The international journal of the Japanese Society for Fisheries Oceanography, Fisheries Oceanography is designed to present a forum for the exchange of information amongst fisheries scientists worldwide.
presents original research articles relating the production and dynamics of fish populations to the marine environment
examines entire food chains - not just single species
identifies mechanisms controlling abundance
explores factors affecting the recruitment and abundance of fish species and all higher marine tropic levels
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