Linking Life History Theory , Environmental Setting , and Individual-Based Modeling to Compare Responses of Different Fish Species to Environmental Change

@inproceedings{Winkle2004LinkingLH,
  title={Linking Life History Theory , Environmental Setting , and Individual-Based Modeling to Compare Responses of Different Fish Species to Environmental Change},
  author={Webster Van Winkle and KENNETH and Adam Rose and Kirk and O. WINEMILLER and Donald and Lisa M DeAngelis and W. SIGURD and Christensen and Brian J Shuter},
  year={2004}
}
We link life history theory, environmental setting, and individual-based modeling to compare the responses of two fish species to environmental change. Life history theory provides the framework for selecting representative species, and in combination with information on important environmental characteristics, it provides the framework for predicting the results of model simulations. Individual-based modeling offers a promising tool for integrating and extrapolating our mechanistic… CONTINUE READING
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