A Resilience Approach Can Improve Anadromous Fish Restoration
To evaluate whether a resilience approach represents a viable strategy for anadromous fish restoration, we review four issues: (1) how resilience theory can inform anadromous fish restoration, (2) how a resilience-based approach is fundamentally different than extant anadromous fish restoration strategies, (3) ecological characteristics that historically benefited anadromous fish persistence, and (4) examples of how human impacts harm anadromous fish and how a resilience approach might produce more successful outcomes.
Waldman, J., Wilson, K. A., Mather, M., & Snyder, N. P. (2016). A Resilience Approach Can Improve Anadromous Fish Restoration. Fisheries, 41(3), 116-126. doi:10.1080/03632415.2015.1134501