Cross-shoal variability in the feeding habits of migrating Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua)

@article{DeBlois2004CrossshoalVI,
  title={Cross-shoal variability in the feeding habits of migrating Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua)},
  author={E. DeBlois and G. Rose},
  journal={Oecologia},
  year={2004},
  volume={108},
  pages={192-196}
}
Prey intake and selection were related to within-shoal position for Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) engaged in annual migration across the Newfoundland shelf in the northwest Atlantic. Comparisons made among fish occupying five regions from the front to rear of a large (>10 km across) migrating shoal indicated that leading fish, or scouts, were larger, ate more food by weight, and had a more varied diet than did fish at other positions. Also, scouts consumed more preferred prey types (fish and… Expand
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