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Re: Fishery Textbook

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Eyðfinn Magnussen <[log in to unmask]>

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Mon, 9 May 2005 14:14:21 +0100

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I my teaching in fishery Biology, I have used both Wooton s Ecology of Teleost Fishes and Marine Fisheries Ecology. written by Jennings, Kaiser, and Reynolds.

I can recommend both of them

Especially Marine Fisheries Ecology have be good fore our course, because it contain both assessment and fish ecology. Additionally it take focus in the fishery in the North Atlantic.

Ecology of Teleost Fishes, on the other hand are only partly dealing with the assessment problematic, but it's ecology part is good, and in many cases better than in Marine Fisheries Ecology. Unfortunately for us, the basement is often in freshwater and tropical environment. Therefore we change to Marine Fisheries Ecology.

Regard
Ey­finn Magnussen
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Can anyone suggest a fisheries textbook that recently has been effectively
used to teach (or learn) an overview of the entire range of fishery
science? I am considering using Jennings, Kaiser, and Reynolds. 2001.
Marine Fisheries Ecology as a text that would be used to teach a survey
course to biological oceanography and environmental science graduate
students (students who will not become traditional fishery biologists).

Has anyone used this book as a text, and can you offer your opinions. Does
anyone have a suggestion for a better text? What are considered the best
recently available (or older standard) fisheries textbooks? Also, can
anyone please point me toward any available (online) class outlines or
syllabi that would jump start my design of such a class?

I will be glad to compile responses and make them available to others who
are contemplating teaching a survey course in fisheries.

Thank you,

Randy

Randy E. Edwards, Ph.D.
Research Fish Ecologist

University of South Florida, College of Marine Science
USGS Center For Coastal & Watershed Studies
600 Fourth Street South
St. Petersburg, FL 33701-4846
Phone: 727/803-8747 (x3069)
FAX: 727/803-2031
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Do not tell fish stories where the people know you; but particularly, don't

tell them where they know the fish. [Mark Twain]

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