Among-year variation in growth of Antarctic krill Euphausia superba based on length-frequency data

@inproceedings{Shelton2013AmongyearVI,
  title={Among-year variation in growth of Antarctic krill Euphausia superba based on length-frequency data},
  author={Andrew Olaf Shelton and Douglas Kinzey and Christian S Reiss and Stephan Munch and George M. Watters and Marc MangelM. Mangel},
  year={2013}
}
Understanding the temporal variability in vital rates (e.g. growth and survivorship) of wild populations is practically and statistically difficult but crucial for connecting such variation to mechanistic drivers and their population consequences. For somatic growth, empirical estimates of variation are rare because they often require expensive long-term tag-recapture programs. In marine pelagic ecosystems, where many species are difficult to sample and not amenable to tag- ging studies… CONTINUE READING

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