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SGSPATIAL - Report of the Study Group on Spatiaol Analysis for the Baltic Sea (SGSPATIAL)
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The ICES Study Group on Spatial Analyses for the Baltic Sea (SGSPATIAL) met in Gothenburg, Sweden, 4–6 November 2014, co-chaired by Michele Casini, Sweden, and Stefan Neuenfeldt, Denmark, with 11 participants and 5 countries represented. The objectives of SGSPATIAL 2014 were to i) analyse spatially the data from the recent stomach collection EU tender, focusing on the spatial differences in cod stomach con-tent and cod condition, with related potential explanations; ii) provide ideas about ap-proaches to be used to study pelagic school characteristics; iii) update the spatial indicators suggested in SGSPATIAL 2012 and 2013.
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