Fish and Aquatic Resources Series
Series Editor(s): Tony Pitcher.
The Fish Biology and Aquatic Resources Series includes books that review major themes and and issues in the science of fishes and the interdisciplinary study of their exploitation in human fisheries. Volumes in the Series combine a broad geographical scope with in-depth focus on concepts, research frontiers and analytical frameworks. It is the aim of the editorial team that books in the Blackwell Publishing Fish Biology and Aquatic Resources Series should adhere to the highest academic standards through being fully peer reviewed and edited by specialists in the field. These books will be of interest to research workers in the fields of biology, zoology, ichthyology, ecology and physiology of fish, economics, anthropology, sociology and all aspects of fisheries. They will also appeal to non-specialists such as those with a commercial, industrial or conservation stake in fisheries.