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Great Lakes fisheries policy and management : a binational perspective / edited by William W. Taylor, Abigail J. Lynch, and Nancy J. Leonard.

Contributor(s): Taylor, William W | Lynch, Abigail J | Leonard, Nancy J.
Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Publisher: East Lansing : Michigan State University Press, ©2012Edition: 2nd ed.Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 160917335X; 9781609173357.Subject(s): Fishery policy -- Great Lakes (North America) | Fishery management -- Great Lakes (North America)Additional physical formats: Print version:: Great Lakes fisheries policy and management.DDC classification: 639.20977 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Foreword -- Chris Goddard; Acknowledgments; Part 1. The Great Lakes Region; The Great Lakes: An Overview of Their Formation, Geology, Physics, and Chemistry -- Russell A. Moll, Cynthia Sellinger, Edward S. Rutherford, Jennifer Lee Johnson, Michael Ryan Fainter, and John E. Gannon; Demographic and Economic Patterns in the Great Lakes Region -- Richard Groop; Issues Affecting Fish Habitat in the Great Lakes Basin -- Daniel B. Hayes.
Landscape Change and Its Influences on Aquatic Habitats and Fisheriesin the Great Lakes Basin -- Kevin Wehrly, Lizhu Wang, Dana Infante, Christine Joseph, Arthur Cooper, Les Stanfield, and Edward S. RutherfordFishes and Decapod Crustaceans of the Great Lakes Basin -- Brian M. Roth, Nicholas E. Mandrak, Thomas R. Hrabik, Greg G. Sass, and Jody Peters; Recent Changes in Successional State of the Deep-Water Fish Communities of Lakes Michigan, Huron, and Ontario and Management Implications -- Randy L. Eshenroder and Brian F. Lantry.
Fish Species at Risk and Non-Native Fishes in the Great Lakes Basin: Past, Present, and Future -- Nicholas E. Mandrak and Becky CudmoreContaminants in Great Lakes Fish: Historic, Current, and Emerging Concerns -- Cheryl A. Murphy, Satyendra P. Bhavsar, and Nilima Gandhi; Current Status of Fish Health and Disease Issues in the Laurentian Great Lakes: 2005-2010 -- Mohamed Faisal, Carolyn A. Schulz, Thomas P. Loch, Robert K. Kim, John Hnath, and Gary Whelan; Part 2. Great Lakes Fisheries.
Multi-Jurisdictional Management of the Shared Great Lakes Fishery: Transcending Conflict and Diffuse Political Authority -- Marc Gaden, Chris Goddard, and Jennifer ReadGreat Lakes Commercial Fisheries: Historical Overview and Prognoses for the Future -- Travis O. Brenden, Russell W. Brown, Mark P. Ebener, Kevin Reid, and Tammy J. Newcomb; Great Lakes Recreational Fisheries and Their Role in Fisheries Management and Policy -- Sarah A. Thayer and Andrew J. Loftus; Aquaculture in the Great Lakes -- Ted R. Batterson.
Great Lakes Fisheries Law Enforcement -- Edmund F. McGarrell, Michael Suttmoeller, and Carole GibbsPart 3. Fisheries Case Studies; Managing Inherent Complexity for Sustainable Walleye Fisheries in Lake Erie -- Edward F. Roseman, Richard Drouin, Marc Gaden, Roger L. Knight, Jeffrey Tyson, and Yingming Zhao; Rehabilitation of Lake Sturgeon in the Great Lakes: Making Progress -- Bruce Manny and Lloyd Mohr; Re-Establishing Lake Trout in the Laurentian Great Lakes: Past, Present, and Future -- Andrew M. Muir, Charles C. Krueger, and Michael J. Hansen.
Regulation of Sport Fishery Harvest of Lake Trout: Use of Size Limits in New York's Waters of Lake Ontario -- Charles C. Krueger, Steven R. LaPan, Clifford P. Schneider, and Tomas H. Eckert.
Summary: To maintain thriving, sustainable fisheries in the Laurentian Great Lakes, an understanding of the numerous and complex ecological, societal, economic, management, and policy issues surrounding them is critical. This incisive study provides a collaborative, interjurisdictional, and multi-use perspective that is shaped by the United states and Canada together as part of their shared governance of these waters. This book offers an informed look at the Great Lakes fisheries and their ecosystems, as the contributors examine both the threats they have faced and the valuable opportunities.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

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Foreword -- Chris Goddard; Acknowledgments; Part 1. The Great Lakes Region; The Great Lakes: An Overview of Their Formation, Geology, Physics, and Chemistry -- Russell A. Moll, Cynthia Sellinger, Edward S. Rutherford, Jennifer Lee Johnson, Michael Ryan Fainter, and John E. Gannon; Demographic and Economic Patterns in the Great Lakes Region -- Richard Groop; Issues Affecting Fish Habitat in the Great Lakes Basin -- Daniel B. Hayes.

