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TITLE: Marine ranching / edited by Devin M. Bartley and Kenneth M. Leber.
SERIES: FAO fisheries technical paper ; 429
SERIES: FAO fisheries technical paper ; no. 429.
PUBLISHED: Rome : Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2004.
DESCRIPTION: v, 213 p. : col. ill., col. maps ; 30 cm.
NOTES: "TC/M/Y4783E/1/12.04/2100"--P. [4] of cover.
NOTES: "Design and layout was performed by Daniela Scicchigno"--P. [iii].
NOTES: Includes bibliographical references.
NOTES: Marine and coastal stocking: global status and information needs / Abraham F. Born, Anton J. Immink and Devin M. Bartley -- An integrated development programme for marine stocking: the Norwegian example / Terje Svě•dand ... [et al.] -- Stock enhancement of barrumundi in Australia / D.J. Russell and M.A. Rimmer -- The restocking of sea cucumbers in the Pacific Islands / Stephen C. Battaglene and Johann D. Bell -- Sturgeon stocking programme in the Caspian Sea with emphasis on Iran / Hossein Abdolhay -- Flounder stock enhancement in Miyako Bay, Japan / Hiroyuki Okouchi ... [et al.] -- Summary of case studies of the effectiveness of stocking aquacultured fishes and invertebrates to replenish and enhance coastal fisheries / Kenneth M. Leber.
NOTES: With coastal fisheries in decline around the world, there is mounting concern about how long current sources of seafood can supply world needs. Governments, resource managers and those who make their livelihood on fishing are seeking better ways to improve fishing yields. Many seek greater emphasis on restocking and aquaculture-based stock enhancement as a way rapidly to replenish depleted fish stocks and increase fishery landings. This volume presents case studies that represent various scenarios and situations in using sea ranching and marine hatchery enhancement to generate income, re-establish fisheries and conserve aquatic biodiversity. The studies demonstrate that stocking can clearly work in some cases to increase fishery landings, but that economic success will depend on many factors.
SUBJECT: Marine resources conservation.
SUBJECT: Fish stocking.
SUBJECT: Aquatic biological diversity conservation.
SUBJECT: Fishes--Conservation.
SUBJECT: Environmental monitoring.
SUBJECT: Fisheries--Economic aspects.
ADDED ENTRY: Bartley, Devin M.
ADDED ENTRY: Leber, Kenneth Miles.
ADDED ENTRY: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

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