Estimating Growth Patterns in Highly Exploited Fishes

New CFRP publication led by graduate student Derek Bolser. This study reminds researchers about the influence of sampling methodology on estimates of growth patterns in exploited fishes, and more specifically, how insufficient sampling of young and old fishes can produce biased results that impact fisheries assessments. This project was completed in collaboration with the Gulf of California Marine Program.  Support for the project was provided by the Walton Family Foundation, WWF Mexico, and EDF Mexico.  Congrats Derek!

Check out the paper HERE

  • Date December 30, 2018
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