Rev Fish Biol Fisheries (2008) 18:445–446 DOI 10.1007/s11160-008-9083-0 BOOK REVIEW John Caddy, Review of ‘‘Marine Habitat and Cover: Their Importance for Productive Coastal Fishery Resources’’ UNESCO Publishing, Paris, France, 2007, 253 pp., ISBN 978-92-3-104035-1 S. Lucey Æ A. Franklin Æ D. Stormer Æ F. Juanes Published online: 15 February 2008 Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 2008 Overﬁshing has depleted many ﬁsh stocks to histor- constraints on ﬁshes. We are also introduced to the ically low levels. The goal of ﬁsheries management is author’s method of using conceptual models to to rebuild commercially valuable marine biomass. illustrate his points. Chapter 2 seeks to create a Recently a shift has occurred away from single dialog about critical habitat and its place in stock species management towards ecosystem-based man- recovery. The author argues that a structural bottle- agement. A major aspect of ecosystem management neck exists as a result of limited suitable cover, where is identifying and protecting ‘critical habitat’. Despite the survival of a juvenile ﬁsh is most vulnerable. this focus on habitat, it has received little attention in Caddy further suggests that this lack of ideal cover ﬁeld studies. Marine Habitat and Cover attempts to could play a more vital role
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