Warmwater Fisheries: Symposium I (1991)
Proceedings of a symposium on warmwater fisheries held by the U.S. Forest Service at Scottsdale, AZ on June 4-8, 1991. Panels include: management opportunities and challenges: keys to better service; warmwater fisheries: a resource to be managed; artificial structures -- where they work and how to build them; where the fish come from; water level management; warmwater streams -- a strong current for quality management; non-traditional fishing holes; fertilization and forage fish management; hooking mortality; harvest regulations; recreational fishing; and the role of education in fisheries management. Illustrated.
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