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Can humans coexist with fishes?

Gene S. Helfman. 2007. Fish conservation: A guide to understanding and restoring global aquatic biodiversity and fishery resources. Island Press, Washington, DC, USA. $85.00

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Albins, M., Evans, A., Ismail, G. et al. Can humans coexist with fishes?. Environ Biol Fish 96, 1301–1313 (2013). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10641-011-9866-3

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  • Fishes
  • Conservation
  • Biodiversity
  • Book critique