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Preparing for a changing future in recreational fisheries: 100 research questions for global consideration emerging from a horizon scan

Holder, PE, Jeanson, AL, Lennox, RJ, Brownscombe, JW, Arlinghaus, R, Danylchuk, AJ, Bower, SD, Hyder, K, Hunt, LM, Fenichel, EP, Venturelli, PA, Thorstad, EB, Allen, MS, Potts, WM, Clark-Danylchuk, S, Claussen, JE, Lyle, JM ORCID: 0000-0001-9670-5854, Tsuboi, J, Brummett, R, Freire, KMF, Tracey, SR ORCID: 0000-0002-6735-5899, Skov, C and Cooke, SJ 2020 , 'Preparing for a changing future in recreational fisheries: 100 research questions for global consideration emerging from a horizon scan' , Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, vol. 30 , pp. 137-151 , doi: 10.1007/s11160-020-09595-y.

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Abstract

Recreational fisheries hold immense ecological, social, and economic value. The management of these fisheries is increasingly important as we move forward in the Anthropocene. Recreational fisheries managers face several challenges as fisheries often involve diverse social and ecological systems comprised of complex feedback and stakeholder motivations and needs. Here, we used a horizon scanning exercise to yield 100 research questions related to recreational fisheries science and management in the Anthropocene. Initial research questions (n = 205) were collected from recreational fisheries experts (i.e., stakeholders, managers, researchers) from various sectors (i.e., industry, government, NGOs) and geographic locations (14 countries: Australia, Brazil, Canada, Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, New Zealand, Norway, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, USA). These questions were subsequently categorized, thematized, and refined by our authorship team, eventually yielding what we considered to be the top 100 research questions of relevance to management of recreational fisheries. The key themes include: human dimensions; bioeconomics; resource monitoring and data acquisition; governance; management—regulatory actions; management—stock and habitat enhancement; catch-and-release; impacts of recreational fisheries on populations, communities and ecosystems; threats and sustainability; and angler outreach, education and engagement. It is our intention that this comprehensive and forward-looking list will create a framework to guide future research within this field, and contribute to evidence-based recreational fisheries management and policy.

Item Type: Article
Authors/Creators:Holder, PE and Jeanson, AL and Lennox, RJ and Brownscombe, JW and Arlinghaus, R and Danylchuk, AJ and Bower, SD and Hyder, K and Hunt, LM and Fenichel, EP and Venturelli, PA and Thorstad, EB and Allen, MS and Potts, WM and Clark-Danylchuk, S and Claussen, JE and Lyle, JM and Tsuboi, J and Brummett, R and Freire, KMF and Tracey, SR and Skov, C and Cooke, SJ
Keywords: recreational fisheries, fisheries management, global fisheries, research priorities, biodiversity, conservation
Journal or Publication Title: Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publ
ISSN: 0960-3166
DOI / ID Number: 10.1007/s11160-020-09595-y
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