O. V. Gritsenko

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After the North Pacific ocean climate change in 1976–77, most species of Pacific salmon (Oncorhyn-chus spp.) in North America and Asia increased in abundance and declined in body size up until the early 1990s. Several authors attributed this decline in body size of chum salmon (O. keta) to increasing population density of chum salmon in the ocean. In the(More)
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