Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 13: 365–366, 2003. Book review Lee A. Fuiman and Robert G. Werner (eds.), Fisheries are able to balance their length, level of detail, and Science: The Unique Contributions of Early Life difﬁculty, whereas others are less successful. Stages. Blackwell Science Ltd., Oxford, UK, 2002. The book begins by providing an excellent Soft cover, 324 pp. ISBN: 0-632-05661-4 summary of important information about the early life-stages of ﬁsh. The logical progression of infor- Fisheries Science was written to address the relative mation in Chapter 1 makes it easy to follow and lack of book-length information in the current the material is heavily reinforced by references. literature on the early life-stages of ﬁsh species. The second chapter provides an extremely detailed Although there has been an increasing amount of description of techniques used to age larval ﬁsh, as research focusing on the egg, larvae, and juvenile well as a review of the unique aspects of growth stages of ﬁshes, the available information has never of early life stages. This chapter could be intimidat- been organized into textbook form. Clearly, an ing to readers who lack a strong background in understanding of the early life-stages of
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