MEPS 335:249-251 (2007)  -  doi:10.3354/meps335249

Disentangling the causes of maturation trends in exploited fish populations

C. Tara Marshall1,*, Howard I. Browman2

1School of Biological Sciences, University of Aberdeen, Tillydrone Avenue, Aberdeen AB24 2TZ, UK
2Institute of Marine Research, Austevoll Research Station, 5392 Storebø, Norway
*Email: c.t.marshall@abdn.ac.uk

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Marshall CT, Browman HI
Introduction
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Dieckmann U, Heino M
REVIEW: Probabilistic maturation reaction norms: their history, strengths, and limitations
MEPS 335:253-269

Law R
Fisheries-induced evolution: present status and future directions
MEPS 335:271-277

Wright PJ
Understanding the maturation process for field investigations of fisheries-induced evolution
MEPS 335:279-283

Thorpe JE
Maturation responses of salmonids to changing developmental opportunities
MEPS 335:285-288

Morita K, Fukuwaka M
Why age and size at maturity have changed in Pacific salmon
MEPS 335:289-294

Kraak SBM
Does the probabilistic maturation reaction norm approach disentangle phenotypic plasticity from genetic change?
MEPS 335:295-300

Marshall CT, McAdam BJ
Integrated perspectives on genetic and environmental effects on maturation can reduce potential for errors of inference
MEPS 335:301-310


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