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Models for Multispecies Management

Edited By: Tor Rodseth
246 pages, 85 figs, 45 tabs
Publisher: Springer Nature
Models for Multispecies Management
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  • Models for Multispecies Management ISBN: 9783790810011 Paperback Dec 1998 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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The present book summarizes parts of the research made in the Norwegian Multispecies program. This program was initiated by the then Norwegian Council of Fisheries Research, which was later integrated in The Research Council of Norway. Modelling has been a key element in the program. In the first place, modelling, be it singlespecies or multispecies modelling, is an efficient way of summing up existing knowledge, and performing analyses of different types on the basis of it. Furthermore, models may serve as a meeting ground between fishery researchers from different academic fields. This has been an important aspect of the Multispecies program, bringing together oceanographers, biologists, economists, mathematicians and statisticians in fruitful cooperation. That this has proved possible may be taken as an important result of the program. The multispecies aspect has perhaps underscored the need for inter-disciplinary cooperation.


- Introduction
- Ecological Modelling for Fisheries
- Biological Modelling
- System Model (Systmod) for the Norwegian Sea and the Barents Sea
- "Stockfish", a Multispecies Model for Stochastics Analysis
- Bioeconomic Multispecies Model of the Barents Sea Fisheries
- Scenario Barents Sea: A Tool for Evaluating Fisheries Management Regimes
- The Use of Multi-species Models in Fishery Management
- Some Perspectives

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Edited By: Tor Rodseth
246 pages, 85 figs, 45 tabs
Publisher: Springer Nature
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