Ten principles from evolutionary ecology essential for effective marine conservation.

@article{Kindsvater2016TenPF,
  title={Ten principles from evolutionary ecology essential for effective marine conservation.},
  author={Holly K. Kindsvater and M Marc Mangel and John D. Reynolds and Nicholas K Dulvy},
  journal={Ecology and evolution},
  year={2016},
  volume={6 7},
  pages={
          2125-38
        }
}
Sustainably managing marine species is crucial for the future health of the human population. Yet there are diverse perspectives concerning which species can be exploited sustainably, and how best to do so. Motivated by recent debates in the published literature over marine conservation challenges, we review ten principles connecting life-history traits, population growth rate, and density-dependent population regulation. We introduce a framework for categorizing life histories, POSE (Precocial… CONTINUE READING
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