The Current State of Knowledge on Mangrove Fishery Values

@inproceedings{Hutchison2015TheCS,
  title={The Current State of Knowledge on Mangrove Fishery Values},
  author={James Hutchison},
  year={2015}
}
* Corresponding author: jtwh3@cam.ac.uk Abstract.—Mangroves are widely understood to be important habitats for fisheries, supporting resident fish, crustacean, and mollusk populations as well as acting as nursery grounds for species that are targeted by offshore fisheries. There is, however, a lack of quantitative data on fisheries that operate in and around mangroves. We carried out a systematic search to gather data on mangrove fisheries from the scientific literature. We filtered the 4,358… CONTINUE READING

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