Publicado por: pongpesca | 2009/11/20

SeaWeb E-newsletter: Fish and fisheries

SeaWeb E-newsletter

Marine Science Review 339: Fish and fisheries

 In this review:

 A. Recent articles – no abstract

– Aquacalypse now: The end of fish. O/A

– Comment on ”Abdicating responsibility: The deceits of fisheries policy”. O/A

– IFQs and responsible fisheries policy. O/A

– IFQs and responsible fisheries policy: Reply. O/A

– Threatened fishes of the world: Epinephelus marginatus (Lowe, 1834) (Serranidae: Epinephelinae).

– Threatened fishes of the world: Ophiogobius jenynsi Hoese 1976 (Gobiidae).

– Threatened fishes of the world: Bahaba taipingensis Herre, 1932 (Sciaenidae).

B. Recent publication(s) available online

– Fisheries, Sustainability and Development

 C. Recent articles with abstracts

– PLoS Biology 7(6), 2009

  • Management effectiveness of the world’s marine fisheries. O/A

– ICES Journal of Marine Science 66(6), 2009

  • The role of acoustics in ecosystem-based fishery management.

– North American Journal of Fisheries Management 29(1), 2009

  • Quantification of US marine fisheries subsidies.

– Journal of Applied Ecology 46(4), 2009

  • Unaccounted mortality in salmon fisheries: non-retention in gillnets and effects on estimates of spawners.

– Animal Conservation 12(4), 2009

  • How can the feeding habits of the sand tiger shark influence the success of conservation programs?

– Science 325(5940), 2009

  • Rebuilding global fisheries.

– Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 56(9), 2009

  • Effect of deepwater trawling on the macro-invertebrate assemblages of seamounts on the Chatham Rise, New Zealand.

– Ambio 38(4), 2009

  • Accelerated warming and emergent trends in fisheries biomass yields of the world’s large marine ecosystems.

– Journal of Thermal Biology 34(5), 2009

  • Critical thermal tolerance polygons of tropical marine fishes from Sulawesi, Indonesia.

– Chelonian Conservation and Biology 8(1), 2009

  • Diamondback terrapin mortality in crab pots in a Georgia tidal marsh. O/A

– Global Change Biology 15(9), 2009

  • Climate-driven changes in abundance and distribution of larvae of oceanic fishes in the southern California region.

– Ecological Applications 19(6), 2009

  • Stable oxygen isotope reconstruction of ambient temperature during the collapse of a cod (Gadus morhua) fishery.

– Marine Ecology Progress Series 383 and 384, 2009

  • Predator identity and recruitment of coral-reef fishes: indirect effects of fishing.
  • Performance of tropical fish recruiting to temperate habitats: role of ambient temperature and implications of climate change.

– Evolutionary Applications 2(3), 2009

  • Life history change in commercially exploited fish stocks: an analysis of trends across studies. O/A
  • Implications of fisheries-induced evolution for stock rebuilding and recovery. O/A

– Endangered Species Research 7(3), 2009

  • How many species of goliath grouper are there? Cryptic genetic divergence in a threatened marine fish and the resurrection of a geopolitical species. O/A
  • Historical declines of goliath grouper populations in South Florida, USA. O/A

– Fisheries 34(3), (4), and (6), 2009

  • Linking Alaskan salmon fisheries management with ecosystem-based escapement goals: A review and prospectus. O/A
  • Counterintuitive responses of fish populations to management actions: Some common causes and implications for predictions based on ecosystem modeling. O/A
  • Abdicating responsibility: The deceits of fisheries policy. O/A

– Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 19(3), 2009

  • Elasmobranchs in southern Indonesian fisheries: the fisheries, the status of the stocks and management options.
  • Biological patterns and ecological indicators for Mediterranean fish and crustaceans below 1,000 m: a review.
  • Linking fisheries management and conservation in bioengineering species: the case of South American mussels (Mytilidae). O/A

– Ecology and Society 14(1), 2009

  • Evolutionary history, habitat disturbance regimes, and anthropogenic changes: What do these mean for resilience of Pacific salmon populations? O/A
  • Resilient salmon, resilient fisheries for British Columbia, Canada. O/A
  • Freshwater ecosystems and resilience of Pacific salmon: Habitat management based on natural variability. O/A
  • Reconnecting social and ecological resilience in salmon ecosystems. O/A

Note: O/A indicates an open access article or journal

Please click here to download the full edition (pdf) of Marine Science Review 339

Fonte: SeaWeb E-newsletter – 17 de Novembro de 2009


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