From game fish to tame fish: Atlantic salmon in North America, 1798 to 1998 / John F. Kocik, Russell W. Brown -- Sustaining Atlantic salmon in the northwest Atlantic: considerations from a life history perspective / Jeffrey A. Hutchings -- Atlantic salmon fisheries in eastern North America: the prince and the pauper / Kenneth F. Beland, Alex T. Bielak -- The Atlantic salmon recreational angling industry: economic benefits / F.G. Whoriskey, J. Glebe -- Canadian and U.S. Atlantic salmon institutions and politics: where are the fish and who cares? / Stephen G. Rideout, John A. Ritter -- Emerging science and management issues with Atlantic salmon / Kevin D. Friedland -- History of the Great Lakes salmon fishery: a Michigan perspective / Howard A. Tanner, Wayne H. Tody -- Ecological factors affecting the sustainability of Chinook and Coho salmon populations in the Great Lakes, especially Lake Michigan / Michael J. Hansen, Mark E. Holey -- The many faces of salmon: implications of stakeholder diversity in the Great Lakes / Barbara A. Knuth -- Uses of resource economics in managing Great Lakes fisheries: Michigan examples / Frank Lupi, Douglas B. Jester -- Managing Great Lakes fisheries under multiple and diverse authorities / Margaret Ross Dochoda, Michael L. Jones -- The future of Pacific salmon in the Great Lakes / C.I. Goddard -- History of the salmon fisheries of the Pacific northwest coast / Terry Glavin -- Ecological perspectives on Pacific salmon: can we sustain biodiversity and fisheries? / E. Eric Knudsen -- Salmon, society, and politics: moving toward ecosystem-based management for Pacific salmon / Donald D. MacDonald, Megan Hanacek, Laura Genn -- The Pacific salmon dispute: rationalizing a dysfunctional joint venture / Robert McKelvey, Kathleen A. Miller -- Challenges and opportunities for the future of Pacific salmon management / Jim Martin -- Sustaining salmon fisheries in Canada and the United States: recommendations for policy and management / K.D. Lynch, M.L. Jones, W.W. Taylor.