Crabs in Cold Water Regions: Biology, Management, and Economics

Crabs in Cold Water Regions: Biology, Management, and Economics

by A. J. Paul
     
 

An international group of specialists presented these 53 papers at the sixth crab symposium in the Lowell Wakefield symposium series at the U. of Alaska in January of 2001. The main themes include crab life cycles, reproductive biology and behavior, recruitment and population dynamics, fisheries and stock assessment, environment and habitat, and fisheries management.…  See more details below

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An international group of specialists presented these 53 papers at the sixth crab symposium in the Lowell Wakefield symposium series at the U. of Alaska in January of 2001. The main themes include crab life cycles, reproductive biology and behavior, recruitment and population dynamics, fisheries and stock assessment, environment and habitat, and fisheries management. Individual papers present the results of research on topics that include the bitter crab syndrome in Tanner crab, re-stratification of red king crab assessment, population structure of blue king crab, habitat use by juvenile crabs, the impact of the European green crab in the Pacific, and use of tag recapture data to estimate natural mortality. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781566120777
Publisher:
Alaska Sea Grant College Program
Publication date:
01/01/2002
Pages:
880
Product dimensions:
6.20(w) x 9.25(h) x 1.75(d)

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