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Data from: Optimized fishing through periodically harvested closures
负责人:
Carvalho, Paul
关键词:
Fisheries management Bioeconomic model Marine protected areas Conservation Fish behavior Periodically harvested closures Population dynamics Marine reserves
摘要:
ate high harvest efficiency by reducing fish wariness of fishing gear. However, the ability for periodic closures to also support high fisheries yields
Data from: Bayesian inference reveals positive but subtle effects of experimental fishery closures on marine predator demographics
负责人:
关键词:
Benguela ecosystem;Marine protected areas;Forage fish;Fishing closures;Seabird-fisheries interactions;Spheniscus demersus;African penguin
摘要:
; i.e. the threshold considered biologically meaningful by fisheries management in South Africa. Fishing closures evidently can improve the population trend of a forage
Data from: Demonstrating multiple benefits from periodically harvested fisheries closures
负责人:
Goetze, Jordan
关键词:
Fisheries Management Conservation Customary Management Meta-analysis Marine Reserve Small Scale Fisheries Analytical Framework Locally Managed Marine Areas
摘要:
1.Periodically harvested closures (PHCs) are one of the most common forms of fisheries management in Melanesia, demonstrating multiple objectives
Data from: Local forage fish abundance influences foraging effort and offspring condition in an Endangered marine predator
负责人:
Sherley, Richard
关键词:
African penguin Benguela ecosystem dive behaviour fisheries closures forage fish foraging ecology prey abundance marine spatial management
摘要:
ips in the absence of industrial fishing are extremely rare. 2. We took advantage of an experimental fisheries closure to study how local prey abundance influences
Data from: Phylogenetic and biogeographical relationships of the Sander pikeperches (Percidae: Perciformes): patterns across North Amer
负责人:
Haponski, Amanda E.
关键词:
biogeography mitochondrial DNA nuclear DNA Percidae phylogenetics Sander speciation Stizostedion pikeperch phylogeography
摘要:
, and S.?volgensis) – whose evolutionary relationships and relative genetic diversities were previously unresolved, despite their fishery importance. This is the fir

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