By: Kai Lorenzen
352 pages, 50 Illus
This book is entirely devoted to culture fisheries, which are fisheries based largely or entirely on the stocking of farm-produced seed fish. It provides a solid, scientific basis for the management and development of culture fisheries.
Introduction Culture-based fisheries systems Ecological basis Population genetics Seed production and release Population dynamics Institutional arrangements Culture-based fisheries in aquatic resource management Developing culture-based fisheries Analysis and assessment Using population models in assessment Hatchery supplementation in endangered populations Synthesis and outlook.
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Kai Lirenzen, Imperial College, Department of Earth Sciences and Engineering, London, UK
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