Rev Fish Biol Fisheries (2006) 16:229–231 DOI 10.1007/s11160-006-9006-x BOOK REVIEW Elliott A. Norse and Larry B. Crowder (eds): Review of ‘‘Marine Conservation Biology: the science of maintaining the sea’s biodiversity’’ Island Press, Washington DC, USA, 470 pp, 2005 ISBN 1-55963-661-0 B. Jessen Æ J. Black Æ R. Cormier Æ A. Gabela Æ J. Murt Æ S. Pautzke Æ J. Smith Æ F. Juanes Received: 5 June 2006 / Accepted: 9 June 2006 / Published online: 19 July 2006 Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 2006 With the collapse of many ﬁsheries, evident hab- vulnerable populations, and are subject to stake- holder conﬂicts. Marine conservation is set apart itat destruction, and loss of biodiversity, there is little question that conservation and restoration of from its terrestrial counterpart by physical con- straints. The inherent difﬁculty of observing eco- life in the seas is necessary today. Yet important questions remain. Which species or ecosystems system health beneath the water’s surface limits are the most critical? What are the restoration public awareness of existing and impending goals? Are there potentially negative conse- problems at sea. Chapter 2 encourages thoughtful quences of restoration plans? Marine Conserva- consideration of restoration efforts, noting that tion Biology seeks to
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