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New Book on Yellow Perch, Walleye, and Sauger out Nov. 2021

Posted on Jun 12, 2021

A new book in Springer's Fish and Fisheries Series, Yellow Perch, Walleye, and Sauger: Aspects of Ecology, Management, and Culture, will be coming out on November 2021. 

Bruner, John Clay, DeBruyne, Robin L. (Eds.) 2021. Yellow Perch, Walleye, and Sauger: Aspects of Ecology, Management, and Culture. Springer Fish & Fisheries Series  Cham, Switzerland Vol. 41: 1-402 pp. 

Walleye, one of the most sought-after species of freshwater sport fishes in North America, has demonstrated appreciable declines in their numbers from their original populations since the beginning of the 20th century. Similarly, Yellow Perch, once the most commonly caught sport fish and an important commercial species in North America, have also shown declines. Compiling up-to-date information on the biology and management of Walleye, Sauger, and Yellow Perch, including research on systematics, genetics, physiology, ecology, movement, population dynamics, culture, recent case histories, and management practices, will be of interest to managers, researchers, and students who deal with these important species, particularly in light of habitat alterations, population shifts, and other biotic and abiotic factors related to a changing climate.

You can buy it online at Springer.com.

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