Modelling the growth of crustacean species

@article{Chang2011ModellingTG,
  title={Modelling the growth of crustacean species},
  author={Yi-Jay Chang and Chi-Lu Sun and Yong Chen and Su-Zan Yeh},
  journal={Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries},
  year={2011},
  volume={22},
  pages={157-187}
}
Crustaceans play an important role in marine ecosystem and worldwide fisheries. Accurate and quantitative description of growth is crucial in modelling the demographics and fisheries stock assessment. The stepwise growth as a result of the moulting process and the lack of permanent calcified structures make the traditional approaches developed for finfish inappropriate for crustaceans. This study reviews the data collection, quantitative methods and various sources of uncertainty for modelling… CONTINUE READING
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