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xii, 293 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
  • Introduction Climate changes, globalization and Network Economics An illustrated introduction to networks from the Network Economics perspective The Network Economics approach to the equilibrium and dynamics in ecology and economics Part II: Mathematical background A soft presentation of the mathematics of equilibrium and optimization Networks economics approaches to the equilibrium of ecological and economic systems About the equilibrium of trophic and ecological networks About the equilibrium of economic networks Applications of Network Economics to marine systems About the Gause's exclusion principle About the Peruvian puzzle Ecological controls in the Chilean coastal ecosystem Fishing under finance Futures of the worldwide fish supply chains The spatial behaviour of the Atlantic blue fin tuna The coexistence of small and big fish Conclusion Conclusion Appendices About equilibrium and dynamics in ecology and economics Algorithms for variational inequalities and complementarity problems Utility, prices and equilibrium.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781466590052 20160612
This book addresses the question of the double exposure of marine ecosystems, i.e. to both global climate changes and economic globalization. This book contains a short, but self sufficient mathematical introduction, the formalization in the context of Network economics of global commodity chains, with both trophic and economic processes, and a series of cases studies, going from the re-addressing of fundamental ecological questions such as Gause's exclusion principles to practical studies such as the representation of the global supply chain for tuna.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781466590052 20160612
Marine Biology Library (Miller)
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xxvii, 296 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 26 cm
  • List of contributors-- Foreword-- Preface-- Acknowledgments-- 1. Issues regarding oceans and opportunities: an introduction to the book Salvatore Aric--- 2. Main human uses of ocean areas and resources, impacts and multiple scales of governance Marjo Vierros, Rashid Sumaila and Rolph A. Payet-- 3. Physical and chemical changes in the ocean over basin-wide zones and decadal or longer time-scales: perspectives on current and future conditions Gunnar Kullenberg, Eddy Carmack and Kenneth Denman-- 4. Knowledge and implications of global change in the oceans for biology, ecology and ecosystem services Roberto Danovaro, Cristina Gambi and Cinzia Corinaldesi-- 5. A new perspective on changing Arctic marine ecosystems: panarchy adaptive cycles in pan-Arctic spatial and temporal scales Henry P. Huntington, Eddy Carmack, Paul Wassmann, Francis Wiese, Eva Leu and Rolf Gradinger-- 6. Ecosystem approach and ocean management Marjo Vierros, Ian D. Cresswell, Peter Bridgewater and Anthony D. M. Smith-- 7. Challenges in using valuation in ecosystem-based management in a marine context: the case of UK marine protected area designation Salman Hussain-- 8. The contribution of international scientific cooperation and related institutions to effective governance for the oceans: the cases of regional tsunami early warning systems and the Argo project Stefano Belfiore and Aurora Mateos-- 9. Emerging and unresolved issues: the example of marine genetic resources of areas beyond national jurisdiction Marjo Vierros, Charlotte Salpin, Claudio Chiarolla and Salvatore Aric--- 10. The assumption that the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea is the legal framework for all activities taking place in the sea Tullio Scovazzi-- 11. The legal regime of outer space in light of the Law of the Sea Viviana Iavicoli-- 12. Towards sustainable oceans in the twenty-first century Salvatore Aric-, Gunnar Kullenberg and Biliana Cicin-Sain.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107100138 20160618
Describing the emerging and unresolved issues related to the oceans and the marine environment, this book presents the developments made in marine science and policy since the implementation of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), and implications for the sustainable management of ocean areas and resources. This comprehensive volume also provides a number of scientific, policy, and legal tools to address such issues, and to ensure better science-based management of the oceans. Topics covered include the impacts of human-induced climate change on the oceans, the marine genetic resources debate, the current legal framework for the oceans, and a comparative study of the legal issues associated with outer space. Including practical examples and worldwide case studies, this book is a valuable resource for policy makers, students and academics, in marine science and policy, ocean affairs, and the law of the sea.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107100138 20160618
Marine Biology Library (Miller), SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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v, 135 p. : ill. (some col.), maps ; 30 cm.
The workshop focus was on environmental impact assessment and monitoring, and aquaculture licensing for marine aquaculture cage systems. It also aimed at identifying constraints and shortcomings that need to be dealt with to support the development of the cage industry and facilitate investments from the private sector. The document contains a set of suggestions and recommendations with regards to technical and policy requirements needed to support the growth of the aquaculture sector as a whole and more specifically cage fish farming.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789251062241 20160604
Marine Biology Library (Miller)
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500 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm.
