Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 11: 281–282, 2002. 281 Book review Daniel Gerdeaux (ed.), Gestion piscicole des grands described. Validation protocols of these methods are plans d’eau (Fish Management in Large Water discussed, including harvesting ﬁsh from emptied Bodies). INRA Edition, Paris, 2001, 464 pp. ISBN: reservoirs, or less popular methods such as killing 2-7380-0946-8 ﬁsh using rotenone or explosives. Other active capture methods in lakes are described such as electric or This book contains the proceedings of a symposium rod ﬁshing (Masson et al.) Degiorgy et al. review held in Thonon, France in November 1996 and the uses of passive equipment, especially gill nets, includes 16 contributions by 36 authors. The ﬁrst with standard protocols to be used in lakes. “Vertical part gives basic information on the ecology of lakes nets” which allow estimates of ﬁsh position at the time and reservoirs. One chapter details the management of capture are precisely described by De Crespin et of the water mass and the lake ecosystem in reser- al. These authors present a concrete application from voirs for hydroelectricity (Poirel et al.) The production Lake Tazenat located in a volcano crater in Massif of electricity has some impacts on
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