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Title: Large Scale Sportfish Tagging Programs : Pros and Cons
Authors: Pepperell, J.C.
Issue Date: 2000
Publisher: IOTC
Citation: IOTC Proceedings no. 3 (2000) page 243-248. WPT00-04
Abstract: Tagging of fish by fishery participants, both recreational and commercial, is a popular activity. It gives the fisher a sense of participation in a scientific activity which will add to knowledge about their target species. The best known examples of this activity are so-called cooperative tagging programs through which recreational anglers (and sometimes, commercial operators) tag and release fish as part of a broad scale, long term undertaking. There are many such programs in operation around the world, some of which are very large, and have been in operation for several decades....
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/991
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