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Science Of Fishing

Author : Arthur Robert Harding
ISBN : UCAL:$B271744
Genre : Fishing
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Category: Fishing

The Science Of Fly Fishing

Author : Stan L. Ulanski
ISBN : 0813922100
Genre : Science
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The foundations of fly-fishing history, literature, and mechanics are firmly anchored in the disciplines of science, yet until now there has been no comprehensive work that integrates scientific components into the sport of angling for trout and other game fish. The Science of Fly-Fishing fills that void. Stan L. Ulanksi presents the basic elements of the physical and biological sciences in a way that helps the reader see their practical application to fishing. The Science of Fly-Fishing is designed for anglers—whether they have any formal background in science or not—who are curious about the relevance of science to their sport. The angling-related scientific concepts revealed in the book require no more of the reader than a good dose of common sense and a willingness to expand his or her fly-fishing knowledge. Ulanski’s thoughtful explorations of topics such as the physics of fly casting, the angler’s environment, the diet of trout, and the role of lake geology and biology will help anglers reach a greater understanding of and appreciation for the natural aquatic home of their quarry. Stan L. Ulanski is Professor of Geology and Environmental Science at James Madison University.
Category: Science

Science Of Fishing

Author : Lake Brooks
ISBN : 1330251318
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Excerpt from Science of Fishing Science of Fishing was written by Lake Brooks. This is a 261 page book, containing 67097 words and 127 pictures. Search Inside is enabled for this title. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Science Of Salmon Fishing

Author : Bill Haymond
ISBN : 1714236617
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For fishermen who are serious about salmon.This book is a comprehensive guide to salmon fishing in tidal waters in the Pacific Northwest. It represents a consolidation of more than fifty years of academic research, personal observation and tips and techniques learned on the water from fellow fishermen and professional guides.The book contains chapters on salmon and baitfish biology which provide insights into salmon behaviour and run timing. Other sections provide detailed information on fishing methods including cut plug, teaser head and whole herring, anchovy, flasher and hootchie, plugs and spoons. Also included are detailed instructions for tying leaders and suggestions for modifying gear, all of which have been personally tested by the author.It is hoped that this book will benefit novice fishermen embarking on their first salmon fishing adventure, as well as experienced fishermen and guides who would like to refine their fishing techniques.
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Scaling Fisheries

Author : Tim D. Smith
ISBN : 052139032X
Genre : Nature
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Development and history of fisheries science.
Category: Nature

Where The Fish Are

Author : Daniel Bagur
ISBN : 007159292X
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 65.14 MB
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More science and less art leads to bigger fish and fewer tales Most anglers rely on advice from fishing buddies or books by well-known but unscientific anglers. Here is a book that distills the science of fish behavior into easy-to-follow advice on how to catch fish in any situation. Describing how feeding behavior in fish changes in response to fluctuations in dissolved oxygen, turbulence, turbidity, temperature, light, noise, and other factors, Bagur advises you on how to respond, recommending specific flies, baits, rigs and tactics.
Category: Sports & Recreation

On The Sex Of Fish And The Gender Of Scientists

Author : D. Pauly
ISBN : 0412595400
Genre : Science
File Size : 88.58 MB
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Daniel Pauly is the most widely cited fisheries scientist of his generation. On the Sex of Fish and the Gender of Scientists comprises an edited and updated collection of 27 of Daniel Pauly's essays, spanning a great range of exciting and sometimes controversial topics, many of them breaking new scientific ground.
Category: Science

Research Progress In Fisheries Science

Author : William Hunter, III
ISBN : 9781926692654
Genre : Science
File Size : 32.68 MB
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A multidisciplinary subject, the study of fisheries science includes the biological study of life, habits, and breeding of various species of fish. It also involves farming and husbandry of important fishes and aquatic organisms in fresh water, brackish water and any marine environment. This new book includes a selection of topics in the field, such as the impact of climate change on tropical fish, studies on the reproductive and mating habits of specific fish, hibernation of Antarctic fish, the molecular makeup of specific fish, and more.
Category: Science

