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Title: Comparison of the effects of exploitation on theoretical long-lived fish species with different life-history strategies and the implications for management
Authors: Codling, E.A.
Kelly, C.J.
Clarke, M.
Keywords: Elasmobranch
k-strategy
r-strategy
Exploitation
Management plan
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES)
Citation: Codling, E.A., Kelly, C.J. & Clarke, M. (2005). Comparison of the effects of exploitation on theoretical long-lived fish species with different life-history strategies and the implications for management. ICES CM Documents, 2005/N:24. Accessed at http://www.ices.dk/products/CMdocs/2005/N/N2405.pdf
Series/Report no.: ICES Conference and Meeting (CM) Documents;2005/N:24
Abstract: A stage-based simulation model is used to investigate the effect of exploitation on theoretical populations representing long-lived elasmobranch and teleost species with different life-history strategies. A comparison is made between the effect of exploitation on the elasmobranch ‘k-strategists’ and other teleost species that are ‘r-strategists’. We demonstrate the effects of stage-based exploitation on a typical long-lived elasmobranch population and discuss the implications of this when designing a management plan to ensure survival of the stock.
Description: This article was originally published by ICES on their website http://www.ices.dk/.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10793/770
http://www.ices.dk/products/CMdocs/2005/N/N2405.pdf
ISBN: 87-7482-045-1
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