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Reef Fish Spawning Aggregations: Biology, Research and Management

by Yvonne Sadovy de Mitcheson

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Published by Springer Science+Business Media B.V. in Dordrecht .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Life sciences,
  • Oceanography,
  • Sustainable development,
  • Wildlife management,
  • Conservation biology,
  • Marine sciences,
  • Fish & Wildlife Biology & Management,
  • Marine & Freshwater Sciences,
  • Conservation Biology/Ecology

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Yvonne Sadovy de Mitcheson, Patrick L. Colin
    SeriesFish & Fisheries Series -- 35
    ContributionsColin, Patrick L., SpringerLink (Online service)
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27084931M
    ISBN 109789400719798, 9789400719804

      Sadovy YJ. Western Pacific Fishery Survey Series: Society for the Conservation of Reef Fish Aggregations, Volume 3. SCRFA and the Palau Conservation Society; Report on current status and exploitation history of reef fish spawning aggregations in Palau. Reef Fish Spawning Aggregations: Biology, Research and Management. Reef fish spawning aggregations, ranging from small groups to many tens of thousands of individuals, are spectacular but poorly known natural phenomena whereby fish assemble at specific times and locations to spawn.

    BIogEogRaPHy oF TRaNSIENT REEF-FISH SPawNINg aggREgaTIoNS IN THE CaRIBBEaN: a SyNTHESIS FoR FuTuRE RESEaRCH aND maNagEmENT SHINICHI KoBaRa1, wIllIam D. HEymaN2, SImoN J. PITTmaN3,5 & RICHaRD S. NEmETH4 1Department of Oceanography, information exists about the species’ population biology and tFSa site characteristics. In Reef fish spawning aggregations: biology, research and management (eds Sadovy de Mitcheson Y, Colin PL.). Fish and Fisheries Series, vol. 35 Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer.

    Groupers, like many reef fish, spawn offshore on shelf and shelf-edge reefs. Their pelagic larvae remain the open ocean for days before reaching inshore nursery grounds. Once there, they transform into small juveniles, and remain in their nursery habitat for periods that vary from months (Gag) to 5 to 6 years (Red Grouper & Goliath. Coral reef fishes: dynamics and diversity in a complex ecosystem / Published: () Reef fish spawning aggregations biology, research and management / Published: () Lancaster Ave., Villanova, PA Contact.


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Has enviado la siguiente calificación y reseña. Lo publicaremos en nuestro sitio después de haberla : Springer Netherlands. Book Review. REEF FISH SPAWNING AGGREGATIONS: BIOLOGY, RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT ‐ Edited by de Mitcheson & P. Stephen J. Lockwood. Coastal Fisheries Conservation & Management, Colwyn Bay, U.K.

Search for more papers by this author. Stephen J. Lockwood. Buy Reef Fish Spawning Aggregations () (): Biology, Research and Management: NHBS - Yvonne Sadovy De Mitcheson, Patrick L Colin, Springer NaturePrice Range: £ - £ Reef Fish Spawning Aggregations in the Western Indian Ocean: Research for Management Jan Robinson and Melita Samoilys (Co-editors) Jan Robinson and This book is one of firsts.

It is the first documentation of commercially important reef fishes. Luckhurst BE, Donaldson TJ, Sadovy de Mitcheson Y, Russell M () Biology and management of spawning aggregations – lessons learnt and panel discussion: a half-day symposium sponsored by the Society for the Conservation of Reef Fish Aggregations (SCRFA).

Proc Gulf Caribb Fish Inst – Google Scholar. / Philip Patrick Molloy, Isabelle M. Côté, and John D. Reynolds --Spawning aggregations is reef fishes: ecological and evolutionary processes / John Howard Choate --Timing and location of aggregation and spawning in reef fishes / Patrick L.

Colin --Oceanography of the planktonic stages of aggregation spawning reef fishes / William Marion. R.J. Hamilton, T. Potuku, J.R. MontambaultCommunity-based conservation results in the recovery of reef fish spawning aggregations in the Coral Triangle Biol.

Conserv., (), pp. Google Scholar. The research results are detailed in a book published in WIOMSA-CORDIO spawning book full. The research demonstrated the feasibility of using basic information from spawning aggregation-based fisheries to systematically evaluate management needs in data-poor contexts.

Sadovy de Mitcheson, Y & Colin, PL.(eds.)() Reef Fish Spawning Aggregations: Biology, Research and Management, Fish & Fisheries Series pp. DOI /_3, Springer Science+Business Media B.V. Craig, MT, Sadovy de Mitcheson, YJ & Heemstra, PC. () Groupers of the World: A Field and Market Guide.

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Spawning aggregations in reef fishes; ecological and evolutionary processes. In ‘Reef Fish Spawning Aggregations: Biology, Research and Management’. (Eds Y.

A wide range of reef fishes aggregate in large numbers to spawn, including many species from highly valued food fish families. See this new video released on to see why spawning aggregations are so vulnerable to fishing.

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For some species these large groups may be the only form of reproduction, the high fish numbers briefly giving a false impression of stability and abundance—an.

The alarming decline of spawning aggregations across the world highlights the need to improve their long-term monitoring and protection. Here, we examined the ability of diver operated stereo-video to characterize reef fish spawning aggregations, using an opportunistic encounter with the first spawning aggregation of the Mexican hogfish, Bodianus diplotaenia, recorded in the Galapagos.

Colin, Patrick L., Yvonne J. Sadovy and Michael L. Domeier. Manual for the Study and Conservation of Reef Fish Spawning Aggregations Soc.

Conserv. Reef Fish Aggregations Special Publication 1, 98 pp. Kelly, M. and L.J. Bell. Splendid Sponges of Palau with additional design by Blayne Herr. NIWA/Coral Reef Research Foundation, 70 pp. Reef Fish Spawning Aggregations Biology Research And Management.

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