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Offline Anders L Madsen

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Coastal Fish Production in the Northern Baltic Sea
« on: April 17, 2012, 08:48:48 »
Environmental conditions play a crucial role in the distribution and abundance of fish species in any area, but the relative importance of various environmental factors is very difficult to determine. The coastline of Finland in the northern Baltic Sea offers a unique natural experimental setting that can be used to assess the relative importance of various environmental factors for the species occupying it. The area includes major variations in several crucial environmental factors: salinity, temperature regime, represented by winter ice duration, coastline characteristics, and eutrophic status.

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