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Fish Reproductive Biology: Implications for Assessment and Management

By: Tore Jakobsen(Editor), Michael J Fogarty(Editor), Bernard A Megrey(Editor), Erlend Moksness(Editor)

485 pages, 12 plates with 27 colour illustrations; b/w illustrations, b/w maps, tables


Hardback | Mar 2016 | Edition: 2 | #225980 | ISBN-13: 9781118752746
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This fully up-to-date, expanded and revised new edition has been written and compiled by some of the world's leading experts on fish reproduction and fisheries science.

Following an introductory chapter, Fish Reproductive Biology is broadly divided into three sections. The first section, Biology, Population Dynamics and Recruitment, covers recruitment in marine fish populations, reproductive dynamics, recruitment variability and the effects of fishing on fish populations. The book's second section concentrates on information critical to successful assessment and management, and includes in-depth information on egg, larval and juvenile surveys, stock identification and assessment models, predictions of catch and biomass, and the contribution of individual reproductive potential to recruitment and fisheries management. Fish Reproductive Biology's final section covers the incorporation of reproductive biology and recruitment considerations into management advice and strategies, and includes chapters dealing with current paradigms and forms of advice, new approaches to management, and the implementation of information on stock reproductive potential in fisheries management.

This excellent new edition provides vital information for fish biologists, fisheries scientist and managers, and should be found on the shelves of all libraries in universities and research establishments where biological sciences and fisheries management are studied and taught.

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Contributors vii
Preface ix
Acronyms x

Introduction 1
Tore Jakobsen, Michael J. Fogarty, Bernard A. Megrey and Erlend Moksness

Part I Biology, Population Dynamics, and Recruitment

Chapter 1 Recruitment in Marine Fish Populations 11
Michael J. Fogarty and Loretta O’Brien

Chapter 2 Reproductive Dynamics 50
Dimitri A. Pavlov and Natal’ya G. Emel’yanova

Chapter 3 Recruitment Variability 98
Edward D. Houde

Chapter 4 Effects of Fishing on the Population 188
Marie-Joëlle Rochet and Lise Marty

Part II Information Critical to Successful Assessment and Management

Chapter 5 Egg, Larval, and Juvenile Surveys 229
Nancy C.H. Lo, Paul E. Smith, and Motomitsu Takahashi

Chapter 6 Stock Identification 252
Gavin A. Begg and Steven X. Cadrin

Chapter 7 Stock Assessment Models and Predictions of Catch and Biomass 279
John G. Pope

Chapter 8 Applied Fisheries Reproductive Biology: Contribution of Individual Reproductive Potential to Recruitment and Fisheries Management 321
Olav S. Kjesbu

Part III Incorporation of Reproductive Biology and Recruitment Considerations into Management Advice and Strategies

Chapter 9 Current Paradigms and Forms of Advice 369
Kevern L. Cochrane

Chapter 10 Management: New Approaches to Old Problems 395
Carl M. O’Brien

Chapter 11 Implementing Information on Stock Reproductive Potential in Fisheries Management: The Motivation, Challenges and Opportunities 438
C. Tara Marshall

Species Index 465
Subject Index 468

A colour plate section falls between pages 292 and 293

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