Conclusion that fishing-induced evolution is negligible follows from model assumptions.


Phenotypic changes in exploited fish stocks have been reported worldwide (1), but it remains an open question how much is attributable to phenotypic plasticity (likely reversible) versus genetic change (likely slow to reverse), and whether the driver is fishing (manageable) or environmental (mostly difficult to control). Recently, Eikeset et al. (2… (More)
DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1700708114


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