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Part III discusses management models. Chapter 11 reviews the management strategy evaluation (MSE) framework, in which the performance of harvest control rules (HCRs) or management procedures (MPs) are continually evaluated using operating models (OMs). Then, the authors introduce the fish stock management system and an example of the HCR development process in Japan. Chapter 12 reviews the ecosystem models developed and employed so far in fisheries science worldwide. The authors also propose a new ecosystem assessment model for use in data-limited situations and conduct a simple simulation test to investigate the performance of the new model, applying it to North Pacific multispecies data.

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Yamakawa, T. (2018). Part III Description. In: Aoki, I., Yamakawa, T., Takasuka, A. (eds) Fish Population Dynamics, Monitoring, and Management. Fisheries Science Series. Springer, Tokyo. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-4-431-56621-2_10

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