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Seabird diets as bioindicators of Atlantic herring recruitment and stock size: a new tool for ecosystem-based fisheries management

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TN_cdi_gale_infotraccpiq_547869212

Seabird diets as bioindicators of Atlantic herring recruitment and stock size: a new tool for ecosystem-based fisheries management

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Seabird diets as bioindicators of Atlantic herring recruitment and stock size: a new tool for ecosystem-based fisheries management

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Seabird diets as bioindicators of Atlantic herring recruitment and stock size: a new tool for ecosystem-based fisheries management

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Ottawa: NRC Research Press

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Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences, 2018, Vol.75 (8), p.1215-1229

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TN_cdi_gale_infotraccpiq_547869212

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English

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Ottawa: NRC Research Press

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Ecosystem-based fishery management requires understanding of relationships between exploited fish and their predators, such as seabirds. We used exploratory regression analyses to model relationships between Atlantic herring (Clupea harengus) in the diet of seabird chicks at nine nesting colonies in the Gulf of Maine and four types of fishery- and...

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Seabird diets as bioindicators of Atlantic herring recruitment and stock size: a new tool for ecosystem-based fisheries management

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TN_cdi_gale_infotraccpiq_547869212

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0706-652X

E-ISSN

1205-7533

DOI

10.1139/cjfas-2017-0140

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