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    Swales, Stephen 2018. Have Fish Will Travel-A Scientist's View of the World. Fisheries, Vol. 43, Issue. 12, p. 556.

    Modesto, Vanessa Ilarri, Martina Souza, Allan T Lopes-Lima, Manuel Douda, Karel Clavero, Miguel and Sousa, Ronaldo 2018. Fish and mussels: Importance of fish for freshwater mussel conservation. Fish and Fisheries, Vol. 19, Issue. 2, p. 244.

    Fuller, Ian C. and Death, Russell G. 2018. The science of connected ecosystems: What is the role of catchment-scale connectivity for healthy river ecology?. Land Degradation & Development, Vol. 29, Issue. 5, p. 1413.

    Comte, Lise and Olden, Julian D. 2017. Evolutionary and environmental determinants of freshwater fish thermal tolerance and plasticity. Global Change Biology, Vol. 23, Issue. 2, p. 728.

    Liu, Chunlong Comte, Lise and Olden, Julian D. 2017. Heads you win, tails you lose: Life-history traits predict invasion and extinction risk of the world's freshwater fishes. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, Vol. 27, Issue. 4, p. 773.

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Freshwater fish are one of the most diverse groups of vertebrates, but are also amongst the most threatened. With contributions from leaders in the field, this is the first assessment of the global state of freshwater fish diversity, synthesising the opportunities, challenges and barriers facing the conservation of freshwater fish biodiversity. The book includes the first global assessment of the number, type and distribution of threatened freshwater fish species, discussing the features of freshwater fish biology and ecology that render so many species vulnerable to extinction. Introductory chapters on why freshwater fish are so sensitive to environmental change and disturbance lead into chapters providing detailed reviews of the key threatening processes and potential solutions. A concluding chapter summarises the key issues and looks to the future for opportunities and challenges for the conservation and management of freshwater fish.

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'It is not often that I moved to write that a book is excellently and authoritatively writtenand edited throughout, but this is one of those rare occasions … I unhesitatingly recommend this book to anyone involved with freshwater fish conservation in any capacity. … The excellent reviews and thoughts presented here will certainly bring such readers rapidly up to speed on the current state of freshwater fish conservation around the world. Finally, this book also lends itself to adoption as a teaching text for advanced undergraduate and postgraduate classes, with all but the last chapter ending with a series of discussion questions which would serve well as tutorial, essay and even examination subjects!'

Ian J. Winfield Source: Journal of Fish Biology

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