Proceedings of the International Symposium on Genetics of Subarctic Fish and Shellfish
A.J. Gharrett, W.W. Smoker, R.L. Wilmot, J.H. Helle, J.E. Seeb, and L.W. Seeb (editors)
- Pub. no.: AK-SG-95-01
- Year: 1994
- Pages: 340
- Price: $25.00
- ISBN: 0706-652X
|Softcover book||$25.00||Permanently out of stock|
This peer-reviewed proceedings has the potential to accelerate the evolution of genetic tools in fisheries science worldwide. Held in May 1993 in Juneau, Alaska, the symposium addressed maintenance of genetic variability in populations, use of DNA markers, polygenic variation, and human activities that threaten biodiversity. The proceedings assesses the progress and prospects in fisheries genetics with an emphasis on arctic species. The editors emphasize the importance of studying successful self-sustaining populations now to learn as much as possible about genetic structures that contribute to their success. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 51(Suppl. 1):1–334, 1994.
This book may be borrowed from the National Sea Grant Library, publication #AKU-W-93-004.