Which community indicators can measure the impact of fishing? A review and proposals

@inproceedings{Rochet2003WhichCI,
  title={Which community indicators can measure the impact of fishing? A review and proposals},
  author={Marie-Jo{\"e}lle Rochet and Verena M. Trenkel},
  year={2003}
}
Population and community descriptors that might be used as indicators of the impact of fishing are reviewed. The criteria used for the evaluation of these indicators are meaning, expected effect of fishing, exclusiveness to fishing effects, and measurability. Population indicators such as total mortality rate, exploitation rate, or average length are the most operational indicators because their meaning is clear and the expected effect of fishing on them is well understood so that reference… CONTINUE READING

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