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Subject: New book from AFS: Inland Fisheries Management in North America, Third Edition
From: Gus Rassam <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Mon, 15 Nov 2010 11:10:50 -0500
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Inland Fisheries Management in North America, Third Edition

Wayne A. Hubert and Michael C. Quist, editors

736 pages, hardcover, index
Published by the American Fisheries Society
Publication date: October 2010
ISBN: 978-1-934874-16-5
$104.00 list price, $73.00 AFS members
To order: http://www.afsbooks.org/55060C

Summary

The book describes the conceptual basis and current management practices for
freshwater fisheries of North America. This third edition is written by an
array of new authors who bring novel and innovative perspectives. The book
incorporates recent technological and social developments and uses pertinent
literature to support the presented concepts and methods.

Covered topics include the process of fisheries management, fishery
assessments, habitat and community manipulations, and the common practices
for managing stream, river, lake, and reservoir fisheries. Chapters on
history, population dynamics, assessing fisheries, regulation of fisheries,
use of hatchery fish, and the process and legal framework of fisheries
management are included along with innovative chapters on scales of
fisheries management, communication and conflict resolution, managing
undesired and invading species, ecological integrity, emerging multispecies
approaches, and use of social and economic information.

The book is intended for use in fisheries management courses for
undergraduate or graduate students, as well as for practicing fisheries
managers.

CONTENTS

Chapter 1.  History of Inland Fisheries Management in North America (Randy
Jackson, Christine Moffitt, and Gary Whelan) 

Chapter 2.  Stock Concept and Classic Population Dynamics (Mike Allen and
Joseph Hightower)

Chapter 3.  Scales of Fisheries Management (James Peterson and Jason Dunham)

Chapter 4.  Legislation and Fisheries Management (Hal Schramm and Jeff
Ballweber)

Chapter 5.  Process of Fisheries Management (Steve McMullin and Edward Pert)

Chapter 6.  Communication and Conflict Resolution in Fisheries Management
(Scott Bonar and Michael Fraidenburg)

Chapter 7.  Regulating Harvest (Dan Isermann and Craig Paukert)

Chapter 8.  Managing Undesired or Invading Species (Cindy Kolar, Walter
Courtenay, and Leo Nico)

Chapter 9.  Use of Hatchery Fish for Conservation, Restoration, and
Enhancement of Fisheries (Jesse Trushenski, Chris Kohler, and Tom Flagg)

Chapter 10.  Habitat Mitigation and Enhancement of Altered Systems (Mark
Pegg and John Chick)

Chapter 11.  Practical Methods for Assessing and Monitoring Fish Stocks
(Kevin Pope, Steve Lochmann, and Michael Young)

Chapter 12.  Assessment of Ecological Integrity (Tom Kwak and Mary Freeman)

Chapter 13.  Emerging Multispecies and Multistock Approaches to Fisheries
Assessment (Steve Chipps and Brian Graeb)

Chapter 14.  Using Social and Economic Information in Fisheries Assessments
(Kevin Hunt)

Chapter 15.  Natural Lakes (Michael Hansen, Charles Krueger, and Nigel
Lester)

Chapter 16.  Farm Ponds and Small Impoundments (David Willis, Robert Lusk,
and Jeff Slipke)

Chapter 17.  Large Reservoirs (Steve Miranda and Phillip Bettoli)

Chapter 18.  Coldwater Streams (Robert Gresswell and Bruce Vondracek)

Chapter 19.  Coldwater Rivers (Darin Simpkins and Jessica Mistak)

Chapter 20.  Warmwater Streams (Dan Dauwalter, Frank Rahel, and Bill Fisher)

Chapter 21.  Warmwater Rivers (Craig Pauckert and David Galat)
 
Index
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