Patterns and prediction of population recovery in marine reserves

@article{Jennings2004PatternsAP,
  title={Patterns and prediction of population recovery in marine reserves},
  author={Simon Jennings},
  journal={Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries},
  year={2004},
  volume={10},
  pages={209-231}
}
Marine reserves (no-take zones) are widely recommended asconservation and fishery management tools. One potential benefitof marine reserves is that they can reduce fishing mortality.This can lead to increases in the abundance of spawners,providing insurance against recruitment failure and maintainingor enhancing yields in fished areas. This paper considers thefactors that influence recovery following marine reserveprotection, describes patterns of recovery in numbers andbiomass, and suggests… CONTINUE READING
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