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Problem: Infer relative danger from spatially segregated predators in large-scale marine systems, using individual differences in prey foraging behaviour. Mathematical models: Optimization of trade-offs between predation risk and energy gain. Key assumption: Foraging individuals choosing to incur higher risk of predation should experience higher energetic(More)
An acoustic survey was conducted on the adult herring population in Prince William Sound during late March 2004. This was the final year of a five year survey program. Two vessels contributed to the herring surveys, the FV Kyle David chartered by the Prince William Sound Science Center, and the ADF&G research vessel RV Solstice. The Solstice conducted the(More)
Surveys were conducted during March 2003 to determine the populations of adult herring (Clupea pallasi) and adult pollock (Theragra chalcogramma) in Prince William Sound. Two vessels contributed to the herring surveys, the F/V Kyle David chartered by the Prince William Sound Science Center, and the ADF&G research vessel RV Montague. The Montague conducted(More)
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