[Coral-List] Lion fish question

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The Foundation ICRI Colombia in Pro of Coral Reefs, has studied the change in fisheries productivity in Capurganá, Colombia since 2010. It is ready for publication by the authors Galvis, N.H. and R.H. Galvis. You can contact us directly for specific questions.
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> Date: Fri, 10 May 2013 17:02:39 +0100> From: valentin_de_nattes at yahoo.fr
> To: coral-list at coral.aoml.noaa.gov; GCFINET at LISTSERV.GCFI.ORG
> Subject: [Coral-List]  Lion fish question
> Hi,
> I'm a FWI student and after many readings about lion fish I'm surprised about the lack of economic studies about the impact of these species on territories..
> I found just two studies which relate the impact of lion fish,  I let you see :
> http://www.nickhiggs.com/uploads/1/5/7/5/15756104/higgs_lionfish_09.pdf
> http://procs.gcfi.org/pdf/GCFI_64-13.pdf
> I'm doing a paper/research about the impact of lionfish on the Martinique traditional coastal fisheries, I want to try to make a comparison between Martinique and other caribbean territories which have been already colonized by lionfish but I need datas..
> Already thanks to Maia McGuire, Franck Gourdin and James Morris who answered to me.
> Regards,
> Valentin de Nattes
> FWI Master Student
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