Foraging performance of juvenile Atlantic cod Gadus morhua and profitability of coastal habitats

@inproceedings{Persson2012ForagingPO,
  title={Foraging performance of juvenile Atlantic cod Gadus morhua and profitability of coastal habitats},
  author={Anders Persson and Peter Ljungberg and Magnus C. Andersson and Elin G{\"o}tzman and Per Anders Nilsson},
  year={2012}
}
Overfishing and eutrophication affects coastal communities worldwide, leading to dwindling fish stocks and deteriorated habitats. Hence, attempts to rebuild overfished stocks to past fish productivities need to account for functional relations between habitat types and fish performance. Here we quantified resource availability, foraging performance, and anti-predator behavior of juvenile Atlantic cod Gadus morhua (hereafter ‘cod’) to assess the costs and benefits associated with different… CONTINUE READING

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