Multivariate Interdisciplinary Assessment of Small-Scale Tropical Fisheries

@inproceedings{Preikshot1998MultivariateIA,
  title={Multivariate Interdisciplinary Assessment of Small-Scale Tropical Fisheries},
  author={Dave Preikshot and Daniel Pauly},
  year={1998}
}
This paper presents a multidisciplinary approach for the comparative evaluation of small-scale tropical fisheries. Previously, these most often have been studied within single disciplines of the social or natural sciences, rarely leading to broad comparisons. Here, multidimensional scaling, canonical correlation, and cluster analysis were used to examine and contrast the information contained in multivariate data sets originating from the disciplines of biology, economics, social science, and… CONTINUE READING

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