Volume 31 2009

The Future of Fisheries Science in North America

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-9209-1 (Print) 978-1-4020-9210-7 (Online)

Table of contents (33 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xvi

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    Pages 1-11

    On the Future of Fisheries Science

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    Pages 13-32

    Biodiversity, Spatial Management, and the Ecosystem Approach

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    Pages 33-48

    Biodiversity and the Future of Fisheries Science

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    Pages 49-76

    The Implications of a Paradigm Shift in Ocean Resource Management for Fisheries Stock Assessment

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    Pages 77-95

    Ecosystem-Based Management of What? An Emerging Approach for Balancing Conflicting Objectives in Marine Resource Management

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    Pages 97-111

    The Changing Nature of Fisheries Management and Implications for Science

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    Pages 113-124

    Astonishment, Stupefaction, and a Naturalist's Approach to Ecosystem-Based Fisheries Studies

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    Pages 125-136

    The High-Dimensional Future of Fishery Science

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    Pages 137-165

    Stock Assessment: Operational Models in Support of Fisheries Management

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    Pages 167-184

    Fisheries Science in the Future

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    Pages 185-207

    Some Observations on the Role of Trophodynamic Models for Ecosystem Approaches to Fisheries

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    Pages 209-226

    Why and How Could Indicators Be Used in an Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management?

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    Pages 227-244

    Fisheries Abundance Cycles in Ecosystem and Economic Management of California Fish and Invertebrate Resources

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    Pages 245-253

    Ecosystem Models of Fishing Effects: Present Status and a Suggested Future Paradigm

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    Pages 255-274

    The Impacts of Environmental Change and Ecosystem Structure on the Early Life Stages of Fish: A Perspective on Establishing Predictive Capacity

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    Pages 275-282

    The Promise of an Ecosystem Approach: Lessons from the Past – Hopes for the Future

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    Pages 283-311

    Technology for Evaluating Marine Ecosystems in the Early Twenty-First Century

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    Pages 313-343

    Acoustic Methods: Brief Review and Prospects for Advancing Fisheries Research

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    Pages 345-356

    Combining Techniques for Remotely Assessing Pelagic Nekton: Getting the Whole Picture

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    Pages 357-372

    Using the Seabed AUV to Assess Populations of Groundfish in Untrawlable Areas

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