Rev Fish Biol Fisheries (2016) 26:609–610 DOI 10.1007/s11160-016-9423-4 David H. Secor: Migration ecology of marine ﬁshes John Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, 2015, 292 pp, ISBN: 9781421416120 . . Elena Buscher Angeleen M. Olson . . Emma S. Pascoe Jacob Weil Francis Juanes Received: 18 January 2016 / Accepted: 10 March 2016 / Published online: 14 March 2016 Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2016 Migration Ecology of Marine Fishes by David Hallock systems, larval dispersal, systems of inheritance, habitat Secor provides an overview of ﬁsh migration and its resources, climate and ocean forcing and anthropogenic underlying causes, building on the framework of pressures through ﬁshing and habitat alteration. Harden Jones’ (1968) original and only comprehen- Chapter 2 covers the physiological movement and sive review on migratory ﬁshes. In seven chapters, constraints of ﬁshes and explains how the digital age Secor summarizes and explains the latest research and has contributed to the ability to track and assess ﬁsh developments on ﬁsh migration and its organization as movement. The inﬂuence of current ﬁsh tracking a collective agency. technology becomes particularly obvious when com- This book was reviewed by students at the Master’s pared to the limited ability to track migratory birds. level in
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