By: Alistair Hobday (Author), Richard Brill (Author), Laurent Dagorn (Author)
Tunas and Their Fisheries brings together top researchers in the field to explore the current and future research necessary for proper pelagic resource management. Tunas and Their Fisheries is divided into four sections, covering basic tuna biology including energetics, reproduction and movement patterns; population assessments and the impact of oceanographic conditions and climate change; and the ecological, economic and cultural importance of large pelagic fishes and their fisheries. Comprehensive and cosmopolitan in its coverage, Tunas and Their Fisheries is an essential resource for advanced students and researchers, as well as professionals involved in the management of pelagic fisheries.
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