Spawner-recruit relationships and fish stock carrying capacity in aquatic ecosystems

@inproceedings{MacKenzie2003SpawnerrecruitRA,
  title={Spawner-recruit relationships and fish stock carrying capacity in aquatic ecosystems},
  author={Brian R MacKenzie and Ransom A. Myers and Keith G. Bowen},
  year={2003}
}
Few marine ecologists have addressed important questions about the relative productivity and carrying capacity of different ecosystems required to support fish populations. Whereas many researchers have investigated interannual variability in recruitment within a stock, we asked whether relationships between spawner abundance and subsequent recruitment are similar among populations (n = 3 to 20) of the same species, and among species (n = 14). We found that a large and significant amount of the… CONTINUE READING

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