Resiliency of Gadid Stocks to Fishing and Climate Change

Resiliency of Gadid Stocks to Fishing and Climate Change

G.H. Kruse, K. Drinkwater, J.N. Ianelli, J.S. Link, D.L. Stram, V. Wespestad, and D. Woodby (editors)

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The peer-reviewed articles in this book shed light on the intertwined effects of fishing pressure and climate on the largest fisheries in the Northern Hemisphere. Papers on cod, haddock, and pollock emphasize that healthier fish stocks in Alaska are associated with more conservative catch limits there than in Atlantic Canada, the northeastern U.S., and Europe. In all regions, climate variability plays an important role in gadid stocks and fisheries. Read about Atlantic cod rebuilding and fecundity off Canada, walleye pollock schooling and feeding, shrinking haddock, and recruitment to the fishery. This symposium proceedings is a must-have for scientists studying fisheries management and climate-driven changes in groundfish fisheries worldwide.

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Title/Authors DOI
Classification of ovarian stages of walleye pollock (Theragra chalcogramma) J.P. Stahl and G.H. Kruse 10.4027/rgsfcc.2008.01
Fluctuations of northeast Arctic cod catches: A review of possible sources O. Nakken 10.4027/rgsfcc.2008.02
Decline and recovery of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) stocks throughout the North Atlantic G.R. Lilly et al. 10.4027/rgsfcc.2008.03
The decline, recovery, and collapse of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) off Labrador and eastern Newfoundland G.R. Lilly 10.4027/rgsfcc.2008.04
Fishery and environmental aspects relevant for the emergence and decline of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) in west Greenland waters H. Hovgård and K. Wieland 10.4027/rgsfcc.2008.05
Size-at-age in haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus): Application of the growing degree-day (GDD) metric A.B. Neuheimer, C.T. Taggart, and K.T. Frank 10.4027/rgsfcc.2008.06
Using acoustics to evaluate the effect of fishing on school characteristics of walleye pollock H. Shen, T.J. Quinn II, V. Wespestad, M.W. Dorn, and M. Kookesh 10.4027/rgsfcc.2008.07
The incredible shrinking Georges Bank haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus) J.K.T. Brodziak and J.S. Link 10.4027/rgsfcc.2008.08
Estimation of age-specific migration in an age-structured model S.E. Miller, T.J. Quinn II, and J.N. Ianelli 10.4027/rgsfcc.2008.09
Changes in fecundity in a stressed population: Northern cod (Gadus morhua) off Newfoundland S.B. Fudge and G.A. Rose 10.4027/rgsfcc.2008.10
Rebuilding Atlantic cod: Lessons from a spawning ground in coastal Newfoundland G.A. Rose et al. 10.4027/rgsfcc.2008.11
Disentangling the effect of adult biomass and temperature on the recruitment dynamics of fishes M. Cardinale, J. Hjelm, and M. Casini 10.4027/rgsfcc.2008.12
Temperature effects on recovery of Pacific cod following exhaustive exercise S.K. Hanna, A.H. Haukenes, R.J. Foy, and C.L. Buck 10.4027/rgsfcc.2008.13
Ontogenetic, temporal, and spatial variation of feeding niche in an unexploited population of walleye pollock (Theragra chalcogramma) T.C. Kline Jr. 10.4027/rgsfcc.2008.14
Juvenile walleye pollock aggregation structure in the Gulf of Alaska S.C. Stienessen and C.D. Wilson 10.4027/rgsfcc.2008.15
Walleye pollock as predator and prey in the Prince William Sound ecosystem R.E. Thorne 10.4027/rgsfcc.2008.16
Variation in the trophic level of Pacific cod with changes in size and season D. Urban and I. Vining 10.4027/rgsfcc.2008.17
The management strategy evaluation approach and the fishery for walleye pollock in the Gulf of Alaska Z.T. A'mar, A.E. Punt, and M.W. Dorn 10.4027/rgsfcc.2008.18

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