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Provedor de dados:  ArchiMer
País:  France
Título:  Reconsidering the Consequences of Selective Fisheries
Autores:  Garcia, S.m.
Kolding, J.
Rice, J.
Rochet, Marie-joelle
Zhou, S.
Arimoto, T.
Beyer, J. E.
Borges, L.
Bundy, A.
Dunn, D.
Fulton, E. A.
Hall, M.
Heino, M.
Law, R.
Makino, M.
Rijnsdorp, A. D.
Simard, Francois
Smith, A. D.m.
Data:  2012-03
Ano:  2012
Resumo:  Concern about the impact of fishing on ecosystems and fisheries production is increasing (1, 2). Strategies to reduce these impacts while addressing the growing need for food security (3) include increasing selectivity (1, 2): capturing species, sexes, and sizes in proportions that differ from their occurrence in the ecosystem. Increasing evidence suggests that more selective fishing neither maximizes production nor minimizes impacts (4–7). Balanced harvesting would more effectively mitigate adverse ecological effects of fishing while supporting sustainable fisheries. This strategy, which challenges present management paradigms, distributes a moderate mortality from fishing across the widest possible range of species, stocks, and sizes in an eco-system, in proportion to their natural productivity (8), so that the relative size and species composition is maintained. Summary: Full Text:
Tipo:  Text
Idioma:  Inglês

Editor:  Amer Assoc Advancement Science
Formato:  application/pdf
Fonte:  Science (0036-8075) (Amer Assoc Advancement Science), 2012-03 , Vol. 335 , N. 6072 , P. 1045-1047
Direitos:  2012 AAAS


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