Landscape Change and Its Influences on Aquatic Habitats and Fisheriesin the Great Lakes Basin -- Kevin Wehrly, Lizhu Wang, Dana Infante, Christine Joseph, Arthur Cooper, Les Stanfield, and Edward S. RutherfordFishes and Decapod Crustaceans of the Great Lakes Basin -- Brian M. Roth, Nicholas E. Mandrak, Thomas R. Hrabik, Greg G. Sass, and Jody Peters; Recent Changes in Successional State of the Deep-Water Fish Communities of Lakes Michigan, Huron, and Ontario and Management Implications -- Randy L. Eshenroder and Brian F. Lantry.

Fish Species at Risk and Non-Native Fishes in the Great Lakes Basin: Past, Present, and Future -- Nicholas E. Mandrak and Becky CudmoreContaminants in Great Lakes Fish: Historic, Current, and Emerging Concerns -- Cheryl A. Murphy, Satyendra P. Bhavsar, and Nilima Gandhi; Current Status of Fish Health and Disease Issues in the Laurentian Great Lakes: 2005-2010 -- Mohamed Faisal, Carolyn A. Schulz, Thomas P. Loch, Robert K. Kim, John Hnath, and Gary Whelan; Part 2. Great Lakes Fisheries.

Multi-Jurisdictional Management of the Shared Great Lakes Fishery: Transcending Conflict and Diffuse Political Authority -- Marc Gaden, Chris Goddard, and Jennifer ReadGreat Lakes Commercial Fisheries: Historical Overview and Prognoses for the Future -- Travis O. Brenden, Russell W. Brown, Mark P. Ebener, Kevin Reid, and Tammy J. Newcomb; Great Lakes Recreational Fisheries and Their Role in Fisheries Management and Policy -- Sarah A. Thayer and Andrew J. Loftus; Aquaculture in the Great Lakes -- Ted R. Batterson.

Great Lakes Fisheries Law Enforcement -- Edmund F. McGarrell, Michael Suttmoeller, and Carole GibbsPart 3. Fisheries Case Studies; Managing Inherent Complexity for Sustainable Walleye Fisheries in Lake Erie -- Edward F. Roseman, Richard Drouin, Marc Gaden, Roger L. Knight, Jeffrey Tyson, and Yingming Zhao; Rehabilitation of Lake Sturgeon in the Great Lakes: Making Progress -- Bruce Manny and Lloyd Mohr; Re-Establishing Lake Trout in the Laurentian Great Lakes: Past, Present, and Future -- Andrew M. Muir, Charles C. Krueger, and Michael J. Hansen.

Regulation of Sport Fishery Harvest of Lake Trout: Use of Size Limits in New York's Waters of Lake Ontario -- Charles C. Krueger, Steven R. LaPan, Clifford P. Schneider, and Tomas H. Eckert.

To maintain thriving, sustainable fisheries in the Laurentian Great Lakes, an understanding of the numerous and complex ecological, societal, economic, management, and policy issues surrounding them is critical. This incisive study provides a collaborative, interjurisdictional, and multi-use perspective that is shaped by the United states and Canada together as part of their shared governance of these waters. This book offers an informed look at the Great Lakes fisheries and their ecosystems, as the contributors examine both the threats they have faced and the valuable opportunities.

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William W. Taylor is University Distinguished Professor with the Center for Systems Integration and Sustainability in the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife at Michigan State University. <p>Abigail J. Lynch is University Distinguished Fellow with the Center for Systems Integration and Sustainability in the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife at Michigan State University.</p> <p>Nancy J. Leonard is currently the Northwest Power and Conservation Council's Fish, Wildlife, and Ecosystem Monitoring and Evaluation Manager.</p>

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