Anthony T. Charles, Sustainable Fishery Systems

Anthony T. Charles, Sustainable Fishery Systems Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 11: 363–364, 2002. Book review Anthony T. Charles, Sustainable Fishery Systems. defining and describing fisheries and concepts of Fish and Aquatic Resources Series, No. 5, Blackwell fisheries, characterizing fisheries, descriptions of the Science, Ltd., Osney Mead, Oxford, UK, Soft cover, natural or biological portion of fisheries, the human 370 pp. ISBN: 0-632-05775-0 component of fisheries, and the fundamentals of management practice and institutions. There are also Introductory fisheries books have become increasingly chapters on the basics of what are traditionally called difficult to write. Gone are the days when there was management theory and population dynamics. The a widely shared set of core concepts and approaches first half of the book is fairly traditional and any that constituted fisheries management. Today, many seasoned fisheries manager would feel quite at home fisheries are in a state of crisis and “business as usual” with it. is not acceptable. Reaching the biological limits in The second half, however, focuses on the reality countless fisheries has radically altered how they are and challenges of managing fisheries in contemporary managed, or even who has the authority to make societies. Chapters cover topics such as sustainability, management decisions. Also, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries Springer Journals

Anthony T. Charles, Sustainable Fishery Systems

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Publisher
Springer Journals
Copyright
Copyright © 2001 by Kluwer Academic Publishers
Subject
Life Sciences; Freshwater & Marine Ecology; Zoology
ISSN
0960-3166
eISSN
1573-5184
D.O.I.
10.1023/A:1021326610318
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Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 11: 363–364, 2002. Book review Anthony T. Charles, Sustainable Fishery Systems. defining and describing fisheries and concepts of Fish and Aquatic Resources Series, No. 5, Blackwell fisheries, characterizing fisheries, descriptions of the Science, Ltd., Osney Mead, Oxford, UK, Soft cover, natural or biological portion of fisheries, the human 370 pp. ISBN: 0-632-05775-0 component of fisheries, and the fundamentals of management practice and institutions. There are also Introductory fisheries books have become increasingly chapters on the basics of what are traditionally called difficult to write. Gone are the days when there was management theory and population dynamics. The a widely shared set of core concepts and approaches first half of the book is fairly traditional and any that constituted fisheries management. Today, many seasoned fisheries manager would feel quite at home fisheries are in a state of crisis and “business as usual” with it. is not acceptable. Reaching the biological limits in The second half, however, focuses on the reality countless fisheries has radically altered how they are and challenges of managing fisheries in contemporary managed, or even who has the authority to make societies. Chapters cover topics such as sustainability, management decisions. Also,

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