Reproductive Potential Can Predict Recruitment Rates in Abalone Author ( s ) :

@inproceedings{Leo2013ReproductivePC,
  title={Reproductive Potential Can Predict Recruitment Rates in Abalone Author ( s ) :},
  author={Giulio A. De Leo and Ashley P. Greenley and L. V{\'a}zquez and Andrea S{\'a}enz-Arroyo and JOSE ANTONIO ESPINOZA MONTES and Fiorenza Micheli},
  year={2013}
}
In many marine invertebrates, the relationship between egg production and/or number of competent larvae and subsequent recruitment is often unknown. Estimating such relationship is critical for informing the management and conservation of exploited species because it determines a natural population s response to exploitation. In the current study, recruitment rates of abaloneHaliotis fulgens andHaliotis corrugata were recorded by means of postlarval collectors inside and outside 2 marine… CONTINUE READING
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