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Tropical Fish Otoliths: Information for Assessment, Management and Ecology (Reviews: Methods and Technologies in Fish Biology and Fisheries) download ebook

by Bridget S. Green,Bruce D. Mapstone,Gary Carlos,Gavin A. Begg

Tropical Fish Otoliths: Information for Assessment, Management and Ecology (Reviews: Methods and Technologies in Fish Biology and Fisheries) download ebook
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1402035829
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978-1402035821
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Bridget S. Green,Bruce D. Mapstone,Gary Carlos,Gavin A. Begg
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Springer; 2009 edition (August 19, 2009)
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313 pages
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Techniques and theory for processing otoliths from tropical marine fish have developed only recently due to an historic misconception that these organisms could not be aged.

ISBN-13: 978-1402035821. Techniques and theory for processing otoliths from tropical marine fish have developed only recently due to an historic misconception that these organisms could not be aged. Otoliths are the most commonly used structures from which daily, seasonal or annual records of a fish’s environmental history are inferred, and are also used as indicators of migration patterns, home range, spatial distribution, stock structure and life history events.

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Tropical fish otoliths: 738 information for assessment, management and ecology. A practical handbook for determining the ages of 755 Gulf of Mexico fishes. Gulf States Marine Fisheries Commission Publication Number 111.

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Tropical fish otoliths: information for assessment, management and ecology. BS Green, BD Mapstone, G Carlos, GA Begg. Springer Science & Business Media, 2009. Are input controls required in individual transferable quota fisheries to address ecosystem based fisheries management objectives? TJ Emery, BS Green, C Gardner, J Tisdell. Marine Policy 36 (1), 122-131, 2012. Fuel use and greenhouse gas emissions of world fisheries. RWR Parker, JL Blanchard, C Gardner, BS Green, K Hartmann,. Nature Climate Change 8 (4), 333, 2018.

Advances in marine biology. Tropical fish otoliths : information for assessment, management and ecology. Bridget S. Mapstone, G. Sucre Carlos, Gavin Andrew Begg. Otoliths are the mos. More).

Автор: Bridget S. Green; Bruce D. Mapstone; Gary Carlos; Название: Tropical Fish Otoliths: Information for Assessment, Management and Ecology .

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Techniques and theory for processing otoliths from tropical marine fish have developed only recently due to an historic misconception that these organisms could not be aged. Otoliths are the most commonly used structures from which daily, seasonal or annual records of a fish’s environmental history are inferred, and are also used as indicators of migration patterns, home range, spatial distribution, stock structure and life history events. A large proportion of projects undertaken on tropical marine organisms involve removal and processing of calcified structures such as otoliths, statoliths or vertebrae to retrieve biological, biochemical or genetic information. Current techniques and principles have evolved rapidly and are under constant modification and these differ among laboratories, and more particularly among species and within life history stages.

Tropical fish otoliths: Information for assessment, management and ecology is a comprehensive description of the current status of knowledge about otoliths in the tropics. This book has contributions from leading experts in the field, encompassing a tropical perspective on daily and annual ageing in fish and invertebrates, microchemistry, interpreting otolith microstructure and using it to back-calculate life history events, and includes a treatise on the significance of validating periodicity in otoliths.