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Special Issue: Conservation Physiology of Marine Fishes

There is growing recognition that physiological research can contribute significantly to the resolution of management and conservation problems for marine fishes, and to the ability accurately to project impacts of environmental pressures. This perception was the impetus to establish a European Union Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) Action entitled ‘Conservation Physiology of Marine Fishes’ (COST FA1004, 2011-2015).

This Action provided a forum for interactions among fish ecophysiologists, fisheries ecologists and modellers, through a series of international conferences and workshops. This Theme Section comprises a series of reviews, perspectives and research articles that represent a key deliverable of COST FA1004. Together, they provide an indication of the state of the art of thinking and research in this emerging field.

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