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On the Probable Distribution of Stock-Recruitment Resilience of Pacific Saury (Cololabis saira) in the Northwest Pacific Ocean

April 02, 2024

Our numerical simulation approach provides an analytical tool for calculating the steepness distribution in other pelagic fish influenced by increases in sea surface temperature due to global warming.

Determining how resilient a stock-recruitment relationship is to environmental variation is crucial for fisheries management. Steepness is a key factor characterizing the resilience of a fish stock and, hence, for establishing management reference points. This study estimates the distribution of steepness for Pacific saury using a simulation approach based on evolutionary ecology and reproductive biology, and how it changes in response to environmental change. 

Hsu, J, Chang Y, Brodziak J, Kai M, Punt AE 2024. On the probable distribution of stock-recruitment resilience of Pacific saury (Cololabis saira) in the Northwest Pacific Ocean Journal of Marine Science, 2024;, fsae030.

Last updated by Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center on 04/11/2024