Accounting for Spatial Population Structure in Stock Assessment : Past , Present , and Future *

@inproceedings{Cadrin2009AccountingFS,
  title={Accounting for Spatial Population Structure in Stock Assessment : Past , Present , and Future *},
  author={Steven X. Cadrin and David H. Secor},
  year={2009}
}
Stock identification has been an important prerequisite for stock assessment throughout its history. The earliest evaluations of recruitment variability recognized that understanding the spatial scale of a fishery resource is essential for studying population dynamics. A paradigm of stock structure was based on closed migration circuits and geographic variation of phenotypic traits and formed a premise for fishery modeling conventions in the mid-1900s. As genetic techniques developed in the… CONTINUE READING
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