Environmental ‘loopholes’ and fish population dynamics: comparative pattern recognition with focus on El Niño effects in the Pacific

@inproceedings{Bakun2003EnvironmentalA,
  title={Environmental ‘loopholes’ and fish population dynamics: comparative pattern recognition with focus on El Ni{\~n}o effects in the Pacific},
  author={Andrew Bakun and Kenneth Broad},
  year={2003}
}
A process of comparative pattern recognition is undertaken for the purpose of garnering insights into the mechanisms underlying some currently puzzling conundrums in fishery resource ecology. These include (a) out-of-phase oscillations between anchovies and sardines, (b) the remarkable fish productivity of the Peru–Humboldt marine ecosystem, (c) sardine population increases in the eastern Pacific during El Ninos, (d) basin-wide synchronies in large-amplitude abundance variations, (e… CONTINUE READING

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