The Resource Aquatic protected areas as fisheries management tools : proceedings of the American Fisheries Society/Sea Grant Symposium Aquatic Protected Areas as Fisheries Management Tools held in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, 11-12 August 2003, edited by J. Brooke Shipley

Aquatic protected areas as fisheries management tools : proceedings of the American Fisheries Society/Sea Grant Symposium Aquatic Protected Areas as Fisheries Management Tools held in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, 11-12 August 2003, edited by J. Brooke Shipley

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Aquatic protected areas as fisheries management tools : proceedings of the American Fisheries Society/Sea Grant Symposium Aquatic Protected Areas as Fisheries Management Tools held in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, 11-12 August 2003
Title
Aquatic protected areas as fisheries management tools
Title remainder
proceedings of the American Fisheries Society/Sea Grant Symposium Aquatic Protected Areas as Fisheries Management Tools held in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, 11-12 August 2003
Statement of responsibility
edited by J. Brooke Shipley
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Language
eng
Cataloging source
UNA
Dewey number
639.977
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
American Fisheries Society symposium
Series volume
42
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Aquatic protected areas as fisheries management tools : proceedings of the American Fisheries Society/Sea Grant Symposium Aquatic Protected Areas as Fisheries Management Tools held in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, 11-12 August 2003, edited by J. Brooke Shipley
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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Contents
Foreword -- A summary and overview of the symposium -- Stakeholder perspectives on aquatic protected areas -- Symbols and abbreviations -- Pt. 1. Panelists. Extended abstract: Area-based management and sustainable fisheries under the purview of the National Marine Fisheries Service (NOAA Fisheries) -- Synergy in aquatic protection: a pragmatic approach to protection and enhancement of marine ecosystems -- Nongovernmental organization views on advantages and disadvantages of aquatic protected areas -- How the organized recreational fishing community views aquatic protected areas -- pt. 2. Keynote speakers. Marine protected areas: an old tool for new circumstances -- Marine protected areas in fisheries: design and performance issues -- Abstract: On the need for a global network of large marine reserves -- pt. 3. Design and selection. The no-take research natural area of Dry Tortugas National Park (Florida): wishful thinking or responsible planning? -- Sustainability and yield in marine reserve policy -- Abstract: Laying the scientific foundation to evaluate ecological recovery in California's Cowcod conservation areas -- Marine managed areas designated by NOAA Fisheries: a characterization study and preliminary assessment -- The importance of retention zones in the dispersal of larvae -- pt. 4. Evaluation. Harvest benefits: marine reserves or traditional fishery management tools -- Effects of marine protected areas on the assessment of marine fisheries -- Marine protected areas as biological successes and social failures in Southeast Asia -- pt. 5. Case studies. Spillover effects from temperate marine protected areas -- Why have no-take marine protected areas? -- A reexamination of monitoring projects of southern Florida adult spiny lobster Panulirus argus, 1973-2002: the response of local spiny lobster populations, in size structure, abnundance, and fecundity, to different-sized sanctuaries -- The Emerald and Western Banks closed area community: changing patterns and their comparison -- A key role for marine protected areas in sustaining a regional fishery for Barramundi Lates calcarifer in mangrove-dominated estuaries? Evidence from northern Australia -- Abstract: Effect fo fishing on the benthic habitat and faunta of seamounts on the Chatham Rise, New Zealnd -- Abstract: Evaluation of areas closed to fishing on the continental shelf off Nova Scotia -- Abstract: The use of a refuge area in the resoration of Lake Trout in Parry Sound, Lake Huron -- Dramatic increase in the relative abundance of large male dungeness crabs Cancer magister following closure of commercial fishing in Glacier Bay, Alaska -- pt. 6. Economic and legal issues. Abstract: Incorporating information and expectations in fishermen's spatial decisions -- The economics of protected areas in marine fisheries management: an overview of the issues -- Taking a risk: legal challenges and issues for no-take zones -- Appendix 1. Selected bibliography -- Appendix 2. Institutions and organizations -- Appendix 3. Aquatic protected area web sites
Control code
000026898236
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xxii, 301 p.
Isbn
9781888569629
Other physical details
ill. (some col.), maps (some col.)
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.b2078109x
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  • 2078109xjj
  • (OCoLC)56407195

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