Freshwater Fisheries Management. 2nd Edition

  • ID: 2181787
  • Book
  • 256 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The new edition of this widely successful text continues to offer a wealth of essential information and practical guidance for all involved in freshwater fisheries management in temperate regions. Whilst the whole text has been fully revised and many sections have been completely rewritten to cover the many advances and developments of the last decade, the clarity of presentation and accessibility of style, hallmarks of the previous edition, are retained. Once more, the text is primarily concerned with the British Isles. However, the principles described and examples given are widely applicable in many other countries.
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Part 1 – The Resource;.

The aquatic environment;.

Water quality;.

Basic fish biology;.

Food and food chains;.

Monitoring and controlling fish stocks;.

Fish mortality;.

Part 2: Management Techniques and Methods;.

Management of coarse fisheries;.

Management of salmonid fisheries;.

Construction of stillwaters;.

Maintenance of stillwaters;.

Control of aquatic plants;.

Habitat improvement in still and running waters;.

Bankside vegetation;.

Control of pests and predators;.

Protection of fish stocks by regulations;.

Part 3: Exploitation ;.

Angling requirements;.

Formation and management of angling clubs;.

Commercial exploitation of coarse fish;.

Crayfish farming;.

Other uses of the aquatic environment;.

Appendices – Administration of freshwater fisheries;.

Careers;.

National organisations;.

Fisheries grants;.

Legislation;.

Genetic developments and salmonid fishery management;.

Conversion factors;.

Common animal and plant names wih scientific equivalents

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Robin G. Templeton
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