By Eugene H. Kaplan
With greater than 500 species defined and greater than four hundred illustrations, this advisor offers quickly and simple visible id of fishes, mollusks, sponges, shrimps, lobsters, crabs, and masses extra of the fauna came across at the coral reefs of the Caribbean and Florida.
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Stefan Claesson, for example, discusses the potential of the extraordinary detail provided in the logbooks submitted by New England ﬁshermen during the 1850s. In a similar vein, Julia Lajus assesses the archival, as well as the intellectual, legacies of Karl Ernst von Baer, while Tim D. Smith, Elizabeth A. Josephson, John L. Bannister and their colleagues test the veracity of the evidence derived from logbooks by Maury, Townsend and other 19th- and 20th-century researchers. Analysis of these various source materials offers numerous insights into the management of marine resources.
Grahame, B. Griffen, A. Houghton, R. Houghton, T. Huspeni, M. Janamma, K. Jensen, K. Johannesson, L. Johnson, A. Kintner, T. Kocher, M. Krakau, J. Lee, M. Lesser, T. Maguire, J. Meyer, L. Page, J. Phelan, R. Poulsen, R. Ramsay, A. Rosenberg, D. Starkey, C. Suckling, V. Taibe, S. Teck, F. Viard, J. Wares, S. Williams and D. Zdankoweicz for ﬁeld and/or laboratory assistance, insights, advice and/or manuscript comments. Support provided by NSF (OCE-0503932), NH Sea Grant, USDA Hatch, and the UNH Vice President for Research Discretionary Fund to J.
Jones shows that the retail price of food can be tracked back to the 1850s by processing information contained in American restaurant menus – that is, he provides evidence that predates by a century or so the ﬁrst equivalent ‘ofﬁcial’ price data. Likewise, Stefan Claesson describes how the raw data contained in contemporary logbooks have been utilized to estimate the stock of cod that inhabited the Scotian Shelf during the 1850s, a baseline that facilitates comparison with stock assessments undertaken in the same area in the early 21st century (Rosenberg et al, 2005).
A Field Guide to Coral Reefs Caribbean and Florida (Peterson Field Guides) by Eugene H. Kaplan