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Climate change effects on fishes and fisheries: towards a cause-and-effect understanding.
Ongoing climate change is predicted to affect individual organisms during all life stages, thereby affecting populations of a species, communities and the functioning of ecosystems. These effects ofExpand
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Resolving the effect of climate change on fish populations
This paper develops a framework for the study of climate on fish populations based on first principles of physiology, ecology, and available observations. Environmental variables and oceanographicExpand
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The effects of temperature and salinity on egg production and hatching success of Baltic Acartia tonsa (Copepoda: Calanoida): a laboratory investigation
The functional response of the aspects of reproductive success of a southwestern Baltic population of Acartia tonsa (Copepoda: Calanoida) was quantified in the laboratory using wide ranges inExpand
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Effects of salinity, photoperiod and adult stocking density on egg production and egg hatching success in Acartia tonsa (Calanoida: Copepoda) : Optimizing intensive cultures
Abstract The interest in large-scale culturing of copepods for marine fish aquaculture is growing, however studies quantifying the optimal conditions for intensive copepod production are generallyExpand
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Gut contents of common mummichogs, Fundulus heteroclitus L., in a restored impounded marsh and in natural reference marshes
We examined the gut contents of mummichogs, Fundulus heteroclitus L., entering and leaving ditches in three marsh regions within the Barn Island Wildlife Management Area in Connecticut: a restoredExpand
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Energy losses due to routine and feeding metabolism in young-of-the-year juvenile Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua)
We examined the effects of body size (3-13 cm total length) and temperature (4.5, 8.0, 12.0, and 15.5 °C) on routine (RR) and feeding (RSDA) energy losses by laboratory-reared, young-of-year juvenileExpand
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Effects of food consumption and temperature on growth rate and biochemical-based indicators of growth in early juvenile atlantic cod Gadus morhua and haddock Melanogrammus aeglefinus
The relationship between the somatic growth rate (G) and feeding level (unfed, inter- mediate, and maximum rations) of age-0 juvenile cod Gadus morhua and haddock Melanogrammus aeglefinus wasExpand
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Temperature tolerance and energetics: a dynamic energy budget-based comparison of North Atlantic marine species
Temperature tolerance and sensitivity were examined for some North Atlantic marine species and linked to their energetics in terms of species-specific parameters described by dynamic energy budgetExpand
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Forage fish, their fisheries, and their predators: who drives whom?
The North Sea has a diverse forage fish assemblage, including herring, targeted for human consumption; sandeel, sprat, and Norway pout, exploited by industrial fisheries; and some sardine andExpand
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Respiration of Mediterranean cold-water corals is not affected by ocean acidification as projected for the end of the century
The rise of CO 2 has been identified as a major threat to life in the ocean. About one-third of the anthro-pogenic CO 2 produced in the last 200 yr has been taken up by the ocean, leading to oceanExpand
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