|Document Type:||Chapter or Section|
|Type of Book:||Technical|
|Section or Chapter Title:||Artificial propagation of freshwater fishes: Benefits and risks to recipient ecosystems from stocking, translocation, and re-introduction|
|Book Title:||Conservation of Freshwater Fishes|
|Author:||John M. Epifanio, Robin S. Waples|
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Pages:||Chapter 13, pp 399-436|
|Keywords:||artificial propagation,risk assessment,harvest,tradeoffs,|
|Theme:||Recovery, Rebuilding and Sustainability of Marine and Anadromous Species|
Investigate ecological and socio-economic effects of alternative management strategies or governance structures.
Maximize effectiveness and minimize impacts of artificial propagation in recovery, rebuilding and stock sustainability
Epifanio, J., and R.S. Waples. Artificial propagation of freshwater fishes: Societal benefits and risks to recipient ecosystems from stocking, translocation, and re-introduction. Chapter 14 in: Conservation of Freshwater Fishes. G. Closs, M. Krkosek, and J. Olden, eds. Cambridge University Press (accepted).