Fish Biology in Japan: An Anthology in Honour of Hiroya Kawanabe (Developments in Environmental Biology of Fishes 18. Series Editor (Eugene K. Balon). Edited by M. Yuma, I. Nakamura and K. D. Fausch

Fish Biology in Japan: An Anthology in Honour of Hiroya Kawanabe (Developments in Environmental... of the book, cover limnology, phytoplankton and project had recommended the introduction of fresh- crustacean zooplankton, while the remaining eight water clupeids to fill this supposed vacancy which had chapters deal with fish and fisheries and thus fall somehow arisen in the lake with the largest number of within the remit of this journal. freshwater fish species in the world. The fish section starts with a chapter by Allison Thompson, using dynamic pool models, suggests et al. on identification of the pelagic fish, which a safe, sustainable yield of around 33 000 tonnes from states that “specific identity of all fish was readily the pelagic zone. The recommended yield of Engraul- determined ...with the exception of members of the icypris is given as some 3200 t, yet there is no mention Rhamphochromis and Diplotaxodon genera”. Unfortu- that Malawian fisheries statistics already indicated an nately, it is later estimated that these cichlids represent average annual yield of 7000 t from inshore areas, an estimated 81% of the fish biomass in the study and a market survey had suggested that as much as system. Although the authors have made a good effort 90% of the catch was going unrecorded in some http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries Springer Journals

Fish Biology in Japan: An Anthology in Honour of Hiroya Kawanabe (Developments in Environmental Biology of Fishes 18. Series Editor (Eugene K. Balon). Edited by M. Yuma, I. Nakamura and K. D. Fausch

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Kluwer Academic Publishers
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Copyright © 1999 by Kluwer Academic Publishers
Subject
Life Sciences; Freshwater & Marine Ecology; Zoology
ISSN
0960-3166
eISSN
1573-5184
D.O.I.
10.1023/A:1008998525616
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of the book, cover limnology, phytoplankton and project had recommended the introduction of fresh- crustacean zooplankton, while the remaining eight water clupeids to fill this supposed vacancy which had chapters deal with fish and fisheries and thus fall somehow arisen in the lake with the largest number of within the remit of this journal. freshwater fish species in the world. The fish section starts with a chapter by Allison Thompson, using dynamic pool models, suggests et al. on identification of the pelagic fish, which a safe, sustainable yield of around 33 000 tonnes from states that “specific identity of all fish was readily the pelagic zone. The recommended yield of Engraul- determined ...with the exception of members of the icypris is given as some 3200 t, yet there is no mention Rhamphochromis and Diplotaxodon genera”. Unfortu- that Malawian fisheries statistics already indicated an nately, it is later estimated that these cichlids represent average annual yield of 7000 t from inshore areas, an estimated 81% of the fish biomass in the study and a market survey had suggested that as much as system. Although the authors have made a good effort 90% of the catch was going unrecorded in some

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Reviews in Fish Biology and FisheriesSpringer Journals

Published: Sep 30, 2004

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