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  • Global Participation in and Public Attitudes Toward Recreational Fishing: International Perspectives and Developments
    Rev. Fish. Sci. Aquac. (IF 3.755) Pub Date : 2020-06-29
    Robert Arlinghaus; Øystein Aas; Josep Alós; Ivan Arismendi; Shannon Bower; Steven Carle; Tomasz Czarkowski; Kátia M. F. Freire; John Hu; Len M. Hunt; Roman Lyach; Andrzej Kapusta; Pekka Salmi; Alexander Schwab; Jun-ichi Tsuboi; Marek Trella; Daryl McPhee; Warren Potts; Arkadiusz Wołos; Zi-Jiang Yang

    The literature on global trends in recreational fishing, the determinants of participation in recreational fishing, and the social embedding of recreational fishing in the public eye are reviewed across the world. Data support a conceptual life-cycle model of fisheries according to which interest in recreational fishing rises rapidly with economic development before leveling off and eventually declining

  • A Path to a Sustainable Trawl Fishery in Southeast Asia
    Rev. Fish. Sci. Aquac. (IF 3.755) Pub Date : 2020-06-29
    Petri Suuronen; C. Roland Pitcher; Robert A. McConnaughey; Michel J. Kaiser; Jan G. Hiddink; Ray Hilborn

    Trawl fishing constitutes an important part of the marine fisheries sector in Southeast Asia. It provides livelihoods and food for millions of people in coastal communities as well as feed for the region’s growing aquaculture sector. Trawl fisheries suffer from a multitude of problems, including overcapacity, excessive fishing effort, poor profitability and inadequate governance. The historical decline

  • Marine Recreational Fishing in Portugal: Current Knowledge, Challenges, and Future Perspectives
    Rev. Fish. Sci. Aquac. (IF 3.755) Pub Date : 2020-06-23
    Hugo Diogo; Pedro Veiga; Cristina Pita; Alina Sousa; David Lima; João Gil Pereira; Jorge M. S. Gonçalves; Karim Erzini; Mafalda Rangel

    Marine recreational fishing (MRF) in Portugal is a traditional leisure activity with considerable importance for coastal populations. In the absence of available information from the national data collection framework, this article aims to review the existing information on MRF across the country. MRF was an open access fishery until recently, but with rising evidence of overexploitation of coastal

  • Knowledge Gaps and Management Priorities for Recreational Fisheries in the Developing World
    Rev. Fish. Sci. Aquac. (IF 3.755) Pub Date : 2020-06-23
    Shannon D. Bower; Øystein Aas; Robert Arlinghaus; T. Douglas Beard; Ian G. Cowx; Andy J. Danylchuk; Kátia M. F. Freire; Warren M. Potts; Stephen G. Sutton; Steven J. Cooke

    Millions of individuals worldwide rely on recreational fishing activities for leisure, food, and employment. Recreational fishing is the dominant freshwater fisheries sector in much of the highly developed world and plays a growing role in the marine realm, but in developing countries recreational fisheries occur within a different set of contextual conditions. Little is currently known about attributes

  • A Global Review on the Biology of the Dolphinfish (Coryphaena hippurus) and Its Fishery in the Mediterranean Sea: Advances in the Last Two Decades
    Rev. Fish. Sci. Aquac. (IF 3.755) Pub Date : 2020-06-10
    Vicenç Moltó; Pilar Hernández; Mauro Sinopoli; Amina Besbes-Benseddik; Raouf Besbes; Adriano Mariani; Miriam Gambin; Francisco Alemany; Beatriz Morales-Nin; Antoni María Grau; Juan Antonio Camiñas; José Carlos Báez; Marcelo Vasconcellos; Luca Ceriola; Ignacio A. Catalán

    The common dolphinfish (Coryphaena hippurus) is an epipelagic thermophilic species with a worldwide distribution in tropical and subtropical regions that is characterized by its migratory behavior and fast growth rates. This species is targeted by artisanal small-scale and recreational fisheries in most regions where it is found. This paper updates and analyzes the global scientific knowledge on the