Marine Fisheries Ecology

Author : Simon Jennings
ISBN : 9781118688106
Genre : Science
File Size : 73.26 MB
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This topical and exciting textbook describes fisheries exploitation, biology, conservation and management, and reflects many recent and important changes in fisheries science. These include growing concerns about the environmental impacts of fisheries, the role of ecological interactions in determining population dynamics, and the incorporation of uncertainty and precautionary principles into management advice. The book draws upon examples from tropical, temperate and polar environments, and provides readers with a broad understanding of the biological, economic and social aspects of fisheries ecology and the interplay between them. As well as covering 'classical' fisheries science, the book focuses on contemporary issues such as industrial fishing, poverty and conflict in fishing communities, marine reserves, the effects of fishing on coral reefs and by-catches of mammals, seabirds and reptiles. The book is primarily written for students of fisheries science and marine ecology, but should also appeal to practicing fisheries scientists and those interested in conservation and the impacts of humans on the marine environment. particularly useful are the modelling chapters which explain the difficult maths involved in a user-friendly manner describes fisheries exploitation, conservation and management in tropical, temperate and polar environments broad coverage of 'clasical' fisheries science emphasis on new approaches to fisheries science and the ecosystem effects of fishing examples based on the latest research and drawn from authors' international experience comprehensively referenced throughout extensively illustrated with photographs and line drawings
Category: Science

The Catfish Hunters

Author : Jake Bussolini; Mac Byrum
ISBN : 9781467076647
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 85.31 MB
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The Catfish Hunters is a 300 plus page book that is cramed full of details about the sport and science of Catfishing. Any fisherman or women that wants to better understand the best techniques to use to catch monster Catfish, will get that knowledge from this book. The book is easy to read, written by fishermen for fishermen. The science is made simple and understandable and the various fishing techniques are clearly illustrated for easy understanding. The book contains more than 100 photos and other illustrations to aid in making interesting reading. In addition to the instructional and educational value, this books goes a step further by relating the experiences of the two authors as they traveled the Eastern United States, looking for new and different fishing approaches, used by other experienced Catfishermen. To experience the finer points of Catfishing, from the basics of hooks and rigs, to boat configurations and bait preperation, The Catfish Hunters provides the answers to make its readers better Catfishermen and women.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Artful Science Of Trout Fishing

Author : John Hayes
ISBN : 1877257192
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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"This is simply an outstanding publication..." Don Haddon, New Zealand Wilderness "...one of the best New Zealand books on our sport yet published" Fish and Game New Zealand " one of the most exceptional books on angling published in New Zealand" Harvey Clark, New Zealand Herald "the best combination of the 'how-to and why to' of trout fishing for New Zealand anglers ever available" Dr R. M. McDowall, Fish and Game New Zealand "The credentials of the men who have written this new book are impeccable" Tony Orman, The Marlborough Express Two expert anglers - one a trout scientist and the other an outstanding photographer - combine forces in this new book which will help anglers understand, and catch more and bigger, trout. In a mixture of plain language science, fishing anecdotes and illustrations, they explain how an understanding of trout behaviour, senses, biology and habitat, the seasons and the physical environment will make angling more productive and rewarding. Chapters cover the senses of trout, their feeding behaviour, response to lures and anglers, habitats and feeding niches, fishing strategies, sports fisheries conservation and management and much more. Colour photographs and diagrams illustrate the science and anecdotes and clarify points made in the text. The authors weave these topics into a rich tapestry that will raise anglers' awareness of the ways of trout and of the environment in which they fish - the result is a unique angling book. While the authors live in the South Island of New Zealand, the book draws on their experience and research from throughout the world, and will be relevant in all fisheries where brown, rainbow and brook trout as well as quinnat salmon occur. Dr John Hayes is New Zealand's foremost trout biologist. He is a senior research scientist at Cawthron Institute, Nelson, and was previously with the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research. He has extensive research experience with trout and salmon fisheries in New Zealand and also has studied in North America. Presently he leads multidisciplinary research teams studying angling pressure on New Zealand's wild and scenic backcountry rivers, and predictive modelling of trout and salmon response to habitat change. Les Hill is the co-author and photographer of Images of Silver, Stalking Trout and Catching Trout (with Graeme Marshall),and Stalking Stillwaters (with Grant Winter). His photographs and popular articles are regularly featured in fishing magazines in New Zealand, Australia and the United States.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Future Of Fisheries Science In North America

