Identifying recruitment bottlenecks in the early life history of Western Baltic herring (Clupea harengus, L.) : ICES CM H:45
Identifying general dynamics and size ranges of larval broodwaves is a valuable baseline for mechanistic research on herring recruitment variability in shallow inshore retention areas. Locating key stone life history stages such as egg survival/development and larval survival/growth, where most of the pre-recruitment mortality takes place significantly contributes by investigating stressors and drivers of herring recruitment in inshore retention areas.
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