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Managing evolving fish stocks
Jørgensen, C.; Enberg, K.; Dunlop, E.S.; Arlinghaus, R.; Boukal, D.S.; Brander, K.M.; Ernande, B.; Gårdmark, A.; Johnston, F.; Matsumura, S.; Pardoe, H.; Raab, K.; Silva, A.; Vainikka, A.; Dieckmann, U.; Heino, M.; Rijnsdorp, A.D. (2007). Managing evolving fish stocks. Science (Wash.) 318(5854): 1247-1248
In: Science (Washington). American Association for the Advancement of Science: New York, N.Y. ISSN 0036-8075, more
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Keyword
    Marine

Authors  Top 
  • Jørgensen, C.
  • Enberg, K.
  • Dunlop, E.S.
  • Arlinghaus, R.
  • Boukal, D.S.
  • Brander, K.M.
  • Ernande, B.
  • Gårdmark, A.
  • Johnston, F.
  • Matsumura, S.
  • Pardoe, H.
  • Raab, K., more
  • Silva, A.
  • Vainikka, A.
  • Dieckmann, U.
  • Heino, M.
  • Rijnsdorp, A.D., more

Abstract
    Evolutionary impact assessment is a framework for quantifying the effects of harvest-induced evolution on the utility generated by fish stocks.

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