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Stock collapses and their recovery: mechanisms that establish and maintain life-cycle closure in space and time
Experience has established that the recovery of many collapsed stocks takes much longer than predicted by traditional fishery population models. We put forward the hypothesis that stock collapse isExpand
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Fecundity, egg deposition, and mortality of market squid (Lolilgo opalescens)
Loligo opalescens live less than a year and die after a short spawning period before all oocytes are expended. Potential fecundity (EP), the standing stock of all oocytes just before the onset ofExpand
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Temporal variation of seasonality of egg production and the spawning biomass of Pacific anchovy, Engraulis japonicus, in the southern waters of Korea in 1983–1994
Embryonic mortality, egg production and the spawning stock biomass of Pacific anchovy, Engraulis japonicus, off Southern Korea during 1983–1994, and their biological response to oceanographicExpand
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State of the California Current 2010-2011: Regionally Variable Responses to a Strong (But Fleeting?) La Nina
This is the publisher’s final pdf. The published article is copyrighted by Scripps Insitutute of Oceanography and can be found at:Expand
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Use of the Daily Egg Production Method to Estimate the Stock Size of Western Australian Sardines (Sardinops sagax).
The daily egg production method was used to estimate the spawning biomass of the sardine Sardinops sagax in the Albany region of Western Australia. Plankton surveys covering 10000 - 14000 km² wereExpand
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Re-estimation of three parameters associated with anchovy egg and larval abundance : temperature dependent incubation time, yolk-sac growth rate and egg and larval retention in mesh nets
The est imates o f th ree parameters requ i red f o r nor thern anchovy (Engrau l i s mordax) abundance assessment were updated us ing new data from 1981 and 1982. These th ree parameters a reExpand
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Assessment of the Pacific Sardine Resource in 2011 for U.S. Management in 2012
The Pacific sardine resource is assessed each year in support of the Pacific Fishery Management Council (PFMC) process that, in part, establishes an annual harvest guideline (‘HG’) for the U.S.Expand
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The State of the California Current, 2004-2005: Still Cool?
This report summarizes the recent state of the California Current System (CCS), primarily during the period of April 2004 to January 2005. The report is based on observations made between Oregon andExpand
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Use of a continuous egg sampler for ichthyoplankton surveys : application to the estimation of daily egg production of Pacific sardine ( Sardinops sagax ) off California
In 1996, using the contin­ uous underway fish egg sampler (CUFES), we carried out a preliminary study with the daily egg production method (DEPM) for estimating fish biomass of Pacific sardine,Expand
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Causes of mortality in young jack mackerel
Field and laboratory experiments were conducted with the purpose of partitioning jack mackerel Trachurus symmetricus larval mortality into portions due to starvation and to predation. FieldExpand
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