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Detecting fisheries-induced life-history evolution an overview of the reaction-norm approach


, : Detecting fisheries-induced life-history evolution an overview of the reaction-norm approach. Bulletin Of: 1, 69-93

Life-history theory unequivocally suggests that fishing acts as a powerful driver of life-history evolution in exploited fish populations. Because life-history traits are closely linked to the dynamics and productivity of fish populations, understanding and documenting the extent to which this expectation is borne out in reality is both scientifically and practically important.

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