EVALUATING THE POTENTIAL FOR USING SPECIES PRESENCE DATA COLLECTED BY COMMERCIAL FISHERMEN FOR SPECIES DISTRIBUTION MODELING IN THE GULF OF MAINE

@inproceedings{Livermore2015EVALUATINGTP,
  title={EVALUATING THE POTENTIAL FOR USING SPECIES PRESENCE DATA COLLECTED BY COMMERCIAL FISHERMEN FOR SPECIES DISTRIBUTION MODELING IN THE GULF OF MAINE},
  author={Julia Livermore},
  year={2015}
}
2015 ii Executive Summary Fishermen and scientists have noted that fish species distributions are changing along the Northeast Continental Shelf. The Northeast Shelf Large Marine Ecosystem has undergone changes in temperature, stratification, and circulation patterns due to local climate variability and large scale warming trends. In response to physical changes, there have been adjustments to phytoplankton dynamics, and changes in the abundance and distribution of economically important marine… CONTINUE READING

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