A fisheries perspective of behavioural variability: differences in movement behaviour and extraction rate of an exploited sparid, snapper (Pagrus auratus)
Abstract:Intraspecific variation in movement patterns are well established for many species, but poorly appreciated in fisheries management. In this study we dart-tagged snapper (
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: 1: National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, Private Bag 99940, Newmarket, Auckland, New Zealand. 2: National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, P.O. Box 14901, Wellington, New Zealand.
Publication date: April 12, 2011
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