Fish population dynamics, monitoring and management sustainable fisheries in the eternal ocean By I. Aoki, T. Yamakawa & A. Takasuka Springer, Japan, 2018

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Abstract

In the words on the cover of this book “it offers readers a broad understanding of the current methods and theory for sustainable exploitation of fisheries resources, and introduces recent findings and technological developments.” This is a fair description of its scope which is covered in just under 250 pages. Inevitably for a concise volume with such a breadth of material to include, some topics are dealt with in a very cursory manner and there are notable omissions, but it makes a good read, especially for those interested in learning about how fisheries are managed in the seas around Japan.
LanguageEnglish
Number of pages1
JournalFish and Fisheries
Early online date15 Jan 2019
DOIs
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 15 Jan 2019

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  • Japan
  • fish population dynamics

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