Synchrony in larval yellow perch abundance: the influence of the Moran Effect during early life history

@article{Dembkowski2016SynchronyIL,
  title={Synchrony in larval yellow perch abundance: the influence of the Moran Effect during early life history},
  author={Daniel J. Dembkowski and D. Willis and Melissa R. Wuellner},
  journal={Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences},
  year={2016},
  volume={73},
  pages={1567-1574}
}
Recruitment may vary substantially in fish populations, which can drive not only adult population characteristics but also the dynamics of fishes dependent on the species of interest and recreational fisheries for these species. However, spatiotemporal trends in population fluctuations and potential drivers of recruitment variability are poorly understood. Therefore, we used a long-term (2000–2014) data set to estimate the extent of spatial synchrony in larval abundance and factors influencing… Expand
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