Author : Richard J. Beamish
ISBN : 9781402092107
Genre : Nature
File Size : 26.76 MB
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Fisheries science in North America is changing in response to a changing climate, new technologies, an ecosystem approach to management and new thinking about the processes affecting stock and recruitment. Authors of the 34 chapters review the science in their particular fields and use their experience to develop informed opinions about the future. Everyone associated with fish, fisheries and fisheries management will find material that will stimulate their thinking about the future. Readers will be impressed with the potential for new discoveries, but disturbed by how much needs to be done in fisheries science if we are to sustain North American fisheries in our changing climate. Officials that manage or fund fisheries science will appreciate the urgency for the new information needed for the stewardship of fish populations and their ecosystems. Research organizations may want to keep some extra copies for a future look back into the thoughts of a wide range of fisheries professionals. Fisheries science has been full of surprises with some of the surprises having major economic impacts. It is important to minimize these impacts as the demand for seafood increases and the complexities of fisheries management increase.
Category: Nature

Approaches To The Regulation Of Fishing Effort

Author : J. R. Beddington
ISBN : 9251014922
Genre : Fisheries
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The problems of controlling fishing effort are reviewed. Any method should satisfy certain criteria - maintaining the productivity of the resource, economic performance and equity (or social needs). The methods of achieving these objectives are reviewed; they include the setting of catch limits, direct control of fleet capacity (e.g. restricting the number of fishing units), indirect measures (mesh size, closed areas), financial measures and the establishment of property rights to fishing areas or quantities of fish. The advantages and disadvantages of each approach are discussed in the light of the established criteria and appropriate techniques are given for six specific types of fisheries.
Category: Fisheries

Management Of Marine Fisheries In Canada

Author : L. S. Parsons
ISBN : 0660150026
Genre : Fisheries
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This report describes and evaluates the impact of the major changes in the management of Canada's marine fisheries in recent decades. The report covers the historical and jurisdictional context; biological and economic aspects; objectives of fisheries management; techniques of resources management in general and those used for specific species; managing the common property through allocation of access, limited entry licensing, and individual quotas; the international dimension; the social dimension; habitat management; fisheries enforcement; and fisheries management in the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Norway, Iceland, and the European Community.
Category: Fisheries

Science And The Fisheries

Author : D. H. Cushing
ISBN : 0713126744
Genre : Fish populations
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Category: Fish populations

Applied Fishery Science

Author : S. M. Shafi
ISBN : 8126902906
Genre : Fish culture
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The Present Book Applied Fishery Science Is The Outcome Of The Intensive Efforts Made By The Author For More Than Five Consecutive Years To Bring The Universally Spread Documented Informations And Data, Both Traditional As Well As Research Oriented Recent Findings, Before The Scientific World In A Consolidated Form, Specially Before Those Who Are Concerned With Fish Farming And For Capture Of Fishes From Varied Water Sources. Several Valuable Informations Have Been Provided On The Fish Farming Requisites, Such As Methods Of The Quality Fish Seed Procurement, Their Safe Transportation, Design And Layout For The Construction Of New Ponds, Maintenance Of Required Water Quality In The Ponds, Availability Of Choiced Food Items At Proper Times, Use Of Right Kinds Of Fertilizers And Provision Of Supplementary Feeds At Emerging Times. Infrastructural Details And Operation Methods Of Fishing Gears And Some Informations On Related Accessaries, Particularly Trawlers, Fishing Boats And Vessels And Several Kinds Of Crafts, Traps And Angling Implements To Catch Sporting Fishes Have Been Given With Lucid Illustrations. Presentation Of Recent Data On Fish Catches (Year-Wise In Most Cases) Has Enhanced The Quality Of Book.Matters, On Several Specific Topics Like Hilsa Culture, Trout Culture, Live-Fish Culture, Cage Culture, Paddy-Cum-Fish Culture, Integrated Fish Culture, Brackish Water Fish Culture, Prawn Culture, Shrimp Culture, Molluscan Fisheries, Recent Aquaculture Practices And Useful Seaweeds And Algal Products, Have Been Beautifully Described In The Book. Trade And Commerce Prospects With The Inclusion Of Accounts Of Fish Processing, Fish Preservation, Various Kinds Of Fish By-Products And Scope Of Marketing Of Fish Have Been Made Highly Explicit.A Fine Attempt Has Been Made To Provide As Many As Fifty One Aspects Of Applied Fishery Science, Merging Together In One Book In Order To Meet The Requirements Of Sylabi Of Universities, Technical/Professional Institutions, Advanced Centres Of Fisheries Education And Research. It Is Hoped That The Academicians, Researchers/Fishery Scientists, Graduate And Post-Graduate Students Of Fishery Science Will Cherish The Author S Endeavour In Finding Appreciable Utility Of The Book.
Category: Fish culture