Environmental Oceanography

Fisheries oceanography can be mostly defined as study of the communication between marine fish and their environments through various life-history stages. Traditional fisheries organization methods estimate population abundance stages as a function of the number of reproducing adults without environmental or environmental effort, but the field of fisheries oceanography has provided a framework to calculate enrolment and define harvest schemes within an ecosystem context. By looking for to describe mechanistic relationships between fish species and their surrounding oceanic habitats, the field of fisheries oceanography aims to bring a solid understanding of fish behaviour, people dynamic forces, and biography with an ecosystem perspective. Oceanography is an interdisciplinary science that includes geology, biology, chemistry, and physics which together is been used to study the entire ocean, i.e., from the narrow coastal areas to the deepest trenches.

 

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