This work provides an overview of various models of sensitivity analysis and exploration of models developed in oceanography, fishery, environment, water management, ecology, agronomy, etc. It suggests an approach for choosing the method most suitable for its need and shows how to apply these methods in reality. It is targeting modellers and model users who wish to acquire or consolidate their understanding of analytical methods and exploring models through simulations.
A reference tool on pond production and management: water quality management, controlled reproduction and rearing methods for a dozen species of fish, veterinary care, optimisation of production in the special ecosystem of a fish pond. This update takes accounts of changes in the regulations.
This work takes stock of the biology of the Platax, its life cycle, the mimetic behaviour of its young and its place in the lagoon fish chain. It presents fresh elements relating to quality and production.
The red drum, a native of the southern United States, has been introduced for aquacultural purposes into Martinique to start with and then into other parts of the world, including the other French overseas departments. The work describes the biology of this species, how it is raised, its commercial production and its market.
Climb aboard a felucca, a fishing boat or a longliner for a fascinating, illustrated journey through fishing traditions. Here is depicted a vibrant homage to the men of "the gear", be it nets or dragged.
This guide identifies, per family, over 500 species of invertebrates likely to be picked up by a trawl between the Bay of Biscay and the Eastern Channel. It is illustrated with over 1,000 photos and line drawings.
This book provides a wealth of information on the systematics and biology of sharks and assembles the most recent data on the fin trade.
The book focuses on the situation of Brittany coastal fishing in the early 2000s. It examines the regulated access to resources, the characteristics of the fishing fleet, the economic efficiency of vessels and fishing for pleasure.
Basing himself on ancient literature, Roland Billard explains the techniques of construction and exploiting ponds and their use by past and present rural societies.