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Our simulation and empirical data provide strong evidence that data on food habits should be modeled using spatial approaches and not treated as spatially independent. Essington, a Eric J.
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The demersal fish fauna in the area was divided into three ecologically distinct communities: Tropical Sciaenid. Journal of Fish Biologydoi/jfb When the dredging year is compared with year before it was detected that fish composition and total mean density showed significant differences between years (Table II and.
5/2/ · We present a novel spatially explicit kernel density approach to estimate the proportional contribution of a prey to a predator’s diet by mass. First, we compared the spatial estimator to a traditional cluster-based approach using a Monte Carlo simulation study.
Next, we compared the diet composition of three predators from Pamlico Sound, North Carolina, to evaluate how ignoring spatial Cited by: 1.
Long‐term fish community surveys were carried out in the Michigan waters of Lake Huron using bottom trawls from to Trends in abundance indices for common species (those caught in 10% or more of trawl tows) were estimated for two periods: Early (‐) and late (‐).Cited by: Based on trait and fish community composition data, we assessed functional redundancy of the Barents Sea fish community for the period –, a period during which this northern region was characterized by rapidly warming water masses and declining sea ice robadarocker.com: Magnus Aune, Michaela M.
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