Perez, J.F. and Mendoza, J.J. (1998) Marine fisheries, genetic effects and biodiversity. Naga, the ICLARM Quarterly, 21(4), pp. 7-14.
Preservation of marine biodiversity deserves serious consideration as almost 65% of the earth's organisms (excluding insects) are marine. There is little knowledge at present on the status of marine biodiversity. However, the seas are an important source of protein for human consumption and genetic diversity is a key factor in ecosystem functioning, stability and resilience. Overfishing and destructive practices may have unalterable impact on marine biodiversity. This paper discusses measures that can be adopted to protect the most productive areas of the marine ecosystem.
|Item Type: ||Article|
|Title: ||Marine fisheries, genetic effects and biodiversity|
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|Journal or Publication Title: ||Naga, the ICLARM Quarterly|
|Page Range: ||pp. 7-14|
|Issuing Agency: ||WorldFish Center|
|Uncontrolled Keywords: ||Marine fisheries; Genetics; Biological diversity; Fishery management; Resource conservation; Ecosystem management|
|Item ID: ||9429|
|Depositing User: ||Mr William Ko|
|Date Deposited: ||11 Oct 2012 06:49|
|Last Modified: ||11 Oct 2012 06:49|
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