches to fisheries, a pure delight."
Philippe Cury, Institut de Recherche pour le Développement
"The area of scholarship conjured by this title is one of growing practical importance with a burgeoning literature, but much of it of questionable professional standard. This is different: sixteen chapters written by well- respected scientists, all acknowledging inspiration by Professor Daniel Pauly. It is not comprehensive – the subject is too young to allow that – but the wide-ranging articles are stimulating and point the rest of us in a productive direction, covering broad marine ecological issues, management problems and what the editors call “the human side”: good use of coastal resources, localised fisheries, capacity building and economics."
Dr. Sidney Holt