||International Symposium on Biology and Management of Ruffe. Symposium Abstracts. Held in Ann Arbor, Michigan on March 21-23, 1997.
Jensen, D. A. ;
||Minnesota Sea Grant Program, Duluth.;National Sea Grant Coll. Program, Silver Spring, MD.
Aquatic ecosystems ;
Marine biology ;
Aquatic biology ;
Fish management ;
Natural resources management ;
Environmental management ;
Economic impact ;
Ruffe(Gymnocephalus cernuus) ;
Sea Grant Program
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||This 65-page soft-cover book contains over 50 scientific abstracts based on platform and poster presentations given at the first International Symposium on Biology and Management of Ruffe, held March 21-23, 1997, in Ann Arbor, MI. Presentations by the world's foremost experts on the Eurasian ruffe, a nonindigenous nuisance fish, focused on its biology, ecology, impacts, control and management. Special emphasis was placed on ruffe as a characteristically invasive species, applied ruffe management, identifying research gaps, and predicting environmental and economic costs.
||Sponsored by National Sea Grant Coll. Program, Silver Spring, MD.
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||98F; 48B; 88E
||PC A06/MF A01