By F. R. Harden Jones (auth.), James D. McCleave, Geoffrey P. Arnold, Julian J. Dodson, William H. Neill (eds.)
The final significant synthesis of our wisdom of fish migration and the underlying delivery and counsel phenomena, either actual and organic, used to be "Fish Migration" released sixteen years in the past through F.R. Harden Jones (1968). That synthesis was once dependent mostly upon what might be gleaned via classical fishery-biology techni.ques, comparable to tagging and recapture reports, advertisement fishing statistics, and netting and trapping stories. even though Harden Jones additionally supplied, with a great deal of notion and hypothesis, a theoretical foundation for learning a few of the facets of fish migration and migratory orientation, growth during this box has been, with a couple of excepti.ons, piecemeal and extra disjointed than could have been anticipated. therefore we welcomed the procedure from the NATO Marine Sciences Programme Panel and the encouragement from F.R. Harden Jones to boost a proprosal for, and finally to arrange, a NATO complicated study Institute (ARI) on mechanisms of fish migration. tremendous development were made with descriptive, analytical and predictive methods to fish migration because the visual appeal of "Fish ~ligration." either a result of development and the usually conflicting result of study, we felt that the time was once back correct and the hassle justified to synthesize and to severely examine our wisdom. Our final objective was once to spot the profits and shortcomings and to strengthen testable hypotheses for the following decade or two.
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