Management and Ecology of River Fisheries

Edited by I G Cowx 
Blackwell Publishing  February 2000  

Hardback  456pp, 60 illus  ISBN 9780852382509      £150.00
In this comprehensive book, international experts in fisheries management and ecology review the status of river fisheries, assessment of fisheries yield, rehabilitation and conservation.

Assessment methodology, constraints on development, issues and options regarding management and associated problems in both temperate and tropical countries. Recommendations are made to improve management and an attempt is made to provide guidelines for formulating policy, for planning methodology and for evaluating future activities, including aspects of:

  • Assessment of fish community structure and dynamics.
  • li>Factors constraining stock recruitment. li>Fish habitat requirements. li>Instream flow needs. li>Impact of water resource schemes. li>Rehabilitation of river fisheries. li>Enhancement of fish stocks. li>Exploitation of stocks. li>Management of migratory fish stocks. li>Conservation of endangered species. li>Integrated river management. li>Bioeconomic issues. li>Legislation. li>Multinational management of rivers. li>Case studies.

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