Effects of Temperature and Body Size on the Swimming Speed of Larval and Juvenile Atlantic Cod (Gadus Morhua): Implications for Individual-based Modelling

@article{Peck2006EffectsOT,
  title={Effects of Temperature and Body Size on the Swimming Speed of Larval and Juvenile Atlantic Cod (Gadus Morhua): Implications for Individual-based Modelling},
  author={Myron A Peck and Lawrence J. Buckley and David A. Bengtson},
  journal={Environmental Biology of Fishes},
  year={2006},
  volume={75},
  pages={419-429}
}
The routine swimming speed (S) of three groups of 4, 9 and 32 cm total length (LT) juvenile cod (Gadus morhua) was quantified in the laboratory at 6 – 10 different temperatures (T) between 3.2 and 16.7°C. At temperatures between 5 and 15°C, mean group S increased exponentially with increasing T (S=a e bT ) and the effect of temperature (b = 0.082, Q10 = 2.27) was not significantly different among the groups (over the 8-fold difference in fish sizes of early- and post-settlement juveniles… CONTINUE READING
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