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Author Link, Jason S

Title Ecosystem-based fisheries management : confronting tradeoffs / J.S. Link

Publ Info Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2010
 RWU Main Library  SH328 .L564 2010    DUE 09-02-14
Descript xiv, 207 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
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Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 181-202) and index
Contents pt .1. Context. Admit the problem -- Why is an ecosystem approach now strongly heralded and merited? -- Being audacious -- Framework for scientific information to support EBFM -- When does it make sense to do EBFM? -- pt. 2. Making EBFM operational: technical considerations. Ecosystem indicators -- Expanding the stock focus: what we should have been doing yesterday -- A systemic focus: what we can do now -- Assessing risk: a different view of ecosystem information -- pt. 3. Institutional considerations. Why most fisheries biologists become amateur social scientists -- Management institutions regarding EBFM -- It's all about tradeoffs
LC subject Fishery management
Marine fishes -- Ecology
Fish populations
ISBN 9780521762984