  • Coastal Lagoons: Ecosystem Processes and Modeling for Sustainable Use and Development describes the concepts, models, and data needed to design and implement management programs for long-term sustainability of coastal lagoons. Based on a project conducted under the auspices of NATO-CCMS, the book provides information and methodologies essential for selecting the most appropriate solution for a targeted lagoon environment, highlights issues that must be taken into account for optimal evaluation, and illustrates what short- and long-term changes that can be expected from the application of models presented. This book is a valuable tool for managers designing a sound, ecosystem oriented, model-based sustainable development solution.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781566706865 20160528
An effective decision-making process that will consider the hydrodynamic and ecological conditions of coastal lagoons is critical for handling development and protection of these sensitive ecosystems. In the first book of its kind, "Coastal Lagoons: Ecosystem Processes and Modeling for Sustainable Use and Development" describes the concepts, models, and data needed to design and implement sustainable management programs for the long-term sustainability of coastal lagoons. Based on a project conducted under the auspices of NATO-CCMS (North Atlantic Treaty Organization - Committee on the Challenges of Modern Society), the authors show that by understanding the physical, biogeochemical, and ecological processes and the impact of human land and water uses, policies can be designed and implemented to allow for balanced and sustainable coastal lagoon management. The authors use case studies from their own experience and step-by-step methodologies that illustrate what short- and long-term changes can be expected, based on nutrient inputs and water renewal rates. By integrating science and management, this book emphasizes the basic processes and criteria to be considered in any modeling task, thus creating a framework for adaptive management and sustainability. Conceptual illustrations and tables with equations, rates, and coefficients used in major processes are presented. "Coastal Lagoons: Ecosystem Processes and Modeling for Sustainable Use and Development" is a valuable tool for managers designing a sound, ecosystem-oriented, model-based sustainable development solution to resource management.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781566706865 20160528
Marine Biology Library (Miller)
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viii, 183 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 30 cm.
  • Integrated multi-trophic aquaculture (IMTA) in marine temperate waters / Kelly Barrington, Thierry Chopin and Shawn Robinson
  • Integrated marine and brackishwater aquaculture in tropical regions / Max Troell
  • Integrated aquaculture (INTAQ) as a tool for an ecosystem approach in the Mediterranean Sea / Dror Angel and Shirra Freeman.
This technical paper provides a comprehensive review of current integrated mariculture practices around the world in three papers covering temperate zones, tropical zones and one semi enclosed ecosystem, the Mediterranean Sea. Integrated mariculture includes a diverse range of co-culture/farming practices, from integrated multitrophic aquaculture to the more specialized integration of mangrove planting with aquaculture, called aquasilviculture. Modern integrated mariculture systems must be developed in order to assist sustainable expansion of the sector in coastal and marine ecosystems.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789251063873 20160604
Marine Biology Library (Miller)
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xvii, 235 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
The state of the Northeast Atlantic fisheries in recent years has highlighted implementation as the Achilles heel of modern fisheries management: discards, unreported or misreported landings are in many cases recognised to effectively subvert sound conservation goals. Implementation is thus a key factor in avoiding fisheries crises. While social science literature on fisheries management has tended to regard the implementation of resource conservation policies as a question of effective enforcement, this book seeks to widen the perspective taken on implementation in fisheries management. The cases presented in this volume addresses legal, administrative, and political challenges regarding implementation of resource conservation policies. The book addresses problems relating to goal achievement, but also causes of deliberate change of political goals during implementation. Fisheries management systems are embedded in inert social structures and natural conditions that vary among different states. Consequently, the book takes a historical and comparative approach, describing the historical developments of national implementation systems and the conditions that shaped their development. It thus seeks to explain why national fisheries management systems have evolved differently, focusing on Norwegian, Faeroese, and EU/Danish management systems. The descriptive and explanatory outlines are accompanied by qualitative assessments of the systems effectiveness as tools for collective action.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781402086274 20160528
Marine Biology Library (Miller)
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v, 13 p. ; 30 cm.
Marine Biology Library (Miller)
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ix, 134 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 30 cm.
  • Production, environments, species, quantities and values
  • Markets and trade
  • Contribution to food security and access to food
  • Resource use and the environment
  • Legal, institutional and management aspects
  • Social impacts, employment and poverty reduction
  • Trends and issues
  • Participants in the Expert Workshop on Global Review on Status and Trends in Aquaculture and Prospective Analysis of Future Aquaculture Development, Guangzhou City, Guangdong, China, 12-15 March 2006.
