## Adaptive management of renewable resources |

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

Objectives Constraints and Problem Bounding | 13 |

A Process for Model Building | 43 |

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abundance actions adaptive management adaptive policy alternative models analysis assumed assumption average balance model basic biomass calculated catch changes Chapter choice complex components correlated covariance matrix data set decision defined density distribution dynamic model dynamic programming economic effects equation equilibrium escapement EVPI example expected value experience experimental exploitation rate factors feedback policy Figure fish fisheries function growth harvest rate harvesting effort historical increase initial input interactions involves lake trout lamprey likelihood function linear linear regression logistic measured ment monitoring mortality normally distributed observation observation error optimal optimum options parameter estimates pattern population possible predator predictions prey probing problem random recruitment reduced relationship replicates represent response result Ricker Ricker model salmon simple simulation sockeye salmon spawning stock statistical step stock size stock sizes stock-recruitment sufficient statistics surplus production survival rate tion uncertainty unknown parameters usually variables variance variation wide-sense x,+i