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Marine fish life history strategies: Applications to fishery management


, : Marine fish life history strategies: Applications to fishery management. Fisheries Management and Ecology 10(4): 249-264

The life history traits of 42 marine fish species were grouped according to the theoretical classifications of life history strategies. This provides a conceptual framework of management options, because life history strategies are the underlying determinants for population responses to climate and ocean changes, they can be used to classify typical population responses. When faced with providing management advice for species for which there is no information on absolute or relative biomass, such as newly exploited species, life history traits can be used to classify the species into a strategist grouping and the appropriate management options can be selected from the conceptual framework.

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DOI: 10.1046/j.1365-2400.2003.00359.x


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