A bioenergetics-based population dynamics model of Pacific herring ( Clupea harengus pallasi ) coupled to a lower trophic level nutrient – phytoplankton – zooplankton model : Description , calibration , and sensitivity analysis

@inproceedings{Megrey2017ABP,
  title={A bioenergetics-based population dynamics model of Pacific herring ( Clupea harengus pallasi ) coupled to a lower trophic level nutrient – phytoplankton – zooplankton model : Description , calibration , and sensitivity analysis},
  author={Bernard A. Megrey and Kenneth A. Rose and Robert A. Klumb and Douglas Edward Hay and Francisco E. Werner and David L. Eslinger and S. Lan Smithg},
  year={2017}
}
We describe an approach to dynamically couple a fish bioenergetics-based population dynamics model to the NEMURO lower trophic level nutrient–phytoplankton–zooplankton model. The coupled models, denoted NEMURO.FISH and configured for Pacific herring (Clupea harengus pallasii) on the west coast of Vancouver Island, are capable of simulating the daily dynamics of the lower trophic levels and the daily average weight and numbers of individual herring in each of 10 age classes over multiple years… CONTINUE READING

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