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|Main Title||Pacific salmon & their ecosystems : status and future options /|
|Publisher||Chapman & Hall,|
|Subjects||Pacific salmon ; Fishes--Conservation--Northwest, Pacific ; Pacific salmon fisheries--Management ; Pacific salmon--Habitat ; Pacific Northwest ; Saumon du Pacifique--âEcologie ; Saumon du Pacifique--Populations ; Saumon du Pacifique--Habitat (cologie) ; Fishery conservation--Northwest, Pacific|
|Collation||xix, 685 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm|
"The symposium on Pacific salmon was held in Seattle, Washington, January 10-12, 1994"--Preface. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Integrating theory and practicality, Pacific Salmon and Their Ecosystems explores the links between the decline in salmonids and the biological, political, and social factors of natural resource management, restoration, and conservation. This unique reference goes one step further to elucidate how this problem can be addressed by stepping into the arena of management policies, technological solutions, and institutional change. Scientists, resource managers, and all those concerned with conservation and restoration of biodiversity will find that this text provides a refreshing and unique approach to the examination of the decline in salmonids. It will also serve as a useful tool in the evaluation of other imperiled natural resources.