Evolutionary individual-based model for the recruitment of anchovy ( Engraulis capensis ) in the southern Benguela

@inproceedings{Mullon2002EvolutionaryIM,
  title={Evolutionary individual-based model for the recruitment of anchovy ( Engraulis capensis ) in the southern Benguela},
  author={Christian Mullon and Philippe Cury and Pierrick Penven},
  year={2002}
}
Evolutionary simulations are developed to explore environmental constraints that select observed spatial and temporal spawning patterns for anchovy (Engraulis capensis) in the southern Benguela. They couple a realistic threedimensional hydrodynamic model with an individual-based model in which an evolutionary-based reproductive strategy for adult fish and a passive transport for early life stages are implemented. The evolutionary success of spawning is quantified when patterns at the population… CONTINUE READING
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