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Coming up 15 September: Coll.4 journal club: The importance of the timescale of the fitness metric for estimates of selection on phenotypic traits during a period of demographic change

This Friday, September 15th, we're discussing a paper by Scranton et al. (2016): "The importance of the timescale of the fitness metric for estimates of selection on phenotypic traits during a period of demographic change".

 

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  • durant-2017-barents-stock-fig1 Harvesting, climate and population structure of harvested stocks in the Barents Sea Aug. 22, 2017

    Since Hjort in 1914 it is accepted that recruitment variation is a major source of variability in the biomass of adult fish. In a recent study published in Marine Ecology Progress Series (Durant & Hjermann 2017) we investigated how external forcing and age structure alter the effect of the year-to-year recruitment variability on population growth for some key fish species which occupy different trophic levels in an Arcto-boreal marine ecosystem.

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