Propagated Fish in Resource Management

Propagated Fish in Resource Management

by Mary J. Nickum
     
 
Technical papers from a June 2003 symposium conducted by the American Fisheries Society and held in Boise, Idaho, present the latest work on the use of fish culture as a tool for fisheries resource management. The papers not only define appropriate roles for fish culture, but also delineate biological constraints. In general, contributors caution that stocking

Overview

Technical papers from a June 2003 symposium conducted by the American Fisheries Society and held in Boise, Idaho, present the latest work on the use of fish culture as a tool for fisheries resource management. The papers not only define appropriate roles for fish culture, but also delineate biological constraints. In general, contributors caution that stocking practices should be aligned with science-based fisheries management plans that encompass a comprehensive resource management approach. Risk evaluation, managing imperiled and introduced fish, and hatchery reform are some subjects discussed. There is no subject index. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781888569698
Publisher:
American Fisheries Society
Publication date:
01/28/2004
Series:
American Fisheries Society Symposium Ser
Pages:
644

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