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Spatial and temporal variabilities of pelagic fish community structure and distribution in Chesapeake Bay, USA
Abstract Spatio-temporal variability in assemblages of pelagic fish in Chesapeake Bay from 1995 to 2000 was documented based on midwater trawl surveys conducted three times annually (April, July, andExpand
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Latitudinal shifts in the distribution of exploited fishes in Korean waters during the last 30 years: a consequence of climate change
Sea surface temperatures in Korean waters have increased by approximately 1 °C during the past 40 years, implying possible range shifts of marine fishes and invertebrates. We analyzed spatiallyExpand
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Spatial variability in long-term changes of climate and oceanographic conditions in Korea.
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  • Environmental Science, Medicine
  • Journal of environmental biology
  • 1 July 2008
I evaluated long-term changes in hydrological conditions (temperature, salinity and dissolved oxygen) in Korean sea waters in relation to the regional land climate change (air temperature andExpand
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Recruitment and spawning-stock biomass distribution of bay anchovy (Anchoa mitchilli) in Chesapeake Bay
Recruitment of bay anchovy (Anchoa mitchilli) in Chesapeake is related to variability in hydrological conditions and to abundance and spatial distribution of spawning stock biomass (SSB).Expand
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Regional differences in the response of mesozooplankton to oceanographic regime shifts in the northeast Asian marginal seas
Abstract To understand responses of marine ecosystems to climate changes in the northwestern Pacific, especially responses to the 1998 regime shift, we related month-specific variability inExpand
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The effect of seasonal anomalies of seawater temperature and salinity on the fluctuation in yields of small yellow croaker, Pseudosciaena polyactis, in the Yellow Sea
To include the effects of environmental factors on the production of small yellow croaker, Pseudosciaena polyactis Bleeker, in the Yellow Sea, we applied time series analysis to the commercial catchExpand
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Size-dependent mortality formulation for isochronal fish species based on their fecundity: An example of Pacific cod (Gadus macrocephalus) in the eastern coastal areas of Korea
Abstract We developed a matrix projection method to estimate and validate size-dependent instantaneous rates of natural mortality (M) for isochronal fishes, based on their fecundity and growth. HereExpand
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Fecundity and growth-dependent mortality of Pacific anchovy (Engraulis japonicus) in Korean coastal waters
Abstract We propose a method of estimating natural mortality of marine pelagic fishes, especially for early-life stages, based on their fecundity. To estimate size-dependent fecundity, growth andExpand
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Calculation of Carbon Dioxide Emissions by South Korea`s Fishery Industry
Vessel numbers and fuel consumption by South Korea`s offshore and coastal fisheries have continuously declined since 2000. Using the 2006 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Guidelines,Expand
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Production of bay anchovy Anchoa mitchilli in Chesapeake Bay: application of size-based theory
To evaluate and quantify productivity of abundant bay anchovy Anchoa mitchilli in the Chesapeake Bay ecosystem, daily stock biomass, production, and contribution to predators of young- of-the-yearExpand
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