Session 1: Early life history stages of fish : From egg to juveniles: Advances and novel applications to study the early life history stages of fishes

Tiedemann, Maik GND; Bils, Franziska

Events in the early life of fishes are critical to the fluctuations of fish populations in marine environments. Therefore, research on ichthyoplankton and juveniles of fishes essentially contribute to the understanding of recruitment processes. This is especially important for regions under high anthropogenic pressure to maintain sustainable fisheries and ecosystem conservation. This theme session provides a venue for discussing advances and novel applications in the study on early life history stages of fishes from all „Seven Seas“ with highlighting ecological relevance regarding: climatevariability, foodsecurity, dispersal and population connectivity.

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Tiedemann, Maik / Bils, Franziska: Session 1: Early life history stages of fish : From egg to juveniles: Advances and novel applications to study the early life history stages of fishes. 2016.

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