Gaining Perspective on What We've Lost: The Reliability of Encoded Anecdotes in Historical Ecology

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Historical data are essential in fisheries management and conservation, especially for species that suffered significant population declines prior to ecological data collection. Within the field of historical marine ecology, studies have relied on anecdotal evidence, such as written accounts by explorers and interviews of different generations of resource… (More)
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0043386

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