Computers in Fisheries Research

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This second edition of a book that reviews current and future computer trends in fisheries science applications provides a valuable sampling of contemporary applications and compares recent developments to the status of the situation 10 years ago.
Provides a unique historical perspective of the application of computers to fisheries research and natural resource management
Chapter 1: Past, Present and Future Trends in the Use of Computers in Fisheries Research by Bernard Megrey and Erlend Moksness
Chapter 2: The Consumption and Production of Fisheries Information in the Digital Age by Janet Webster and Eleanor Uhlinger
Chapter 3: Extended Guide to Some Computerized Artificial Intelligence Methods by Saul B. Saila
Chapter 4: Geographical Information Systems (GIS) In Fisheries Management and Research by Geoff Meaden
Chapter 5: Remote sensing by Olav R. Godø and Eirik Tenningen
Chapter 6: Quantitative research surveys of fish stocks by Kenneth G. Foote
Chapter 7: Geostatistics and their applications to fisheries survey data: a history of ideas, 1990-2007 by Pierre Petitgas
Chapter 8: Ecosystem Modeling using the Ecopath with Ecosim approach by Marta Coll, Alida Bundy and Lynne Shannon
Chapter 9: Image Recognition by Thomas T. Noji and Ferren MacIntyre
Chapter 10: Visualization in fisheries oceanography: new approaches for the rapid exploration of coastal ecosystems by Albert J. Hermann and Christopher W. Moore
Chapter 11: Computers in Fisheries Population Dynamics by Mark N. Maunder, Jon T. Shnute and James N. Ianelli
Chapter 12: Multispecies Modelling of Fish Populations by Kenneth A. Rose and Shaye E. Sable
Chapter 13: Computers and the Future of Fisheries by Dr. Carl J. Walters

Species index
Subject index
The first edition of this book was published by Chapman and Hall Ltd. in 1996. The first edition contained nine chapters and, for all except one chapter, the original chapter authors agreed to update their chapter. Comparing these chapters gives the reader an idea of the development over a time span of more than 10 years between the two editions. In the preparation of the second edition we decided to add more chapters reflecting some important fields with significant contributions to present day fishery research. These are the use of internet for searching of information (Chapter 2), and the present state and use of remote sensing (Chapter 5), ecosystem modeling (Chapter 8) and visualization of data (Chapter 10). This second edition provides a valuable sampling of contemporary applications. Scientists have an opportunity to evaluate the suitability of different computer technology applications to their particular research situation thereby taking advantage of the experience of others. The chapters that follow are the fruition of this idea. The history behind this book started in 1989 when we were asked by Dr. Vidar Wespestad (previously: Alaska Fisheries Science Center, Seattle, USA) to prepare and convene a session at the 1992 World Fishery Congress in Athens, Greece on computer applications in fisheries. We agreed that the idea was a good one and the computer session in 1992 turned out to be very successful.

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Autor: Bernard A. Megrey
ISBN-13 :: 9781402086359
ISBN: 1402086350
Erscheinungsjahr: 01.12.2008
Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
Gewicht: 848g
Seiten: 422
Sprache: Englisch
Auflage 09002, 2nd ed
Sonstiges: Buch, 243x164x23 mm
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