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The research work done on the aquatic animals, fisheries science, fishing technology, fisheries management and relevant socio-economics to improve its breed, migration, and its ecosystem is known as Fishery research, biotic element of the aquatic ecosystem, including genetic resources, organisms or parts thereof, populations, etc. with actual or potential use or value (sensu lato) for humanity. Fishery resources are those aquatic resources of value to fisheries. FAO Fisheries Glossary. In general, refers to elements of a natural aquatic resource (e.g. strains, species, populations, stocks, assemblages) which can be legally caught by fishing. It may sometimes be taken as including also the habitat of such resources.
Related Journals of Fisheries-Research:
Southwestern Naturalist, Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, Wildlife Research, Wildlife Biology