One hundred and twenty years of change in fishing power of English North Sea trawlers.
The decline of the English and Welsh fishing fleet?.
After Beverton and Holt.
Contributions of the fishing industry to research through partnerships.
Understanding and managing marine fisheries with the aid of a digital map.
Managing without best predictions: the Management Strategy Evaluation.
From fish to fisheries: the changing focus of management advice.
The contribution of science to management of the North Sea cod (Gadus morhua).
and UK sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax) fisheries: can we do better?.
Management of elasmobranch fisheries in the North Atlantic.
Accumulation of new knowledge and advances in fishery management; two.
New technologies for the advancement of fisheries science.
Assessment and management of data-poor fisheries.
The importance of reproductive dynamics in fish stock assessments.
80 years of multispecies fisheries modelling – significant advances and.
Benthic communities, ecosystems and fisheries.
Simulating the marine environment and its use in fisheries research.
Overfishing affects more than fish populations: trophic cascades and regime.
shifts in the Black Sea.
Beverton and Holt’s insights into life history theory: influence, application.
and future use.
The “soundscape” of the sea, underwater navigation, and why we should be.
Fish vitellogenin as a biological effect marker of oestrogenic endocrine.
disruption in the open sea.
In recognition of inevitable uncertainties: from fisheries management to.
managing marine resources
"This book is a fitting tribute to two of the iconic names of fishery science - Ray Beverton and Sidney Holt."
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- Looks in depth at progress since Beverton & Holt's famous 1957 publication
- Written by experienced fisheries scientists and biologists
- Editor is well respected internationally
- A prestigious landmark publication