Recreational Fisheries of Coastal New England

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Recreational Fisheries of Coastal New England

BY Michael R. Ross

WITH CONTRIBUTIONS BY Robert C. Biagi

Drawings by Nancy Haver

University of Massachusetts Press

AMHERST

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Introduction 3
  • I- Fishes, Their Environment, and Their Management 7
  • 1- Coastal Habitats 9
  • 2- Life Cycles and Community Interactions 21
  • 3- Managing Our Fisheries Resources 53
  • II- Species Profiles 85
  • References 92
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  • Glossary of Technical Terms 271
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