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Recruitment synchrony of yellow perch (<i>Perca flavescens</i>, Percidae) in the Great Lakes region, 1966–2008

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Andrew E. Honsey, David B. Bunnell, Cary D. Troy, David G. Fielder, Michael V. Thomas, Carey T. Knight, Stephen Chong, and Tomas O. Hook, 2016, Recruitment synchrony of yellow perch (<i>Perca flavescens</i>, Percidae) in the Great Lakes region, 1966–2008: Fisheries Research, v. 181.

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Population-level reproductive success (recruitment) of many fish populations is characterized by high inter-annual variation and related to annual variation in key environmental factors (e.g., climate). When such environmental factors are annually correlated across broad spatial scales, spatially separated populations may display recruitment synchrony (i.e., the Moran effect). We investigated inter-annual (1966–2008) variation in yellow perch (Perca flavescens, Percidae) recruitment using 16 datasets describing populations located in four of the five Laurentian Great Lakes (Erie, Huron, Michigan, and Ontario) and Lake St. Clair. We indexed relative year class strength using catch-curve residuals for each year-class across 2–4 years [...]

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doi http://www.loc.gov/standards/mods/mods-outline-3-5.html#identifier doi:10.1016/j.fishres.2016.04.021
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