  • Trace Element Patterns in Otoliths: The Role of Biomineralization
    Rev. Fish. Sci. Aquac. (IF 3.755) Pub Date : 2020-06-01
    Karin Hüssy; Karin E. Limburg; Hélène de Pontual; Oliver R. B. Thomas; Philip K. Cook; Yvette Heimbrand; Martina Blass; Anna M. Sturrock

    Otolith chemistry has gained increasing attention as a tool for analyzing various aspects of fish biology, such as stock dynamics, migration patterns, hypoxia and pollution exposure, and connectivity between habitats. While these studies often assume otolith elemental concentrations reflect environmental conditions, physiological processes are increasingly recognized as a modulating and/or controlling

  • Reservoir Fish Habitats: A Perspective on Coping with Climate Change
    Rev. Fish. Sci. Aquac. (IF 3.755) Pub Date : 2020-05-22
    L.E. Miranda; Giancarlo Coppola; Jeff Boxrucker

    Abstract Climate change is the defining environmental problem for our generation. The effects of climate change are increasingly evident and are anticipated to profoundly affect our ability to conserve fish habitats and fish assemblages. Reservoirs are important structures for coping with projected shifts in water supply, but they also provide refuge for riverine fishes and retain distinct fish assemblages

  • The Effect of Swim Bladder Presence and Morphology on Sound Frequency Detection for Fishes
    Rev. Fish. Sci. Aquac. (IF 3.755) Pub Date : 2020-05-15
    Caroline J. Wiernicki; Dong Liang; Helen Bailey; David H. Secor

    Expedient classification of fishes’ hearing abilities based on detected frequency can inform potential impacts of anthropogenic noise on fish communities. Nevertheless, literature on fish hearing is discordant in methodology and limited to a small fraction of known species. The literature on fish audition (N = 63) supported four classes associated with swim bladder specialization: species without swim

  • Fish for Health: Improved Nutritional Quality of Cultured Fish for Human Consumption
    Rev. Fish. Sci. Aquac. (IF 3.755) Pub Date : 2020-05-13
    Albert G. J. Tacon; Daniel Lemos; Marc Metian

    In a global fight against over-nutrition, obesity and associated ailments, identification and consumption of healthier food than processed red meat products and fast-foods is crucial. Fish and seafood products appear as the healthier alternative animal products and the present paper highlight their nutritional merits and health attributes in a world where malnutrition but also under-nutrition is still

  • Pathogenicity and Pathobiology of Epizootic Ulcerative Syndrome (EUS) Causing Fungus Aphanomyces invadans and Its Immunological Response in Fish
    Rev. Fish. Sci. Aquac. (IF 3.755) Pub Date : 2020-05-05
    Praveen Kumar I; Purabi Sarkar; Stefi Raju V; Manikandan V; Ajay Guru; Aziz Arshad; Preetham Elumalai; Jesu Arockiaraj

    Aphanomyces invadans, an oomycyte fungus most frequently recognized as a causative agent of epizootic ulcerative syndrome (EUS) is a seasonal epidemic pathogen of great importance in wild and farmed fish in both freshwater and estuarine environments. EUS is a complex infectious etiology which leads to necrosis ulcerative lesions and granulomatous response in fishes. It is a cause of death of approximately

  • Benefits of Dietary Butyric Acid, Sodium Butyrate, and Their Protected Forms in Aquafeeds: A Review
    Rev. Fish. Sci. Aquac. (IF 3.755) Pub Date : 2020-05-04
    Hany M. R. Abdel-Latif; Mohsen Abdel-Tawwab; Mahmoud A. O. Dawood; Simon Menanteau-Ledouble; Mansour El-Matbouli

    Excessive application of antibiotics to control fish and shrimp diseases in aquaculture has been associated with several drawbacks, such as immune suppression, development of antibiotic-resistant bacterial strains, and elevated levels of antibiotic residues in animal products. To overcome this problem and to promote fish health and their productivity, several immunostimulants have been used as additives

  • Medicinal Herbs and Plants: Potential Treatment of Monogenean Infections in Fish
    Rev. Fish. Sci. Aquac. (IF 3.755) Pub Date : 2020-01-16
    Hien Van Doan; Elahe Soltani; Jack Ingelbrecht; Mehdi Soltani

