Forage Fish Interactions: a symposium on “Creating the tools for ecosystem-based management of marine resources”

Myron A. Peck, Stefan Neuenfeldt, Timothy E. Essington, Verena M. Trenkel, Arinori Takasuka, Henrik Gislason, Mark Dickey-Collas, Ken H. Andersen, Lars Ravn-Jonsen, Niels Vestergaard, Sturla F. Kvamsdal, Anna Gårdmark, Jason Link, Jack C. Rice

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Abstract

Forage fish (FF) have a unique position within marine foodwebs and the development of sustainable harvest strategies for FF will be a critical step in advancing and implementing the broader, ecosystem-based management of marine systems. In all, 70 scientists from 16 nations gathered for a symposium on 12–14 November 2012 that was designed to address three key questions regarding the effective management of FF and their ecosystems: (i) how do environmental factors and predator–prey interactions drive the productivity and distribution of FF stocks across ecosystems worldwide, (ii) what are the economic and ecological costs and benefits of different FF management strategies, and (iii) do commonalities exist across ecosystems in terms of the effective management of FF exploitation?
Original languageDanish
JournalI C E S Journal of Marine Science
Volume71
Issue number1
Pages (from-to)1-4
ISSN1054-3139
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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Peck, M. A., Neuenfeldt, S., Essington, T. E., Trenkel, V. M., Takasuka, A., Gislason, H., ... Rice, J. C. (2014). Forage Fish Interactions: a symposium on “Creating the tools for ecosystem-based management of marine resources”. I C E S Journal of Marine Science, 71(1), 1-4. https://doi.org/10.1093/icesjms/fst174
Peck, Myron A. ; Neuenfeldt, Stefan ; Essington, Timothy E. ; Trenkel, Verena M. ; Takasuka, Arinori ; Gislason, Henrik ; Dickey-Collas, Mark ; Andersen, Ken H. ; Ravn-Jonsen, Lars ; Vestergaard, Niels ; Kvamsdal, Sturla F. ; Gårdmark, Anna ; Link, Jason ; Rice, Jack C. / Forage Fish Interactions: a symposium on “Creating the tools for ecosystem-based management of marine resources”. In: I C E S Journal of Marine Science. 2014 ; Vol. 71, No. 1. pp. 1-4.
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Peck, MA, Neuenfeldt, S, Essington, TE, Trenkel, VM, Takasuka, A, Gislason, H, Dickey-Collas, M, Andersen, KH, Ravn-Jonsen, L, Vestergaard, N, Kvamsdal, SF, Gårdmark, A, Link, J & Rice, JC 2014, 'Forage Fish Interactions: a symposium on “Creating the tools for ecosystem-based management of marine resources”', I C E S Journal of Marine Science, vol. 71, no. 1, pp. 1-4. https://doi.org/10.1093/icesjms/fst174

Forage Fish Interactions: a symposium on “Creating the tools for ecosystem-based management of marine resources”. / Peck, Myron A.; Neuenfeldt, Stefan; Essington, Timothy E.; Trenkel, Verena M.; Takasuka, Arinori; Gislason, Henrik; Dickey-Collas, Mark; Andersen, Ken H.; Ravn-Jonsen, Lars; Vestergaard, Niels; Kvamsdal, Sturla F.; Gårdmark, Anna; Link, Jason; Rice, Jack C.

In: I C E S Journal of Marine Science, Vol. 71, No. 1, 2014, p. 1-4.

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