In Aberdeen, Scotland, in July 2000, aninternational symposium was held to presentresearch concerning the consequences of growthvariation for the ecology, evolution, andmanagement of salmonid fish. Presentationscovered important topics including linksbetween growth and mortality, interactionsbetween growth and life history, tradeoffsbetween growth and other fitness aspects, andevolutionary implications of growth variation. In addition, the symposium served as a showcaseof new approaches and technologies in salmonidresearch. In this review, I provide anoverview of the presentations, and summarizesome of the major emergent themes of thesymposium.
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 8, 2004
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