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Overfishing or environmental change: Establishing the frequency of changes in productivity of marine fish stocks

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Title Overfishing or environmental change: Establishing the frequency of changes in productivity of marine fish stocks
Creator VERT-PRE, Katyana Aurore Angie
Subject Environmental change; Fishing; Fish production; Productivity Regime; Recruitment Agriculture Fisheries and aquatic sciences fisheries
Description The relative importance of environmental conditions and stock abundance in determining the productivity of fish stocks has been a subject of an on-going debate. The controversy can be formulated as four competing hypotheses: 1) productivity is driven by fishing pressure, which affects abundance, subsequent recruitment; 2) productivity is regime-driven, with periods of good and bad productivity unrelated to abundance; 3) productivity is random from year to year and unrelated to abundance and... Thesis (Master's)--University of Washington, 2013
Contributor Hilborn, Ray
Date 2013-07-25T17:51:52Z 2013-07-25T17:51:52Z 2013-07-25 2013
Type Thesis
Format application/pdf
Identifier VERTPRE_washington_0250O_11765.pdf http://hdl.handle.net/1773/23491
Language en_US

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