Rev Fish Biol Fisheries (2008) 18:443–444 DOI 10.1007/s11160-007-9081-7 BOOK REVIEW Graeme Harris and Nigel Milner (eds): Review of Sea Trout: Biology, Conservation, & Management Blackwell Publishing, 2006, xx + 499 pp, ISBN: 978-1-4051-2991-6 Andrew Ramey Published online: 25 December 2007 Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 2007 Sea trout, the anadromous form of Salmo trutta, have concludes with a brief declaration drafted by mem- long been targeted in commercial and sport ﬁsheries bers of the Symposium organizational committee. throughout their range. Recent research and monitor- The Stocks and Fisheries theme begins with a ing efforts have revealed much about the complex life succinct, comparative review by Quinn and Myers history of this species. In July 2004, ﬁsheries scientists that outlines anadromy and migration of Paciﬁc trout and managers convened for the First International Sea and salmon. This chapter proposes a continuum for Trout Symposium in Cardiff, Wales, UK, to commu- salmonid life histories involving anadromy which nicate recent advances in sea trout science and includes sea trout. Nine chapters detailing population management. The proceedings of this symposium dynamics of European sea trout stocks follow. These have been assembled and published in Sea Trout: chapters cover topics ranging widely in spatial and
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