Fishery recruitment in Florida Waters: toward a predictive capability (Report of a Workshop Held February 15-17, 1989, Live Oak, Florida)

Keppel, G.S. and Seaman, William (1989) Fishery recruitment in Florida Waters: toward a predictive capability (Report of a Workshop Held February 15-17, 1989, Live Oak, Florida). Gainesville, FL, Florida Sea Grant College, (Florida Sea Grant College Technical Paper, 57) (FLSGP-W-89-002).

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Abstract

Marine fisheries in Florida encompass 109 finfishes and invertebrate species, reflecting the state's diversity of coastal and ocean habitats. Management of Florida's valuable fisheries necessarily entails forecasting fluctuations in fished stocks. By understanding recruitment, the processes that result in the survival of fishes from early life history to the adult or exploited stage, management potential can be improved. Responding to an interest in recruitment expressed by Florida's academic scientists, the Florida Sea Grant College Program, in conjunction with the Florida Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, organized the workshop at Live Oak to determine the usefulness of understanding recruitment, the likelihood of success and the mechanism for proceeding. The document represents the collective wisdom of many of Florida's leading scientists. It is designed to provide guidance for strategic planning in future fishery research and management activities. (69pp. Keppel and Seaman (eds)

Item Type: Monograph or Serial Issue
Title: Fishery recruitment in Florida Waters: toward a predictive capability (Report of a Workshop Held February 15-17, 1989, Live Oak, Florida)
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Keppel, G.S.
Seaman, William
Series Name: Florida Sea Grant College Technical Paper
Number: 57
Date: 1989
Publisher: Florida Sea Grant College
Place of Publication: Gainesville, FL
Additional Information: Report of a Workshop Held February 15-17, 1989 Live Oak, Florida. Sponsored by Florida Sea Grant College Program and Florida Chapter of the American Fisheries Society
Uncontrolled Keywords: Florida; fisheries; recruitment
Subjects: Management
Fisheries
Item ID: 168
Depositing User: Stephanie Haas
Date Deposited: 21 Aug 2007 17:13
Last Modified: 14 Dec 2010 15:30
URI: http://aquaticcommons.org/id/eprint/168

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