    Monogenean parasites are responsible for tremendous annual economic losses in both freshwater and marine aquaculture operations. These losses have led to the extensive deployment of chemical treatments, such as praziquantel and mebendazole, in an effort to manage infections from these parasites. While effective, the environmental side effects associated with these treatments are, however, concerning

  • New Insights of Inhibins in Ovarian Physiology of Fish
    Rev. Fish. Sci. Aquac. (IF 3.755) Pub Date : 2020-01-07
    Irshad Ahmad; Irfan Ahmad Bhat; Dhanashree D. Jagtap; C. Selvaa Kumar; S. Ferosekhan; Luis O. B. Afonso

    Egg quality and early embryonic development are important aspects for successful artificial propagation of fish species of ecological and economical values, and therefore have been intensively researched. It has been demonstrated that several maternal factors including TGF-β, cyclin B, follicle cell transcripts and gonadal peptides like inhibins influence fish egg quality. Inhibins are considered gonadal

  • Diverse Cooperative Field Membership and Small-Scale Producers’ Access to Certification
    Rev. Fish. Sci. Aquac. (IF 3.755) Pub Date : 2019-12-29
    Tram Anh Thi Nguyen; Curtis M. Jolly

    The research investigates whether cooperative formation through horizontal integration is best way forward to enable small-scale farmers meet certification requirements. The study employed a literature review on the shrimp industry in Vietnam, value chain analysis, cooperative formation through horizontal integration while developing vertical integration linkages with larger lead firms plus a case

  • Catch-and-Release Influences on Inland Recreational Fisheries
    Rev. Fish. Sci. Aquac. (IF 3.755) Pub Date : 2019-12-13
    Greg G. Sass; Stephanie L. Shaw

    Catch-and-release (CR) has become a pervasive practice and “social norm” with anglers for some inland recreational fisheries. This practice has been promoted for fish conservation and to meet angler and manager desires of greater fish abundances, angler catch rates, and trophy growth potential. Catch-and-release in north-temperate inland recreational fisheries was reviewed over time and documented

  • Current Knowledge on the Biology and Aquaculture of the Endangered Asian Arowana
    Rev. Fish. Sci. Aquac. (IF 3.755) Pub Date : 2019-12-06
    Gen Hua Yue; Alex Chang; A. Yuzer; A Suwanto

    The Asian arowana (Scleropages formosus) is an ancient freshwater fish species from the Osteoglossidae family. It is a territorial and mouth-brooding fish, which inhabits slow-moving rivers and lakes within forests in Southeast Asia. It produces a small number (20–90 eggs/spawning) but very big eggs (diameter: ∼2 cm). It is highly endangered and has been listed under appendix I of CITES since 1975

  • Review of Sexual Maturity in Atlantic Bluefin Tuna, Thunnus thynnus (Linnaeus, 1758)
    Rev. Fish. Sci. Aquac. (IF 3.755) Pub Date : 2019-11-07
    Aldo Corriero; Gilad Heinisch; Hanna Rosenfeld; Ivan Katavić; Letizia Passantino; Rosa Zupa; Leon Grubišić; Molly E. Lutcavage

    The age of sexual maturity of the Atlantic bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus; ABFT) is a reference point for stock assessment and management. The International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) recognizes a western and an eastern Atlantic ABFT stock, based on the assumptions of separate, exclusive spawning grounds, i.e., the northern Gulf of Mexico and the Mediterranean Sea, with

  • Stock Structure of Pacific Bluefin Tuna (Thunnus orientalis) for Management Purposes—A Review of Available Information
    Rev. Fish. Sci. Aquac. (IF 3.755) Pub Date : 2019-11-08
    Shuya Nakatsuka

    Stock structure is one of the fundamental assumptions for assessing and managing fisheries resources. Investigation of stock structure should be conducted holistically, involving reviews of as much information as possible, because suggested conclusions from different studies are often contradictory. Here, all available information related to the stock structure of Pacific bluefin tuna (Thunnus orientalis)

  • Lactic Acid Bacteria in Shellfish: Possibilities and Challenges
    Rev. Fish. Sci. Aquac. (IF 3.755) Pub Date : 2019-11-04
    Einar Ringø; Hien Van Doan; Soonho Lee; Seong Kyu Song

