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Libro
Fisheries techniques / edited by Alexander V. Zale, Donna L. Parrish, Trent M. Sutton
Zale, Alexander V. (ed.) ; Nielsen, Larry A. (coed.) ; Johnson, David L. (coed.) ;
Bethesda, Maryland, United States : American Fisheries Society Press , c2012
Clasificación: 639.20723 / F5/2012
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SIBE Campeche
ECO040005944 (Disponible)
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The comprehensive instructional and reference volume on fisheries sampling and analysis techniques. This new edition describes the techniques and approaches used to collect and analyze fisheries samples and data, with a greater emphasis on quantitative techniques and estuarine and marine systems. Most chapters have been rewritten and all have been updated to include recent technological, analytical, and philosophical advances. A comprehensive glossary of terms is included. The book is intended for practicing fisheries professionals, researchers, professors, and advanced undergraduate and graduate students.

Índice

Contributors
List of Species
Preface
1 Conducting Fisheries Investigations
1.1 Introduction
1.2 The Steps of a Fisheries Investigation
1.3 Ethics
1.4 References
2 Data Management and Statistical Techniques
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Data Handling and Database Management
2.3 Data Graphics
2.4 Data Terminology and Characteristics
2.5 Study Designs
2.6 Statistics and Data Analysis
2.7 References
Appendix 2.1 : Key for Selecting Common Statistical Tests
3 Safety: Skills, Attitudes, Facts, and Equipment
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Health Risks in Fisheries
3.3 Safety on and around Water
3.4 Safety on the Road
3.5 Safety in the Air
3.6 Safety in the Laboratory
3.7 Safety and Communication Technology
3.8 Conclusion
3.9 References
4 Freshwater Aquatic Habitat Measurements
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Classification of Aquatic Systems
4.3 Sturly and Sampling Design
4.4 Map, Imagery and Digital Habitat Measurement Techniques
4.5 Field-Based Habitat Measurement Techniques
4.6 Lotic Habitat Modeling
4.7 Data Management
4.8 References
5 Care, Handling, and Examination of Sampled Organisms
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Routine Fish Handling
5.3 Fish Health Sampling
5.4 Sonographic Examination of Fish
5.5 Curatorial Methods
5.6 References
6 Passive Capture Techniques
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Entanglement Gears
6.3 Entrapment Gears
6.4 Angling Gears
6.5 Summary
6.6 References
7 Active Fish Capture Methods
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Net Material and Construction
7.3 Selectivity of Fishing Gears
7.4 Trawls
7.5 Dredges
7.6 Surrounding or Encircling Nets
7.7 Angling
7.8 Other Active Sampling Gears
7.9 Gear Selection
7.10 Use of Active Gears in Population Assessment
7.11 Summary
7.12 References
8 Electrofishing
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Principles
8.3 Electroshock Effects on Fish
8.4 Electrofishing Systems and Human Safety

8.5 Sampling Guidelines
8.6 Electrofishing—Its Place in Fisheries Science
8.7 References
9 Collection, Processing, and Identification of Fish Eggs and Larvae and Zooplankton
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Sampling Considerations
9.3 Collection of Ichthyoplankton and Zooplankton
9.4 Sample Preservation
9.5 Sample Processing
9.6 Plankton Identification
9.7 References
10 Invertebrates and Plants
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Identification and Taxonomy
10.3 Sampling Methods
10.4 Sample Handling and Processing
10.5 Life History and Population Parameters of Crayfishes and Mollusks
10.6 Use of Plants and Invertebrates as Bioindicators
10.7 Conclusion
10.8 References
11 Design and Analysis of Tagging Studies
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Choice of Marking Technique
11.3 Important Concepts and Assumptions
11.4 Estimation of Abundance
11.5 Estimation of Fishing and Natural Mortality with Tag-Return Models
11.6 Growth of Tagged Fish
11.7 Estimation of Movement
11.8 Summary
11.9 References
12 Fish Kill Investigation Procedures
12.1 Introduction
12.2 On-Site Procedures
12.3 Sampling Designs and Statistical Considerations
12.4 Fish Kill Counting Guidelines
12.5 Multiple-Day Counts
12.6 Assessment of Monetary Value
12.7 References
13 Fisheries Acoustics
13.1 Introduction
13.2 The Physics of Sound in Water
13.3 Acoustic Data Collection
13.4 Interpretation of Acoustic Data
13.5 Two Examples of Acoustic Surveys
13.6 Other Applications and Developments
13.7 References
14 Length, Weight, and Associated Indices
14.1 Introduction
14.2 Length-Frequency Histograms
14.3 Size Structure Indices
14.4 Weight—Length Relations
14.5 Indices of Condition
14.6 Weight Ratios
14.7 Integration of Size Structure and Condition Indices
14.8 Conclusions
14.9 References
15 Age and Growth
15.1 Introduction
15.2 Approaches to Aging Fish
15.3 Age Analysis

