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Developing alternative indices of reproductive potential for use in fisheries management: Case studies for stocks spanning an information gradient

AuthorsTara Marshall, C.; Saborido-Rey, Fran
KeywordsAge diversity index
Egg production
Fisheries management
Issue DateDec-2003
PublisherNorthwest Atlantic Fisheries Organization
CitationJournal of Northwest Atlantic Fishery Science 33: 161-190 (2003)
AbstractThere is accumulating evidence to suggest that spawning stock biomass (SSB) may not be directly proportional to reproductive potential. The wide-ranging implications of this conclusion necessitate that it be tested for as many stocks as possible. Undertaking such tests is complicated by the fact that fish stocks vary in the amount and type of information that is available to estimate reproductive potential.
Description30 páginas, 19 figuras, 3 tablas.-- C. Tara Marshall ... et al.
Publisher version (URL)http://journal.nafo.int/J33/vol33.html
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