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Fisheries impact on the South China Sea large marine ecosystem: a preliminary analysis using spatially-explicit methodology
Type: Conference Proceedings
A multiple regression model is derived, based on biomass estimates in 16 massbalance food web (Ecopath) models, which explains 68 % of the variation in the data at hand, and shows that the abundance of fish with trophic ...
The South China Sea: analyzing fisheries catch data in an ecosystem context
Type: Journal Article
The South China Sea is an important fishing area with an annual harvest of some 5 million tonnes, or 10% of the catches jointly taken by the developing nations of the world. Details are given of a model of the area describing ...
Stratified models of large marine ecosystems: a general approach and an application the South China Sea
Type: Book Chapter
This contribution provides an approach for constructing models of large marine ecosystems (LMEs). This contribution results from an attempt to follow up on some of the implications of the LME concept for ecological modeling, ...
The fishes and their ecology
An annotated list of 188 species of fishes recorded from San Miguel Bay, Philippines is presented. Of these, 48% are euryhaline marine species. The most abundant fishes belong to marine species whose representatives are ...