    Several investigations have investigated the gut microbiota in shellfish species, but less information is available on the favorable gut bacteria colonizing the GI tract, the lactic acid bacteria (LAB), and these studies have revealed the presence of Carnobacterium, Enterococcus, Lactobacillus, Lactococcus, Leuconostoc, Pediococcus, Streptococcus, Vagococcus, and Weissella. Identification of LAB in

  • Associations between Ovarian Fluid and Sperm Swimming Trajectories in Marine and Freshwater Teleosts: A Meta-Analysis
    Rev. Fish. Sci. Aquac. (IF 3.755) Pub Date : 2020-03-26
    Jaelen Nicole Myers; Alistair Senior; Vahid Zadmajid; Sune Riis Sørensen; Ian Anthony Ernest Butts

    Marine and freshwater spawning environments present fish sperm with unique challenges, but for both, gametes often signal prior to contact via biochemical interactions through maternally-derived compounds (i.e. eggs and ovarian fluid; OF). For example, when OF is incorporated into the fertilization environment, sperm have been observed to exhibit changes in swimming trajectories (e.g. motility and

  • Nutrition and Feeding of Olive Flounder Paralichthys olivaceus: A Review
    Rev. Fish. Sci. Aquac. (IF 3.755) Pub Date : 2020-03-18
    Ali Hamidoghli; Seonghun Won; Seunghyung Lee; Seunghan Lee; Nathaniel W. Farris; Sungchul C. Bai

    Olive flounder (Paralichthys olivaceus) also referred to as bastard halibut is a marine carnivorous species with great commercial value. The production of olive flounder has been dominated by aquaculture with 43 thousand tons of production in 2017 compared to fisheries with only 10 thousand tons in the same year. But despite the high market demand for this species, aquaculture production has not increased

  • Boosting Immune Function and Disease Bio-Control Through Environment-Friendly and Sustainable Approaches in Finfish Aquaculture: Herbal Therapy Scenarios
    Rev. Fish. Sci. Aquac. (IF 3.755) Pub Date : 2020-03-04
    Seyed Hossein Hoseinifar; Yun-Zhang Sun; Zhigzhang Zhou; Hien Van Doan; Simon J. Davies; R. Harikrishnan

    Aquaculture offers a promising source of economic and healthy protein for human consumption and improved wellbeing. This has led to the development of the aquaculture industry, led through advanced production technologies and culture systems in many parts of the world. The intensification of fish production systems by farmers to meet consumer’s needs, as well as to generate increased profits, creates

  • A Review on Shrimp Aquaculture in India: Historical Perspective, Constraints, Status and Future Implications for Impacts on Aquatic Ecosystem and Biodiversity
    Rev. Fish. Sci. Aquac. (IF 3.755) Pub Date : 2020-02-16
    Mahesh Salunke; Amol Kalyankar; Chandraprakash D. Khedkar; Mahesh Shingare; Gulab D. Khedkar

    Shrimp aquaculture in India has an extensive history of successes and challenges reflecting both the potential and the problems of developing this industry. The industry initially grew rapidly during the 1990s, largely through the efforts of individual farmers, but operated in an environment where there was often a lack of adequate regulatory guidance. During this time the total area occupied by farms

  • World Octopus Fisheries
    Rev. Fish. Sci. Aquac. (IF 3.755) Pub Date : 2019-12-06
    Warwick H. H. Sauer; Ian G. Gleadall; Nicola Downey-Breedt; Zöe Doubleday; Graham Gillespie; Manuel Haimovici; Christian M. Ibáñez; Oleg N. Katugin; Stephen Leporati; Marek R. Lipinski; Unai Markaida; Jorge E. Ramos; Rui Rosa; Roger Villanueva; Juan Arguelles; Felipe A. Briceño; Sergio A. Carrasco; Leo J. Che; Chih-Shin Chen; Rosario Cisneros; Elizabeth Conners; Augusto C. Crespi-Abril; Vladimir V

    Recent studies have shown that coastal and shelf cephalopod populations have increased globally over the last six decades. Although cephalopod landings are dominated by the squid fishery, which represents nearly 80% of the worldwide cephalopod catches, octopuses and cuttlefishes represent ∼10% each. Total reported global production of octopuses over the past three decades indicates a relatively steady

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