Aquaculture is developing, expanding and intensifying in almost all regions of the world. Although the sector appears to be capable of meeting the gap between future demand and supply for aquatic food, in order to at least maintain the present level of per capita consumption at the global level, there are many constraints and challenges. This well-illustrated document examines the past trends in aquaculture development and describes its current status globally.
Marine Biology Library (Miller)
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424 pages : illustrations, maps ; 29 cm.
  • Oceanographic Data Management : Quills and Free Text to the digital age and "Big Data"/ Justin JH Buck, Roy K Lowry
  • Balancing Formalization and Representation in Cross-Domain Data Management for Sustainable Development / Paolo Diviacco, Adam Leadbetter
  • Developing a Common Global Framework for Marine Data Management / Helen M Glaves
  • Linked Ocean Data 2.0 / Adam Leadbetter, Michelle Cheatham, Adam Shepherd, Rob Thomas
  • Documenting Provenance for Reproducible Marine Ecosystem Assessment in Open Science / Xiaogang Ma ... [et al.]
  • Semantic Search Engine for Data Management and Sustainable Development : Marine Planning Service Platform / Giuseppe Manzella ... [et al.]
  • SeaDataNet : Towards a Pan-European Infrastructure for Marine and Ocean Data Management / Dick Schaap
  • Repositioning Data Management Near Data Acquisition / Paolo Diviacco ... [et al.]
  • Interoperability in marine sensor networks through SWE services: The RITMARE experience / Alessandro Oggioni ... [et al.]
  • Building a 4D Voxel-Based Decision Support System for a Sustainable Management of Marine Geological Resources / Vera Van Lancker ... [et al. ]
  • Providing Oceanographic Data and Information to Pacific Island Communities / James Potemra, John Maurer, Echelle S. Burns
  • Marine environment data management related to human activity in the south-eastern Baltic Sea (Lithuanian segment) / Algimantas Grigelis ... [et al.]
  • Data and Operational Oceanography : A Review in Support of Responsible Fisheries and Aquaculture / Enrique Wulff
  • Integrated Monitoring in the Voordelta, The Netherlands : Monitoring and Data Management for Evaluation of Nature Compensation Measures / Niels Kinneging ... [et al.]
  • Analysis of Ocean in Situ Observations and Web-Based Visualization : From Individual Measurements to an Integrated View / Alexander Barth ... [et al.].
As human activity makes a greater impact on the environment, sustainability becomes an increasingly imperative goal. With the assistance of current technological innovations, environmental systems can be better preserved. Oceanographic and Marine Cross-Domain Data Management for Sustainable Development is a pivotal resource for the latest research on the collection of environmental data for sustainability initiatives and the associate challenges with this data acquisition. Highlighting various technological, scientific, semantic, and semiotic perspectives, this book is ideally designed for researchers, technology developers, practitioners, students, and professionals in the field of environmental science and technology.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781522507000 20161018
Marine Biology Library (Miller)
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x, 152 p. : ill. ; 30 cm.
  • pt. 1. The human context for an ecosystem approach to fisheries. Introduction and background
  • Human values of ecosystem services
  • Policy, legal and institutional frameworks
  • Social and economic considerations
  • pt. 2. Facilitating the implementation of the EAF. Initial steps in implementing the EAF
  • Assessing the impacts of EAF management
  • Incentive mechanisms for applying EAF
  • External financing for the EAF
  • Synthesis and final observations.
Designed to cover a wide range of topics accessible to those in all fisheries areas and disciplines, this report describes the role of the economic, institutional and sociocultural components within the ecosystem approach to fisheries. It provides essential background material on key concepts and issues, on the valuation of aquatic ecosystems, and on relevant policy, legal, institutional, social and economic considerations.--Publisher's description.
Marine Biology Library (Miller)
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v, 23 p. ; 30 cm.
  • Opening of the meeting and arrangements for the session
  • Election of the chairperson
  • Adoption of the agenda
  • Objectives of the expert consultation
  • Review of recent developments and background information
  • Review of the technical guidelines for responsible fish trade
  • Recommendations
  • Adoption of the report.
