|The role of fish learning skills in fisheries and aquaculture|
Fernö, A.; Huse, G.; Jakobsen, P.J.; Kristiansen, T.S. (2006). The role of fish learning skills in fisheries and aquaculture, in: Brown, C. et al. (Ed.) Fish cognition and behavior. Fish and Aquatic Resources Series, 11: pp. 278-310
In: Brown, C.; Laland, K.N.; Krause, J. (Ed.) (2006). Fish cognition and behavior. Fish and Aquatic Resources Series, 11. Blackwell Publishing: Oxford. ISBN 978-1-4051-3429-3. XVIII, 328 pp., more
In: Pitcher, T.J. (Ed.) Fish and Aquatic Resources Series. Blackwell Science: Oxford. ISSN 1746-2606, more
Aquaculture development; Environmental impact; Fish culture; Fishery resources; Fishing technology; Landing statistics; Marine aquaculture; Nature conservation; Resource development; Marine
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- Fernö, A.
- Huse, G., more
- Jakobsen, P.J.
- Kristiansen, T.S.
Humans have harvested fish resources for thousands of years, but only during the past century has the development of new fishing technologies produced detrimental impacts on fishery resources. The relative importance of commercial fisheries in regulating populations and marine ecosystems has increased dramatically. Over the same time period a worldwide aquaculture industry has developed, and within a few decades the production of farmed fishes will presumably exceed landings of wild fishes. The rapidly changing technology in both fisheries and aquaculture challenges fishes exposed to human impact in novel ways that differ from those that threaten their survival in their ancestral environments.