Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 13: 455–457, 2003. Book review The balance and conservation of the North Atlantic ecosystems? Daniel Pauly and Jay MaClean, In a Perfect Ocean of simply being retired’’. The second half of the – The State of Fisheries and Ecosystems in the introduction outlines the scope of the book and North Atlantic Ocean. Island Press (Washington/ the approach used (that is, large spatiotemporal Covelo/London), 2003. $25 pbk (175 pages, 28 scales and mapping). ﬁgures in color) ISBN 1-55963-324-7 In Chapter 1 (A Brief History of the North Atlantic and its Resources, 21 pages, 3 ﬁgures), the There is an increasing global concern, both at the authors outline the main oceanographic processes societal and scientiﬁc level, on the direct and and biomes of the North Atlantic and explain how indirect eﬀects of ﬁshing on marine ecosystems. Longhurst’s (1998) biogeochemical provinces can This is indicated by the increasing frequency of be merged with Sherman and Duda’s (1999) ‘‘Large articles appearing in the press and the number of Marine Ecosystems’’ for building the ecosystem recent, thorough, scientiﬁc books reviewing the framework of the work described in the book. available literature on this topic. The authors of Consequently,
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