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Title Management and ecology of river fisheries / edited by I.G. Cowx.
Imprint Malden, Mass. : Fishing News Books, 2000.

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Subject Fisheries -- Congresses.
Stream ecology -- Congresses.
Fishery management -- Congresses.
Alt Name Cowx, I. G. (Ian G.)
NetLibrary, Inc.
Description xi,444 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
polychrome rdacc http://rdaregistry.info/termList/RDAColourContent/1003
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Boulder, Colo. : NetLibrary, 2001. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to NetLibrary affiliated libraries.
ISBN 0632062967 (electronic bk.) : $159.00
0852382502
OCLC # 47010877
Additional Format Original (DLC) 99038346 (OCoLC)41711979.
Table of Contents
 Preface 
IAssessment of fish community structure and dynamics 
 1Selecting gear for monitoring fish assemblages / L. E. Miranda, H. L. Schramm, Jr.3
 2Longitudinal hydroacoustic survey of fish in the Elbe River supplemented by direct capture [et al.] / J. Kubecka, J. Frouzova, A. Vilcinskas14
 3Summary of the use of hydroacoustics for quantifying the escapement of adult salmonids (Oncorhynchus and Salmo species) in rivers / B. H. Ransom, S. V. Johnston, T. W. Steig26
 4Relative selectivity of hoopnetting and electric fishing in the Lower Mississippi River / H. L. Schramm, Jr., L. L. Pugh40
IILarge river fisheries 
 5The fish community of the River Thames: status, pressures and management / S. N. Hughes, D. J. Willis55
 6Cyclic behaviour of potamodromous fish in large rivers / R. Quiros, J. C. Vidal71
 7Seasonal movements of coarse fish in lowland rivers and their relevance to fisheries management [et al.] / M. C. Lucas, T. Mercer, G. Peirson87
 8Seasonal and diel changes of young-of-the-year fish in the channelised stretch of the Vltava River (Bohemia, Czech Republic) / O. Slavik, L. Bartos101
IIIHabitat requirements 
 9Trout, summer flows and irrigation canals: a study of habitat condition and trout populations within a complex system / D. J. Walks, H. W. Li, G. H. Reeves115
 10Dynamics of a population of brown trout (Salmo trutta) and fluctuations in physical habitat conditions - experiments on a stream in the Pyrenees; first results [et al.] / V. Gouraud, C. Sabaton, P. Baran126
 11Fish habitat associations, community structure, density and biomass in natural and channelised lowland streams in the catchment of the River Wensum, UK / N. T. Punchard, M. R. Perrow, A. J. D. Jowitt143
 12A methodology to evaluate physical habitat for reproduction of brown trout (Salmo trutta L.) and relation with fry recruitment / M. Delacoste, P. Baran, J. -M. Lascaux158
IVAnthropogenic impacts 
 13Wimbleball Pumped Storage Scheme: integration of water resource management, engineering design and operational control to compliment the needs of the salmonid fisheries in the River Exe / H. T. Sambrook, I. G. Cowx177
 14Impacts of hydraulic engineering on the dynamics and production potential of floodplain fish populations in Bangladesh: implications for management / A. S. Halls, D. D. Hoggarth, K. Debnath201
 15Management of fisheries in rivers used for potable abstractions in drought conditions: public health versus ecology / S. Axford218
 16Impacts of the Ok Tedi copper mine on fish populations in the Fly River system, Papua New Guinea [et al.] / S. Swales, B. S. Figa, K. A. Bakowa232
 17Riverine fish stock and regional agronomic responses to hydrological and climatic regimes in the upper Yazoo River basin / D. C. Jackson, Q. Ye242
VRehabilitation of river fisheries 
 18An assessment of anthropogenic activities on and rehabilitation of river fisheries: current state and future direction / M. C. Lucas, G. Marmulla261
 19Defining and achieving fish habitat rehabilitation in large, low-gradient rivers / P. B. Bayley, K. O'Hara, R. Steel279
 20Watershed analysis and restoration in the Siuslaw River, Oregon, USA / N. B. Armantrout290
 21Planning implications of a habitat improvement project conducted on a Newfoundland stream / M. C. van Zyll de Jong, I. G. Cowx, D. A. Scruton306
 22Provision for the juvenile stages of coarse fish in river rehabilitation projects / B. P. Hodgson, J. W. Eaton318
VIManagement 
 23Principles and approaches for river fisheries management / R. L. Welcomme331
 24Fisheries science and the managerial imperative / P. Hickley, M. Aprahamian346
 25The use of spawning targets for salmon fishery management in Eng1and and Wales [et al.] / N. J. Milner, I. C. Davidson, R. J. Wyatt361
 26The effectiveness of rod and net fishery bye-laws in reducing exploitation of spring salmon on the Welsh Dee / I. C. Davidson, R. J. Cove, N. J. Milner373
 27From sector to system: towards a muitidimensional management in the Lower Amazon floodplain / F. Castro, D. McGrath388
 28The role of Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve, Malawi, Africa, in the conservation of the mpasa, Opsaridium microlepis (Gunther) / D. Tweddle400
 29Conservation status, threats and future prospects for the survival of freshwater fishes of the Western Cape Province, South Africa / N. D. Impson, K. C. D. Hamman418
 30Conservation of endangered fish species in the face of water resource development schemes in the Guadiana River, Portugal: harmony of the incompatible / I. G. Cowx, M. J. Collares-Pereira428
 Subject index439
 Species index443


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