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A revision of daily egg production estimation methods, with application to Atlanto-Iberian sardine. 2. Spatially and environmentally explicit estimates of egg production


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Bernal, M., Stratoudakis, Y., Wood, S., Ibaibarriaga, L., Valdes, L. and Borchers, D., 2011. A revision of daily egg production estimation methods, with application to Atlanto-Iberian sardine. 2. Spatially and environmentally explicit estimates of egg production. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 68 (3), pp. 528-536.

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Abstract

A spatially and environmentally explicit egg production model is developed to accommodate a number of assumptions about the relationship between egg production and mortality and associated environmental variables. The general model was tested under different assumptions for Atlanto-Iberian sardine. It provides a flexible estimator of egg production, in which a range of assumptions and hypotheses can be tested in a structured manner within a well-defined statistical framework. Application of the model to Atlanto-Iberian sardine increased the precision of the egg production time-series, and allowed improvements to be made in understanding the spatio-temporal variability in egg production, as well as implications for ecology and stock assessment.

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Item Type Articles
CreatorsBernal, M., Stratoudakis, Y., Wood, S., Ibaibarriaga, L., Valdes, L. and Borchers, D.
DOI10.1093/icesjms/fsr002
DepartmentsFaculty of Science > Mathematical Sciences
RefereedYes
StatusPublished
ID Code23065

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