Marine habitat and cover : their importance for productive coastal fishery resources / by John F. Caddy.

By: Caddy, J. F. (John F.).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Oceanographic methodology series ; 11 [i.e. 12]; Oceanographic methodology series ; 12.Publisher: Paris : UNESCO, 2007Description: 253 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9789231040351.ISSN: 0077-104X.Subject(s): ALGAE | BENTHIC ENVIRONMENT | COASTAL FISHERIES | CONSERVATION | DEMERSAL FISH | FISHERY MANAGEMENT | HABITAT IMPROVEMENT | LIFE CYCLES | MARINE ECOSYSTEMS | MARINE HABITATS | MIGRATIONS | MODELLING | MORTALITY | RECRUITMENT | RESOURCE MANAGEMENT | SETTLEMENT | TRAWLINGHoldings: GRETA POINT: 639.2.053 MAR Summary: "Until recently, studies of the marine environment have neglected the physical structure and complexity of fish habitat, underestimating the impact of its degradation and simplification for stock sizes. Marine Habitat and Cover argues that when fishery resources are depleted, harvest controls alone are ineffective for their recovery and subsequent conservation. Integrating ecological and management notions into a common framework, this work sets forth the importance of habitat quality in its relation to the life cycles of marine populations, as well as the impact of anthropogenic factors on the abundance or absence of cover."--Back cover.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 215-243) and index.

"Until recently, studies of the marine environment have neglected the physical structure and complexity of fish habitat, underestimating the impact of its degradation and simplification for stock sizes. Marine Habitat and Cover argues that when fishery resources are depleted, harvest controls alone are ineffective for their recovery and subsequent conservation. Integrating ecological and management notions into a common framework, this work sets forth the importance of habitat quality in its relation to the life cycles of marine populations, as well as the impact of anthropogenic factors on the abundance or absence of cover."--Back cover.

GRETA POINT: 639.2.053 MAR

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