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Report of the Workshop on Combining Climatic Scenarios and Medium-Term Predictions for Baltic Herring and Sprat stocks (WKCSMPB)
reportposted on 2009-01-01, 00:00 authored by ICESICES
The direct and indirect effects of density dependence (i.e. parental stock effects) and climate‐induced hydrographic change on five different Baltic herring stocks and on Baltic sprat, investigated by WKHRPB and WKSSRB (ICES 2007b and 2008) to de‐velop stock specific recruitment‐environment relationships, were revisited and up‐dated. The predictors to be included in the final recruitment models were selected on the basis of the parsimonious principle, statistical significance of the predictors and the ecological criterion being fulfilled simultaneously (Cardinale et al. 2009).
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