The development of a spatially dynamic model to evaluate management scenarios in a scallop fishery

@inproceedings{Shepperson2017TheDO,
  title={The development of a spatially dynamic model to evaluate management scenarios in a scallop fishery},
  author={Jennifer Shepperson},
  year={2017}
}
Fisher behaviour remains a key source of uncertainty in fisheries management. Failing to account for the behavioural response of fishers can lead to unexpected or unintended consequences of management; our understanding of fisher behaviour, as well as our ability to translate this understanding into predictive management models, is underdeveloped. This thesis aimed to develop an individual-based model (IBM) that could be used by fishers and managers to evaluate the impacts of management… CONTINUE READING

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