- Here are entered works on the exertion of fishing intensity beyond an established sustainable level.
- Fish populations--Overfishing
- Fishing overexploitation
- Over fishing
- Overexploitation of fish stock
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- found: Work cat.: Scientific review of definitions of overfishing in U.S. fishery management plans, 1996.
- found: NOAA fisheries glossary, Rev. ed. (June 2006) (according to the National Standard Guidelines, "overfishing occurs whenever a stock or stock complex is subjected to a rate or level of fishing mortality that jeopardizes the capacity of a stock or stock complex to produce maximum sustainable yield (MSY) on a continuing basis." Overfishing is occurring if the maximum fishing mortality threshold (MFMT) is exceeded for 1 year or more)
- found: FAO fisheries glossary, viewed May 8, 2007 (overfishing: in general, action of exerting a fishing pressure (fishing intensity) beyond agreed optimum level. A reduction of fishing pressure would, in the medium term, lead to an increase in the total catch)
- found: ASFA thesaurus, July 11, 2007 (Overfishing: fishing more intensely than a desirable level; UF: Fishing overexploitation)
- found: Encyclopedia of ecology & environmental management, 1998 (1999 printing) (overfishing: the practice of harvesting fish in quantities greater than can be replaced by recruitment to the population)
- found: OECD glossary of statistical terms, viewed May 10, 2007 (Over-exploitation (of fish stock))
- found: Dictionary of ecology and environmental science, 1st ed. (1993) (Overexploitation)
Here are entered works on the exertion of fishing intensity beyond an established sustainable level.
- 2007-07-10: new
- 2007-08-21: revised
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