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Sustainable Fishery Systems (01 Edition)by Anthony Charles
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This book provides a comprehensive attempt to adopt an integrated interdisciplinary approach to the study of fisheries. Fisheries are discussed as holistic systems, with emphasis on their structure, operation and dynamics.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -365) and index.
About the Author
Anthony Charles is a professor of Management Science and of Environmental Studies at Saint Mary's University, in Halifax, Canada. He has an extensive record of interdisciplinary research and teaching on fisheries, combined with practical experience working with fishery agencies and organisations at the local, national and international levels, in both northern and southern nations.
Table of Contents
Preface and Acknowledgements.
Part I: The Fishery System: Structure and Dynamics.
1 Fishery Systems.
2 The Natural System.
3 The Human System.
4 The Management System: Policy and Planning.
5 Fishery Management.
6 Fishery Development.
7 Fishery Research.
8 Dynamics of the Fishery System.
9 Case Studies of Fishery Systems.
Part II: Toward Sustainable Fishery Systems.
10 Sustainability in Fishery Systems.
11 Uncertainty and the Precautionary Approach.
12 Complexity, Diversity and the Ecosystem Approach.
13 Fishery Conflicts and the Co-management Approach.
14 Rights in Fishery Systems.
15 Resilient Fishery Systems and Robust Management.
Appendix: Integrated Biosocioeconomic Analysis of Fishery Systems.
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