Fish and Fisheries
© John Wiley & Sons Ltd
Edited By: Tony Pitcher, Paul Hart and Gary Carvalho
Impact Factor: 5.8
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2011: 1/50 (Fisheries)
Online ISSN: 1467-2979
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Fish and Fisheries
Providing critical synthesis of major physiological, molecular, ecological and evolutionary issues relating to the interdisciplinary study of fish.
The journal is an essential resource for all of those interested in the biology, conservation and exploitation of fish.
Top papers from Fish and Fisheries
Most read papers in Fish and Fisheries in 2012 year to date
Projecting global marine biodiversity impacts under climate change scenarios
William W.L. Cheung, Vicky W.Y. Lam, Jorge L. Sarmiento, Kelly Kearney, Reg Watson, Daniel Pauly
Rights-based fisheries governance: from fishing rights to human rights
Edward H Allison, Blake D Ratner, Björn Åsgård, Rolf Willmann, Robert Pomeroy, John Kurien
Vulnerability of national economies to the impacts of climate change on fisheries
Edward H. Allison et al.
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Seafood mislabelling: comparisons of two western European case studies assist in defining influencing factors, mechanisms and motives
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The potential impacts of ocean acidification: scaling from physiology to fisheries
Will J F Le Quesne and John K Pinnegar