Population genetics, ecology and systematics of Indo-Australian scombrid fishes, with particular reference to skipjack tuna (Katsuwonus pelamis)
This thesis is essentially concerned with the use of electrophoretically-detected genetic variation, in combination with mark-recapture data, to describe the genetic structure of a high vagility species, the skipjack tuna (Kateuwonus pelamis), in the Info-Australian region. Implications for management of the resource are then considered, and the results related where possible to other members of the family Scombridae. With a favourble return rate (7.6%) from the 9547 releases of tagged...[Show more]
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