From Catastrophe to Recovery: Stories of Fishery Management Success
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572 pages, hard cover, index
List price: $79.00
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Published September 2019
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Edited by Charles C. Krueger, William W. Taylor, and So-Jung Youn
This book provides eyewitness “good news” accounts of true stories of successful fishery management in action that have resulted in bringing fish populations from the brink of extinction to full recovery with viable naturally reproducing, self-sustaining, and productive populations. The text provides incontrovertible evidence that good things can indeed happen with well- thought out and implemented fish management programs, demonstrating that fishery professionals working together with their stakeholders can make a difference in restoring and maintaining fish and their habitats to productive levels.
Contains 22 case histories of fishery management success spanning rivers, lakes, and marine systems. Each account ends with the authors’ reflections of lessons learned that could be applied to other fisheries.
The book will be useful as a college text and invaluable to natural resources researchers, managers, and their allied publics.
SECTION I: RIVERS
Snake River Sockeye Salmon—A Perspective on Twenty-Five Years of Effort to Recover a Population in Central Idaho, USA (Paul A. Kline, Thomas A. Flagg, Christine C. Kozfkay, Danny J. Baker, Desmond J. Maynard, and William C. McAuley)
Restoring the Vindel River, Sweden for Atlantic Salmon and Brown Trout (Gustav Hellström, Christer Nilsson, Stig Westbergh, Daniel Palm, Kjell Leonardsson, Daniel Holmqvist, Stefan Ågren, Johanna Gardeström, Anders Alanärä, and Hans Lundqvist)
Recovery of Willamette River (Oregon, USA) Fish Assemblages: Successes and Remaining Threats (Robert M. Hughes, Brian L. Bangs, Stanley V. Gregory, Paul D. Scheerer, Randall C. Wildman, and Jeffrey S. Ziller)
Degradation and Recovery of the Scioto River (Ohio, USA) Fish Assemblages from Presettlement to Present-Day Conditions (Chris O. Yoder, Edward T. Rankin, Vicki L. Gordon, Lon E. Hersha, and Charles E. Boucher)
Evidence of Recoveries from Tropical Floodplain Fisheries: Three Examples of Management Gains for South American Giant Arapaima (Daniel J. Gurdak, Caroline C. Arantes, Leandro Castello, Donald J. Stewart, and L. Cynthia Watson)
SECTION II: LAKES
SECTION III: LAURENTIAN GREAT LAKES
Back from the Brink: Sustainable Management of the Lake Erie Walleye Fishery (Christopher S. Vandergoot, Matthew D. Faust, James T. Francis, Donald W. Einhouse, Richard Drouin, Charles Murray, and Roger L. Knight)
SECTION IV: OCEAN AND SEA
SECTION V: EPILOGUE