The Role of the Optimal Diet Predator in Multispecies Fishery Assessment
Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (volume 20)
This paper asks whether detailed knowledge of the optimal diet selection behaviour of a predator would be likely to assist in making an assessment of a commercial fishery.
KeywordsFishing Mortality Prey Selection Stock Biomass Recruitment Curve Spawn Stock Biomass
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