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Stochastic modeling of ocean fisheries resource management

Tracy R. Lewis

Stochastic modeling of ocean fisheries resource management

by Tracy R. Lewis

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Published by Environmental Quality Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, University of Washington Press in Pasadena, Seattle .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fishery management -- Mathematical models.,
  • Tuna fisheries -- Mathematical models.,
  • Yellowfin tuna -- Mathematical models.,
  • Stochastic processes.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 103-109.

    StatementTracy R. Lewis.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSH331.5.M48 L48 1982
    The Physical Object
    Pagination109 p. :
    Number of Pages109
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3786935M
    ISBN 100295958383
    LC Control Number81051282

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Stochastic Modeling of Ocean Fisheries Resource Management by Tracy R. Lewis. University of Washington Press, Pp. viii, No index. $ (us) ISBN This book provides an analysis of discrete-time optimal replenishable resource management policies under conditions of certainty and uncertainty.

The material. A key goal of fisheries management is to regulate extractive pressure on a resource so as to ensure social, economic and ecological sustainability. This text provides an accessible entry point for students and professionals to management science as developed in fisheries, in order to facilitate uptake of the latest ideas and : $ Reed, W.J.

(), A stochastic model of the economic management of a renewable animal resource, Mathematical Biosciences, 22, – CrossRef Google Scholar Reed, W.J. (), The steady-state of a stochastic harvesting model, Mathematical Biosciences, 41, – A General Approach for Making Short-Term Stochastic Projections from an Age-Structured Fisheries Assessment Model.

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Moreover, uncertainty and imperfect information are inherent in the management of fisheries, and the importance of introducing uncertainty explicitly into the resource management models has been emphasized (Clark, ; Lewis, ).

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This paper partially extends the replenishable resource management literature to the case of uncertainty. Stochastic resource dynamics are defined, studied and estimated. The results of this study suggest that the misallocation of resources into the northern lobster fishery has been greater than was previously by: Stochastic models are detailed, also adding a degree of complexity to the interdependencies discussed in Chapter 3.

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To begin, they provide an introduction to the required techniques of dynamic optimization. Throughout the book they build the reader's understanding with many fully-worked problems and numerical by: A Department of Environmental Biology and Fisheries Science, National Taiwan Ocean University, KeelungTaiwan.

B Institute of Marine Affairs and Resource Management, National Taiwan Ocean University, KeelungTaiwan. C Current address: Institute of Oceanography, National Taiwan University, TaipeiTaiwan.

D Corresponding by: This thesis is concerned with mathematical models for the management of renewable animal resources. Discrete-time Markov processes are used to model the dynamics of populations living in fluctuating environments, and control models are developed on this basis.

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Clark and Kirkwood. Two extensions of stochastic logistic model for fish growth have been examined. The basic features of a logistic growth rate are deeply influenced by the carrying capacity of the system and the changes are periodical with time.

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