Insight on population structure of the Chilean jack mackerel ( Trachurus murphyi )

@inproceedings{Gerlotto2012InsightOP,
  title={Insight on population structure of the Chilean jack mackerel ( Trachurus murphyi )},
  author={François Gerlotto and M. Jose Moran Gutierrez and Arnaud Bertrand},
  year={2012}
}
The Chilean Jack Mackerel (Trachurus murphyi, Nichols), is one of the most important fish exploited population in the world. Its area of distribution covers the sub-tropical waters of the South Pacific Ocean, from South America up to New Zealand and even Australia. It is subject to strong variation in its biomass, with world catches varying from less than 0.5 to almost 5 millions of tonnes. Its management requires a correct understanding of the population structure. Although several hypotheses… CONTINUE READING

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