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|Title:||Relationships between measurements of hake biomass and sea surface temperature off southern Namibia|
|Authors:||Macpherson, Enrique; Masó, Mercedes; Barangé, Manuel; Gordoa, Ana|
|Publisher:||Sea Fisheries Research Institute (South Africa)|
|Citation:||South African Journal of Marine Science 10 : 213-217 (1991)|
|Abstract:||[EN]A good relationship between the variability in measurements of Cape hake Merlllccills capensi.\ biomass during winter and summer swept-area research surveys and sea surface temperature off southern Namibia for the years 1983-1990 is presented. The results call into question [he hypothesis that hake density is related to biomass and imply that abnonmally warm summers could support higher catches, regardless of the state of the stock. A hypothesis that anomalous warm conditions could induce hake to concentrate closer to the sea bed, making them more susceptible to bottom trawling, is presented.|
|Description:||5 páginas,1 tabla, 2 figuras.|
|Publisher version (URL):||http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/nisc/sajms/1991/00000010/00000001/art00020#expand/collapse|
|Appears in Collections:||(ICM) Artículos|
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