These proceedings are from the third symposium dedicated to management and conservation of black basses in the genus Micropterus. The first symposium was held in 1975 (R. H. Stroud and H. Clepper. Black Bass Biology and Management. Washington (DC): Sport Fishing Institute) followed 25 years later by Black Bass 2000 (D. P. Philipp and M. S. Ridgway. 2002. Black Bass: Ecology, Conservation, and Management. Bethesda (MD): American Fisheries Society). Although the previous books discussed conservation of genetic variation and distinct strains of basses, the bulk of the papers in those tomes emphasized management of largemouth and smallmouth bass. In contrast, this third symposium is focused on the rarer bass species and challenges for their successful management.
Review info: Black bass diversity: Multidisciplinary science for conservation. Edited by Michael D. Tringali, James M. Long, Timothy W. Birdsong, and Michael S. Allen, 2015. ISBN: 978-1-934874-40-0, 685 pp.
|Publication Subtype||Journal Article|
|Title||Book review: Black bass diversity: Multidisciplinary science for conservation|
|Series title||The Quarterly Review of Biology|
|Publisher||The University of Chicago Press|
|Publisher location||Chicago, IL|
|Contributing office(s)||Wetland and Aquatic Research Center|
|Online Only (Y/N)||N|
|Additional Online Files (Y/N)||N|
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