A changed post-flood management strategy enables the culture-based fishery of the Liangzi Lake, Yangtze River Basin, China, to remain economically and environmentally viable
Wang, Qidong1,2; Li, Zhongjie1,2; Lin, Mingli3; Ye, Shaowe1; Li, Wei1; Guo, Chuanbo1; Huang, Geng1; Yuan, Jing1,2; Liu, Jiashou1,2; De Silva, Sena S.4
2019-09-02
Source PublicationFISHERIES MANAGEMENT AND ECOLOGY
ISSN0969-997X
Volume1Issue:1Pages:10
Abstract

The culture-based fishery of Liangzi Lake, Yangtze River Basin, established in 1992, yielded 2,652 t/year (+/- 167) between 2005 and 2015, dominated by stocked carps [Hypophthalmichthys molitrix (Val.) and Hypophthalmichthys nobilis (Richardson)] and mitten crab Eriocheir sinensis (Milne Edwards), accounting for 53% and 23% of the production and 20% and 52% in value, respectively. The lake had a macrophyte cover dominated by Vallisneria natans (Lour.) Hara with a cumulative biomass of 10,647 g/m(2) that disappeared after a major flood in 2010 and changed its ecology. Management changes in stocking strategies introduced in the post-flood period enabled the culture-based fishery to maintain viability and sustainability to combat the major ecological change in the lake. The stocked species contributed significantly to nutrient removal of 24.71 +/- 5.12 t/yr and 6.29 +/- 0.87 t/yr of total nitrogen and total phosphorus, respectively.

KeywordCulture-based Fishery Flood Macrophyte Nutrient Removal Stocked Species Yangtze River Basin
DOI10.1111/fme.12386
Indexed BySCI
Funding OrganizationEarmarked Fund for China Agriculture Research System ; National Key Research and Development Program of China ; Special Fund for Technical Innovation of Hubei Province
Language英语
Funding ProjectEarmarked Fund for China Agriculture Research System[CARS-45] ; National Key Research and Development Program of China[2018YFD0900701] ; Special Fund for Technical Innovation of Hubei Province[2017ABA061]
WOS KeywordCrab Eriocheir-sinensis ; Mitten Crab ; Flood Impact ; 3 Gorges ; Aquaculture ; Trends ; Communities ; Ecosystem ; Gezhouba ; Carps
WOS Research AreaFisheries
WOS SubjectFisheries
WOS IDWOS:000484833700001
PublisherWILEY
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Document Type期刊论文
Version预印本
Identifierhttp://ir.idsse.ac.cn/handle/183446/6962
Collection深海科学研究部_深海生物学研究室_海洋哺乳动物与海洋生物声学研究组
Corresponding AuthorLiu, Jiashou
Affiliation1.Chinese Acad Sci, State Key Lab Freshwater Ecol & Biotechnol, Inst Hydrobiol, Wuhan, Hubei, Peoples R China
2.Minist Sci & Technol, Natl Res Ctr Freshwater Fisheries Engn, Wuhan, Hubei, Peoples R China
3.Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Deep Sea Sci & Engn, Marine Mammal & Marine Bioacoust Lab, Sanya, Hainan, Peoples R China
4.Deakin Univ, Sch Life & Environm Sci, Warrnambool, Vic, Australia
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Wang, Qidong,Li, Zhongjie,Lin, Mingli,et al. A changed post-flood management strategy enables the culture-based fishery of the Liangzi Lake, Yangtze River Basin, China, to remain economically and environmentally viable[J]. FISHERIES MANAGEMENT AND ECOLOGY,2019,1(1):10.
APA Wang, Qidong.,Li, Zhongjie.,Lin, Mingli.,Ye, Shaowe.,Li, Wei.,...&De Silva, Sena S..(2019).A changed post-flood management strategy enables the culture-based fishery of the Liangzi Lake, Yangtze River Basin, China, to remain economically and environmentally viable.FISHERIES MANAGEMENT AND ECOLOGY,1(1),10.
MLA Wang, Qidong,et al."A changed post-flood management strategy enables the culture-based fishery of the Liangzi Lake, Yangtze River Basin, China, to remain economically and environmentally viable".FISHERIES MANAGEMENT AND ECOLOGY 1.1(2019):10.
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