Becoming a marine scientist: helped by a daily quota of three lumps of coal

Published on Mar 1, 2020in Ices Journal of Marine Science3.367
· DOI :10.1093/icesjms/fsaa009
Sidney J. Holt6
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Young scholars in academia often seek to work in collaboration with top researchers in their field in pursuit of a successful career. While success in academia can be defined differently, everyone agrees that training with a well-known researcher can help lead to an efficacious career. This study aims to investigate whether collaborating with established scientists does, in fact, improve junior scholars’ chances of success. If not, what makes young scientists soar in their academic careers? We i...
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Foreword by Sidney J. Holt. One hundred and twenty years of change in fishing power of English North Sea trawlers. The decline of the English and Welsh fishing fleet?. After Beverton and Holt. Contributions of the fishing industry to research through partnerships. Understanding and managing marine fisheries with the aid of a digital map. Managing without best predictions: the Management Strategy Evaluation. framework. From fish to fisheries: the changing focus of management advice. The contribut...
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1. Perspective 2. Dynamic bioeconomic models 3. Investment and overcapacity 4. Fisheries management 5. Risk assessment and risk management 6. Case studies 7. Changing direction Appendix Bibliography Index.
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Summary The foregoing examples illustrate how the theory developed here may be employed to make estimates concerning the condition of a commercial marine fishery. The examples employed, although having perhaps as complete information as any available for this purpose, leave something to be desired. In particular, in both of these examples, very little or no data are available concerning intensity of fishing and abundance for the early period of development of the fishery, well before the maximum...
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