The purpose of this expert consultation was to review the draft Guidelines for Responsible Fish Trade, taking into account the current environment for the international trade in fish products, illegal, unregulated and unreported fishing (IUU), sustainability and post-harvest practices. This consultation followed on from a recommendation made by the FAO Committee on Fisheries Sub-Committee on Fish Trade (COFI:FT) at its 10th session held in 2006.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789251057865 20160527
Marine Biology Library (Miller)
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ix, 429 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
  • Part I Extreme swimming in the natural environment 1 Salmonid reproductive migration and effects on sexual maturation Hayashida K, Fukaya K, Palstra AP, Ueda H 2 Extreme swimming: the oceanic migrations of anguillid eels Righton D, Aarestrup K, Jellyman D, Sebert P, van den Thillart GEEJM , Tsukamoto K 3 Physiology of swimming and migration in tunas Shadwick RE, Schiller L, Fudge D Part II Potential impacts on swimming fish in aquaculture 4 Forced and preferred swimming speeds of fish ? A methodological approach Tudorache C, de Boeck G, Claireaux G 5 Effects of turbulence on fish swimming in aquaculture Liao JC, Cotel A 6 The effect of hypoxia on fish swimming performance and behaviour Domenici P, Herbert, NA, Lefrancois C, Steffensen JF, McKenzie DJ 7 Exercise, stress and welfare Huntingford FA, Kadri S Part III Nutrition, energy metabolism and muscular growth in swimming fish 8 Swimming enhanced growth Davison W, Herbert NA 9 Metabolic fuel utilization during swimming: Optimizing nutritional requirements for enhanced performance Magnoni LJ, Felip O, Blasco J, Planas JV 10 Transcriptomic and proteomic response of skeletal muscle to swimming-induced exercise in fish Planas JV, Martin-Perez M, Magnoni LJ, Blasco J, Ibarz A, Fernandez-Borras J, Palstra AP 11 Molecular adaptive mechanisms in the cardiac muscle of exercised fish Takle H, Castro V 12 Exercise effects on fish quality and implications for consumer preferences Rasmussen RS, Lopez Albors O, Alfnes F 13 Swimming effects on developing zebrafish Kranenbarg S, Pelster B 14 Exercise physiology of zebrafish: Swimming effects on skeletal and cardiac muscle growth, on the immune system and the involvement of the stress axis Palstra AP, Schaaf M, Planas JV Part IV Novel technologies for studying fish swimming and aquaculture applications 15 Swimming flumes as a tool for studying swimming behavior and physiology: current applications and future developments Ellerby DJ, Herskin J 16 Practical aspects of induced exercise in finfish aquaculture Herbert NA 17 Robotic fish to lead the school Rossi C, Coral W, Barrientos A.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783642310485 20160610
In light of mounting fishing pressures, increased aquaculture production and a growing concern for fish well-being, improved knowledge on the swimming physiology of fish and its application to fisheries science and aquaculture is needed. This book presents recent investigations into some of the most extreme examples of swimming migrations in salmons, eels and tunas, integrating knowledge on their performance in the laboratory with that in their natural environment. For the first time, the application of swimming in aquaculture is explored by assessing the potential impacts and beneficial effects. The modified nutritional requirements of "athletic" fish are reviewed as well as the effects of exercise on muscle composition and meat quality using state-of-the-art techniques in genomics and proteomics. The last chapters introduce zebrafish as a novel exercise model and present the latest technologies for studying fish swimming and aquaculture applications.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783642310485 20160610
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Marine Biology Library (Miller)
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x, 168 p. : ill., maps ; 29 cm.
  • Introduction
  • The sustainable livelihood approach : new directions in West and Central African small-scale fisheries
  • Analysing and addressing the multiple dimensions of poverty
  • Reassessing the economic and social contribution of fisheries in developing countries
  • Mainstreaming fisheries in developing policy
  • Institutional innovations in fisheries co-management
  • Understanding the mobility of fishing people and the challenge of migration to devolved fisheries management
  • Microfinance, capacity building and livelihoods diversification
  • Innovations in communication enhance grassroots development
  • Responding to HIV and AIDS in fishing communities : case studies from Benin and Congo
  • Mainstreaming gender in fisheries
  • Combining a focus on poverty reduction with responsible fisheries : SFLIP's impact on development policy.
This document highlights important examples generated by the Sustainable Fisheries Livelihoods Programme with regard not only to reconciling poverty reduction and responsible fishing but also showing how the two are mutually dependent and essential for sustainable outcomes. It provides a consolidated account of main lessons learned to serve as a source of information and inspiration for further work with small-scale fishing communities.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789251061121 20160527
Marine Biology Library (Miller)
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x, 276 pages ; 24 cm
  • The problems. International regulation
  • The political economy of regulation
  • Regulatory capture
  • The cultures of fishing regulation
  • Subsidies and fishing capacity
  • Economic development
  • Proposed solutions. A global fisheries organization
  • Individual transferable quotas
  • International tradable permits
  • Conclusion.
