Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries (2005) 15: 155–157 Springer 2005 DOI 10.1007/s11160-005-0057-1 Book review Carl J. Walters and Steven J.D. Martell, Fisheries The authors do not take into account the social Ecology And Management, Princeton University aspect of management that often prevents the Press, Princeton, NJ 2004, ISBN 0-691-11545-1 implementation of certain strategies. Chapter four Paperback, 423 pp. discusses the use of quotas for managing har- vests. It also identiﬁes the great importance of ‘‘Fisheries Ecology and Management,’’ written by data collection for all species before they are Carl J. Walters and Steven J.D. Martell, is a text threatened by overﬁshing. The description of two intended for upper level undergraduate and intro- approaches, input and output controls, is inter- ductory graduate classes. The aim of the book is to esting and well written. We found the use of give a broader review of assessment methods and certain terms in this chapter to be potentially policy issues than is available in existing texts on misleading. For example, the term ‘elementary’ ﬁsheries harvest management. This review was may be misleading to some students who might carried out as part of a graduate ﬁsheries ecology be deterred by the level
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