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Early Life History and Recruitment in Fish Populations

Author: R Christopher Chambers; Edward A Trippel
Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1997.
Series: Fish and fisheries series, 21.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Bibliographic data : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Many of the processes influencing recruitment to an adult fish population or entry into a fishery occur very early in life. The variations in life histories and behaviours of young fish and the selective processes operating on this variation ultimately determine the identities and abundance of survivors. <br/> This important volume brings together contributions from many of the world's leading researchers from  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
Material Type: Bibliographic data, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: R Christopher Chambers; Edward A Trippel
ISBN: 9789400914391 9400914393 9789401071444 9401071446
OCLC Number: 840304526
Description: 1 online resource (632 pages).
Contents: 1 Prologue. Recruitment in fish populations: the paradigm shift generated by ICES Committee A --
1.1 Introduction --
1.2 The naming of ICES Committee A --
1.3 The scope of work undertaken by Committee A --
1.4 The groundfish egg and larval studies of Committee A --
1.5 Hjort's new paradigm --
1.6 Summary of importance of early life history studies on the paradigm shift --
1.7 Influence of Hjort on recruitment studies between 1914 and 1930 --
1.8 The Canadian Fisheries Expedition --
1.9 Conclusions --
Acknowledgements --
References --
One Parent-Progeny Relationships --
2 Effects of adult age and size structure on reproductive output in marine fishes --
3 Environmental influences on egg and propagule sizes in marine fishes --
4 Regulation of energy acquisition and allocation to respiration, growth and reproduction: simulation model and example using rainbow trout --
5 Life history responses to environmental variability in early life --
Two Selective Processes in the Early Life History --
6 Patterns and consequences of selective processes in teleost early life histories --
7 The use of field studies to investigate selective processes in fish early life history --
8 Ontogeny, growth and the recruitment process --
9 Ontogeny of cannibalism in larval and juvenile fishes with special emphasis on Atlantic cod --
10 Size-selective predation on juvenile North Sea flatfish and possible implications for recruitment --
11 Natural selection and the evolution of growth rate in the early life history: what are the trade-offs? --
12 Predation on juvenile fishes: dynamic interactions between size-structured predators and prey --
13 Size-based foraging success and vulnerability to predation: selection of survivors in individual-based models of larval fish populations --
Three Contribution of Early Life History Studies to our Understanding of Recruitment --
14 Compensatory responses to decreased young-of-the-year survival: an individual-based modelling analysis of winter flounder --
15 Relationships between early life history traits and recruitment among coral reef fishes --
16 Recruitment variation in fish populations assessed using meta-analysis --
17 Interannual variability in stage-specific survival rates and the causes of recruitment variation --
18 The utility of early life history studies and the challenges of recruitment prediction --
Four Conclusions --
19 Early life history and recruitment: legacy and challenges --
20 Epilogue. The Three Cavaliers: a discussion from the golden age of Norwegian marine research --
Author index --
Location index --
Species index.
Series Title: Fish and fisheries series, 21.
Responsibility: edited by R. Christopher Chambers, Edward A. Trippel.

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