Interactions Between Fish and Birds: Implications for Management

Interactions Between Fish and Birds: Implications for Management

Editor(s): I. G. Cowx

Published Online: 26 NOV 2007

Print ISBN: 9780632063857

Online ISBN: 9780470995372

DOI: 10.1002/9780470995372

About this Book

The interactions between wild bird populations (many protected by law) and fish, particularly those under commercial culture or part of a fishery is subject of much controversy. Ecological, environmental and conservation pressures run alongside commercial pressures on exploited fish populations. This exciting book draws together contributions from all over the world to provide a fascinating insight into many case studies and conflicts in managed situations as well as looking at the overall ecology of such interactions in normal un-managed ecosystems.

Table of contents

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  1. Part I: Impact of Birds on Fisheries

    1. Chapter 2

      Key Factor Analysis to Assess Cormorant Depredation on Inland Fisheries in the UK (pages 14–27)

      J. R. Britton, J. P. Harvey, I. G. Cowx, T. Holden, M. J. Feltham, B. R. Wilson and J. M. Davies

    2. Chapter 3

      The Relationship Between Cormorant and Fish Populations at Two Fisheries in England: An Overview (pages 28–42)

      J. M. Davies, T. Holden, M. J. Feltham, B. R. Wilson, J. R. Britton, J. P. Harvey and I. G. Cowx

  2. Part II: Bird, Fish, Habitat Interactions

  3. Part III: Mitigation Measures

  4. Part IV: Management

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