Table 3. Kakarotan: Results of the one-way ANOVAs for comparisons of biomass, inside vs. outside closures, life histories, and a summary of life histories and resilience to overfishing. Adapted from Froese and Pauly (1995) for families commonly caught in subsistence Indo-Pacific fisheries.


Family
F
p*
Population doubling time
Resilience
to overfishing
Scaridae
46.49
<0.01
Short-long
Low-high
Pomacanthidae
9.28
<0.05
Short-Intermediate
Medium-High
Serranidae
-
<0.05U
Intermediate-Long
Low-Medium
Haemulidae
-
<0.05U
Long
Low
Nemipteridae
-
<0.05U
Short-Intermediate
Medium-High
Balistidae
-
<0.05U
Intermediate
Medium
Lutjanidae
1.31
NS
Intermediate
Medium
Lethrinidae
-
NSU
Long
Low
Acanthuridae
1.59
NS
Short-Long
Low-High
Siganidae
1.00
NS
Short
High
Chaetodontidae
2.13
NS
Short-Intermediate
Medium-High
Labridae
6.69
NS
Intermediate-Long
Low-Medium
Mullidae
2.09
NS
Intermediate
Intermediate
* In all cases, significant results indicate higher fish biomass inside managed areas than outside.
Udata did not meet assumptions of ANOVA and were analyzed using Mann-Whitney U tests.
Population doubling time: Shor<15 mo, Intermediate = 1.4-4.4 yr, Long = 4.5-14. yr