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Book Description AFS, 2011. Soft Cover. Condition: New. Pristine New Book. 570 Pages. This new compendium serves as a single comprehensive source of information on the biology, ecology, management, and culture of walleye and sauger in North America. Early chapters cover Sander systematics, including osteological evidence and molecular and population genetics and recent advancements in stock identification. Extensive information is documented on habitat requirements for various life history stages and how these stages can be influenced by environmental perturbations. Other chapters describe environmental biology and feeding energetics, and provide details on walleye and sauger life histories, walleye population and community dynamics in lakes that reflect the influence of lake size, fishing methods, and various management techniques using case histories, and exploitation from recreational, commercial, aboriginal, and mixed fisheries. Harvest regulations, sampling procedures, and their effectiveness are also reviewed and evaluated. Final chapters review and analyze stocking procedures, marking techniques, ecological effects of stocking, and the state of the art of walleye and hybrid walleye culture. This reference work will be used by fishery scientists, biologists, managers, culturists, students, and interested public such as anglers and conservationists. Seller Inventory # 400456
Book Description AFS, 2011. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1934874221