The Earth's oceans are overfished, despite more than fifty years of cooperation among the world's fishing nations. There are too many boats chasing too few fish. In Saving Global Fisheries, J. Samuel Barkin and Elizabeth DeSombre analyze the problem of overfishing and offer a provocative proposal for a global regulatory and policy approach. Existing patterns of international fisheries management try to limit the number of fish that can be caught while governments simultaneously subsidize increased fishing capacity, focusing on fisheries as an industry to be developed rather than on fish as a resource to be conserved. Regionally based international management means that protection in one area simply shifts fishing efforts to other species or regions. Barkin and DeSombre argue that global rather than regional regulation is necessary for successful fisheries management and emphasize the need to reduce subsidies. They propose an international system of individual transferable quotas that would give holders of permits an interest in the long-term health of fish stocks and help create a sustainable level of fishing capacity globally.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780262018647 20160610
Marine Biology Library (Miller)
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xv, 325 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
  • Foreword Lord Robert May-- Preface-- Acknowledgment-- 1. Introduction: toward ecosystem-based management of fisheries Villy Christensen-- Part I. Life in the Oceans: 2. The oxygen constraint Andrew Bakun-- 3. Organizing and disseminating marine biodiversity information: the FishBase and SeaLifeBase story Maria L. D. Palomares and Nicolas Bailly-- 4. The science in FishBase Rainer Froese-- Part II. Evaluating Impact on Marine Life: 5. How much fish is being extracted from the oceans and what is it worth? Reg Watson, Rashid Sumaila and Dirk Zeller-- 6. Fishing down the food web Konstantinos I. Stergiou and Villy Christensen-- 7. Aquaculture up and down the food web Roger Pullin-- 8. Beyond food: fish in the 21st century Jennifer Jacquet-- 9. The shifting baselines syndrome: perception, deception and the future of our oceans Jeremy Jackson and Jennifer Jacquet-- Part III. Managing Living Resources: 10. Assessment of exploited stocks of tropical fishes: an overview John Munro-- 11. Ecosystem-based fisheries management in the face of climate change William W. L. Cheung, Jessica J. Meeuwig and Vicky W. Y. Lam-- 12. Progress in the use of ecosystem modeling for fisheries management Villy Christensen and Carl Walters-- Part IV. The Human Side: 13. Science and capacity building for sustainable development in fisheries Cornelia E. Nauen and Gotthilf Hempel-- 14. Thinking big on small scale fisheries Ratana Chuenpagdee-- 15. Coastal-marine resource use in human ecological context: the scale and modes of integration Kenneth Ruddle-- 16. Global fisheries economic analysis Rashid Sumaila, Andrew J. Dyck, Andres M. Cisneros-Montemayor and Reg Watson-- Part V. Impacting Policy: 17. Linking conservation policy and science Joshua S. Reichert-- 18. Using the science Michael Hirshfield-- 19. The scientist as communicator Nancy Baron-- 20. Scenario development for decision-making Villy Christensen and Sherman Lai-- 21. The relationship between science and ocean policy Carl Safina and Marah J. Hardt-- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521130226 20160605
Inspired by the work of the renowned fisheries scientist Daniel Pauly, this book provides a detailed overview of ecosystem-based management of fisheries. It explores the complex and interdisciplinary nature of the subject by bringing together contributions from some of the world's leading fisheries scientists, managers and conservationists. Combining both research reviews and opinion pieces, and reflecting the breadth of Pauly's influence within the field, the book illustrates the range of issues associated with the implementation of the ecosystem approach and the challenge of long-term sustainability. Topics covered include global biodiversity, the impact of human actions on marine life, the implications for economic and social systems and the role of science in communicating and shaping ocean policy to preserve resources for the future. This book provides a complete and essential overview for advanced researchers and those just entering the field.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780521130226 20160605
Marine Biology Library (Miller)
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xvi, 164 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Fluctuations and declines in marine fish populations have caused growing concern among marine scientists, fisheries managers, commercial and recreational fishers, and the public. "Sustaining Marine Fisheries" explores the nature of marine ecosystems and the complex interacting factors that shape their productivity. The book documents the condition of marine fisheries today, highlighting species and geographic areas that are under particular stress. Challenges to achieving sustainability are discussed, and shortcomings of existing fisheries management and regulation are examined. The volume calls for fisheries management to adopt a broader ecosystem perspective that encompasses all relevant environmental and human influences. "Sustaining Marine Fisheries" offers new approaches to building workable fisheries management institutions, improving scientific data, and developing management tools. The book recommends ways to change current practices that encourage overexploitation of fish resources. It will be of special interest to marine policymakers and ecologists, fisheries regulators and managers, fisheries scientists and marine ecologists, fishers, and concerned individuals.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780309055260 20160527
Marine Biology Library (Miller), SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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xiii, 363 p. : ill., maps, plans ; 25 cm.
