Evolutionary ecology

Contents of 'Toward Darwinian fisheries management'

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The special issue Toward Darwinian fisheries management contains 13 papers:

 246–259 Dunlop, E.S., K. Enberg, C. Jørgensen, and M. Heino. Toward Darwinian fisheries management
Empirical evidence
 260–275 Sharpe, D., and A. Hendry. Life history change in commercially exploited fish stocks: an analysis of trends across studies.
 276–290 Conover, D.O. and H. Baumann. The role of experiments in understanding fishery-induced evolution.
 291–298 Pérez-Rodríguez, A., M. Morgan, and F. Saborido-Rey. Comparison of demographic and direct methods to calculate probabilistic maturation reaction norms for Flemish Cap cod (Gadus morhua).
 299–311 Cooke, S.J., M.R. Donaldson, S.G. Hinch, G.T. Crossin, D.A. Patterson, K.C. Hanson, K.K. English, J.M. Shrimpton, and A.P. Farrell. Is fishing selective for physiological and energetic characteristics in migratory adult sockeye salmon?
 312–323 Redpath, T.D., S.J. Cooke, R. Arlinghaus, D.H. Wahl, and D.P. Philipp. Life-history traits and energetic status in relation to vulnerability to angling in an experimentally selected teleost fish.
Theory and management
 324–334 Hutchings, J.A. Avoidance of fisheries-induced evolution: management implications for catch selectivity and limit reference points.
 335–355 Arlinghaus, R., S. Matsumura, and U. Dieckmann. Quantifying selection differentials caused by recreational fishing: development of modeling framework and application to reproductive investment in pike (Esox lucius)
 356–370 Jørgensen, C., B. Ernande, and Ø. Fiksen. Size-selective fishing gear and life history evolution in the Northeast Arctic cod.
 371–393 Dunlop, E.S., M. Baskett, M. Heino, and U. Dieckmann. Propensity of marine reserves to reduce the evolutionary effects of fishing in a migratory species.
 394–414 Enberg, K., C. Jørgensen, E.S. Dunlop, M. Heino, and U. Dieckmann. Implications of fisheries-induced evolution for stock rebuilding and recovery.
 415–437 Okamoto, K., R. Whitlock, P. Magnan, and U. Dieckmann. Mitigating fisheries-induced evolution in lacustrine brook charr (Salvelinus fontinalis) in southern Quebec, Canada.
 438–455 Wang, H-Y., and T.O. Höök. Eco-genetic model to explore fishing-induced ecological and evolutionary effects on growth and maturation schedules.