Edited By: JF Caddy
Marine invertebrate resources are widely exploited worldwide, and they are important to the economies of both developed and developing nations. This comprehensive sourcebook provides the foundation for a resource management strategy that ensures consistent, abundant annual harvests, while maintaining stable invertebrate populations. It examines the dynamics of some 30 invertebrate populations, with reference to the ecological, social, and economic implications of resource management. There are examples from tropical, temperate, and Arctic ecosystems. Special topics include fishery forecasting models and trap selection.
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