  • 1. The Bergen Conference on Implementing the Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries-- 2. The Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries: principles-- 3. The Ecosystem Approach of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)-- 4. The Large Marine Ecosystem Approach to Marine Resources Assessment and Management-- 5. Ecosystem-based Management of Marine Capture Fisheries: Operationally Useful!-- 6. The Human Side of the Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management-- 7. Research Requirements of an Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries-- 8. Implementing an Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management-- 9. Benefits and Costs of Implementing the Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries-- 10. Creating Incentives for the Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management-- 11. Fisheries Assessment and Decision-Making-- 12. The Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management: An Industry Perspective-- 13. Ecosystem Approach to Management: Definitions, Principles and Experience from implementation-- 14. Integrated Management Plan for the Barents Sea and the Seas off the Lofoten Islands-- 15. Ecosystem-based Fisheries Management in Iceland-- 16. The Implementation of the Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management in the Benguela Region-- 17. Implementing the Ecosystem Approach in Commonwealth (Federally) Managed Fisheries-- 18. The Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management in the USA-- 19. Are the Lake Victoria Fisheries Threatened by Exploitation or Eutrophication?
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781845934149 20160528
Sustainable use of aquatic ecosystems is high on regional, national and international agendas and central to the implementation of international agreements on biological diversity, responsible fisheries and fish stock management. Since 2001, when political commitments were made to implement the ecosystem approach, countries have begun to incorporate ecosystem considerations into their fisheries management and have met with varied success."The Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries" covers both theoretical and applied aspects of sustainable management, with a particular emphasis on reviewing concepts and addressing implementation issues in the form of case studies from around the world. Personal experiences are considered from diverse backgrounds and discuss the constraints encountered, strategies identified and best practices to facilitate further implementation.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781845934149 20160528
Marine Biology Library (Miller)
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v, 30 p. : ill. ; 30 cm.
  • Opening of the meeting and arrangements for the session
  • introduction of the background, objectives and expected outcome of the expert consultation
  • Definition of inland capture fisheries for the purpose of ecolabelling
  • Scope, principles, general considerations, and minimim substantive requiremetns and criteria for the ecolabelling of fish and fishery products form inland capture fisheries
  • Procedural and institutional aspects for the ecolabelleing of fish and fishery productes from inland capture fisheries
  • Adoption of the report.h
The Expert Consultation took as its main working document the Guidelines for the Ecolabelling of Fish and Fisher Products from Marine Capture Fisheries adopted by the twenty-sixth session of the Committee on Fisheries and published by FAO in 2005. The Consultation made various additional and amendments to this document for it to be suitable fro inland capture fisheries. Many of these amendments derived from including culture-based and enhanced fisheries into the definition of inland capture fisheries. Amendments concerned mostly the sections addressing management systems, "stocks under consideration", ecosystem considerations and methodological aspects. Aquaculture was excluded from the scope of the guidelines.--Publisher's description.
Marine Biology Library (Miller)
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vii, 116 p. : col. ill. ; 30 cm.
This technical paper reviews current information on the effectiveness of habitat rehabilitation techniques for inland fisheries, based on published evaluations of projects including studies on roads improvements and sediment reduction, riparian and floodplain rehabilitation, placement of habitat structures in lakes and streams, and the addition of nutrients to increase aquatic production. It also sets out information on planning, prioritising and monitoring rehabilitation projects.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789251053546 20160527
Marine Biology Library (Miller)
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viii, 99 p. ; 30 cm.
The Consultation stressed the benefits of internationally agreed guidelines aimed at avoiding the misuse of ecolabelling schemes through, inter alia, preventing them becoming barriers to trade. The Consultation was able to make good progress in completing the guidelines, in particular the part dealing with the procedural and institutional aspects of ecolabelling schemes. The Consultation nevertheless acknowledged that more work was still necessary on, inter alia, terms and definitions and the minimum substantive requirements and criteria.
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