Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 11: 279, 2002. 279 Book review Jezierska, B. and Witeska, M. (2001) Metal Toxicity sea), numerous species and their whole body metal to Fish, University of Podlasie, Siedlce, Poland. levels. However, only the metals are grouped and the secondary columns are not organized in any manner According to the authors, this book “aims to review to make it easy to detect patterns or lack of patterns and summarize the data on metal toxicity to ﬁsh, or to quickly view the effects of Hg on pond species published over the last 30 years.” It succeeds in the or simply to ﬁnd effects on your favorite ﬁsh. There latter category, although the emphasis is on European appears to be no rationale for the random grouping of literature and misses many critical North American habitat (instead of placing all stream studies together, studies. Included are 927 citations from 100 well- etc.), and species are listed in random order rather known journals and 21 more obscure or unpublished than alphabetically within each habitat. This simple references; the latter may be of considerable interest principle of hierarchical organization would have been to North Americans who don’t have ready
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