Evidence of age-class truncation in some exploited marine fish populations in New South Wales, