Status and future of Lake Huron fish communities

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Edited by: M. MunawarT. Edsall, and J. Leach


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In 1993, fishery management agencies with jurisdiction over Lake Huron fish populations developed draft fish community objectives in response to the Joint Strategic Plan for Management of Great Lakes Fisheries. The Joint Strategic Plan charged the Great Lakes Fishery Commission sponsored Lake Huron Committee to define objectives for what the fish community of Lake Huron should look like in the future, and to develop means for measuring progress toward the objectives. The overall management objective for Lake Huron is to 'over the next two decades restore an ecologically balanced fish community dominated by top predators and consisting largely of self-sustaining, indigenous and naturalized species and capable of sustaining annual harvests of 8.9 million kg'. This paper represents the first attempt at consolidating current biological information from different management agencies on a lake-wide basis for the purpose of assessing the current status and dynamics of Lake Huron fishes.
Publication type Book chapter
Publication Subtype Book Chapter
Title Status and future of Lake Huron fish communities
Year Published 1995
Language English
Publisher SPB Academic Publishing
Publisher location Amsterdam
Contributing office(s) Great Lakes Science Center
Description p. 125-169
Larger Work Type Book
Larger Work Subtype Other Government Series
Larger Work Title The Lake Huron ecosystem: ecology, fisheries and management
First page 125
Last page 169
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