15.4 Approaches to Estimating Growth of Fishes
15.5 Validation and Verification of Marks on Hard Structures
15.6 Additional Considerations and Resources
15.7 Conclusions
15.8 References
16 Diets and Energy Flow
16.1 Introduction
16.2 Sampling Considerations for Diet Data
16.3 Removal and Fixation of Diets and Tissue
16.4 Identification and Processing of Contents
16.5 Quantitative Description of Diet Composition
16.6 Interpretation of Diet Data
16.7 Consumption and Evacuation Quantification
16.8 Fatty Acid and Contaminant Analysis
16.9 Stable Isotope Analysis
16.10 Summary
16.11 References
17 Visual Observation of Fish and Aquatic Habitat
17.1 Introduction
17.2 Visual Observation Techniques and Equipment
17.3 Method Selection Considerations
17.4 Method Validation
17.5 Applications
17.6 Summary and Recommendations
17.7 References
18 Biotelemetry and Biologging
18.1 Introduction
18.2 Biologging Systems
18.3 Biotelemetry Systems
18.4 Sensors
18.5 Tag Attachment Procedures
18.6 Manual-Tracking Techniques
18.7 Automatic Detection of Fish
18.8 Analysis
18.9 Summary
18.10 References
19 Recreational Angler Survey Methods: Estimation of Effort, Harvest, and Released Catch
19.1 Introduction
19.2 The Purpose and Scope of Recreational Angler Surveys
19.3 Sampling Theory and Basic Survey Design
19.4 Questionnaire Design
19.5 Angler Contact Methods and Survey Types
19.6 Estimation of Effort, Harvest, and Released Catch
19.7 Uses of Angler Surveys
19.8 Future Challenges
19.9 Summary
19.10 References
20 Sampling Commercial Fisheries
20.1 Introduction
20.2 Indirect and Direct Methods of Characterizing Commercial Fisheries
20.3 Characterization of Catch and Effort: Census or Sample?
20.4 Estimation of Total Catch from Samples
20.5 Measurement or Estimation of Effort

20.6 Biological Sampling of the Catch
20.7 Uses of Commercial Fisheries Data
20.8 References
21 Measuring the Human Dimensions of Recreational Fisheries
21.1 Introduction
21.2 Planning a Human Dimensions Study
21.3 Conducting a Human Dimensions Study
21.4 Conclusion
21.5 References
Symbols and Abbreviations
Glossary
Index


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Libro
Ecosystem management: adaptative, community - based conservation / Gary K. Meffe, Larry A. Nielsen, Richard L. Knight, Dennis A. Schenborn
Meffe, Gary K. ; Nielsen, Larry A. (coaut.) ; Knight, Richard L. (coaut.) ; Schenborn, Dennis A. (coaut.) ;
Washington, District of Columbia, United States : Island Press , c2002
Clasificación: 333.95 / E25
Bibliotecas: Campeche
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SIBE Campeche
ECO040002161 (Disponible)
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Libro
Fisheries techniques / edited by Larry A. Nielsen and David L. Johnson
Nielsen, Larry A. (ed.) ; Johnson, David L. (coed.) ;
Bethesda, Maryland, United States : American Fisheries Society Press , 1983
Clasificación: 639.20723 / F5
Bibliotecas: Chetumal
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SIBE Chetumal
ECO030004166 (Disponible)
Disponibles para prestamo: 1