Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries (2004) 14: 501–503 DOI 10.1007/s11160-005-7699-x VOLUME 14 NUMBER 1 2004 CONTENTS PAPERS FENG, Y.Y., HOU, L.C., PING, N.X., LING, T.D. AND KYO, C.I. Development of mariculture and its impacts in Chinese coastal waters 1–10 AGOSTINHO, A.A., GOMES, L.C., VERISSIMO, S. AND OKADA, E.K. Flood regime, dam regulation and ﬁsh in the Upper Parana´ River: effects on assemblage attributes, reproduction and recruitment 11–19 DEMPSTER, T. AND TAQUET, M. Fish aggregation device (FAD) research: gaps in current knowledge and future directions for ecological studies 21–42 CADDY, J.F. AND AGNEW, D.J. An overview of recent global experience with recovery plans for depleted marine resources and suggested guidelines for recovery planning 43–112 MYRICK, C.A. AND CECH JR., J.J. Temperature effects on juvenile anadromous salmonids in Californias central valley: what dont we know? 113–123 POINT OF VIEW UTTER, F. Population genetics, conservation and evolution in salmonids and other widely cultured ﬁshes: some perspectives over six decades 125–144 BOOK REVIEWS 145–151 VOLUME 14 NUMBER 2 2004 CONTENTS PAPERS ISLAM, Md.S. AND HAQUE, M. The mangrove-based coastal and nearshore ﬁsheries of Bangladesh: ecology, exploitation and management 153–180 CHEUNG, W.W.L. AND SADOVY, Y. Retrospective evaluation of data-limited ﬁsheries: a case from
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Published: Jun 22, 2005
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