some and too far removed from the ﬁshers. Upon Hard cover, pp. iv + 223, 15 tables, 55 ﬁgures + 100 reading many documents on management, the impres- ﬁsh illustrations with distribution maps. sion is often given that the ﬁsher is the last person Extensive reference list, glossary, index, appendix of to be considered. Instead the ﬁsher should be the scientiﬁc and common names. starting point of the process. He (mostly he) should Available from: The Secretary, J.L.B. Smith Institute be involved in the management process, should be of Ichthyology, Private Bag 1015, Grahamstown consulted over data gathering and should be involved 6140, South Africa (fax: +27-(0)46-622 2403), from in deciding the goals of the ﬁshery. In informal conver- whom details of p&p costs may be obtained. sation, many ﬁshers acknowledge that ﬁshing is taking too much of the stock. This acknowledgement needs This book scores high marks from the outset to be developed into a desire to do something to with a dedication page which includes a tribute to render their resource sustainable. Only in this way will “the ﬁshes that were sacriﬁced during the course of management measures work. my research”. Certainly, Dr Alan Whitﬁeld is an
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Published: Oct 15, 2004
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