Critics’ Reviews

With this practical context in mind, the book is best suited for students of environmental management those employed in the field of fisheries management…

this book’s strength is its practicality. It is a useful guide to managers and students alike. The separation of distinct (yet related) issues into chapters allows the reader to direct their inquiry to issues most pertinent to them. It’s a straightforward read with some uncomplicated accounts of fisheries management…

the book plugs a gap in the forum of fisheries management and it will be a useful reference text for many. – Asia pacific Journal of Environmental Law, Vol 11, Issues 3 & 4

Fisheries Management in Australia is a well-detailed, technical and very useful book. Written by fisheries and environmental researcher, and avid recreational fisher, Daryl McPhee, it analyses Australian fisheries managaement meticulously, and unravels and intricacies of the fisheries-related, federal and state institutions and practices in a clear and engaging way.

…McPhee’s care in research and skill in delivery makes an interesting read… – Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, Vol 16, March 2009

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