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Mitigating Impacts of Natural Hazards on Fishery Ecosystems

Proceedings

Series: American Fisheries Society Symposium Series Volume: 64

Edited By: K McLaughlin

American Fisheries Society

Hardback | Jan 2008 | #179509 | ISBN-13: 9781934874011
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The inevitability of natural hazards makes them a topic of relevance to a wide range of scientists. From regional fisheries managers to policy makers, hazards, be they atmospheric, hydrologic, or geologic, affect all aspects of fisheries and all geographies. In this volume, authors discuss not only the impact of natural hazards on fish populations, but also the effect on the fishery habitat and the fishing and coastal communities dependent on such populations. Research on an assortment of hazards is presented, including earthquakes, volcanoes, hurricanes, tsunamis, hypoxia, and harmful algal blooms.


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