Environmental noise affects the fluctuations of Atlantic large pelagics

  title={Environmental noise affects the fluctuations of Atlantic large pelagics},
  author={Tristan Rouyer and J. R. Fromentin and Nils Chr. Stenseth},
Environmental variables affect many processes of fish biology and their fluctuations are thought to be one of the main factors in variability of fish stocks. Recent work has shown that the variability of the environment in the frequency domain (i.e., the environmental noise) can interact with endogenous processes (e.g., density dependence) and affect fluctuations of animal populations. In this study, we investigate whether fluctuations of large pelagics’ time series are affected by… CONTINUE READING

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