Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries (2004) 14: 147–148 Springer 2005 Book review Howard I. Browman, and Anne Berit Skiftesvik techniques to analyze length-frequency distribu- (eds.), The Big Fish Bang – Proceedings of the 26th tions. Below is a discussion of some of the articles Annual Larval Fish Conference. Norwegian Insti- that ﬁt into the four theme categories, as well as tute of Marine Research, Bergen, Norway. 476 pp. some of the articles that are of general interest to larval ﬁsh biologists. The Larval Fish Conference is the highlight of the American Fisheries Society’s Early Life History Section. The 2002 Larval Fish Conference was Morphological development and physiological held at the Solstrand Fjord Hotel in Os, Norway function in ﬁshes: studies in larval ﬁsh adaptation from 22 through 26 July 2002 and was hosted by the Norwegian Institute of Marine Research and This group of articles focuses on characterizing the the University of Bergen. The 2002 Conference development of the early life stages of ﬁsh. For was the ﬁrst time that the conference was held in example, an article by Ditty et al. evaluates the Europe. natural intervals of development of blennies. As the Many of the papers
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