Synchronous combined effects of fishing and climate within a demersal communityOxford Journals | 20 Feb 2013
Accumulating evidence shows that fishing exploitation and environmental variables can synergistically affect the population dynamics of exploited populations. Here, we document an interaction between fishing impact and climate variability that triggered a synchronic response in the population fluctuations of six exploited species in the Mediterranean from 1965–2008.
Demersal fish biodiversity: species-level indicators and trends-based targets for the Marine Strateg...Oxford Journals | 12 Oct 2012
The maintenance of biodiversity is a fundamental theme of the Marine Strategy Framework Directive. Appropriate indicators to monitor change in biodiversity, along with associated targets representing "good environmental status" (GES), are required to be in place by July 2012. A method for selecting species-specific metrics to fulfil various specified indicator roles is proposed for demersal fish communities.
Is juvenile anchovy a feeding resource for the demersal community in the Bay of Biscay? On the avail...Oxford Journals | 21 Aug 2012
López-López, L., Preciado, I., Villamor, B., Velasco, F., Iglesias, M., Nogueira, E. Gutierrez-Zabala, J. L., and Olaso, I. 2012. Is juvenile anchovy a feeding resource for the demersal community in the Bay of Biscay? On the availability of pelagic prey to demersal predators. – ICES Journal of Marine Science, 69:.
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