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Document Type: Chapter or Section
Center: NWFSC
Document ID: 4563
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
Publication Year: 2015
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Pages: Chapter 13, pp 399-436
Theme: Recovery, Rebuilding and Sustainability of Marine and Anadromous Species
Foci: 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
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Epifanio, J., and R.S. Waples.  2016.  Artificial propagation of freshwater fishes:  benefits and risks to recipient ecosystems from stocking, translocation, and re-introduction.  Pp 399-436 in: Conservation of Freshwater Fishes.  G. Closs, M. Krkosek, and J. Olden, eds.  Cambridge University Press, UK.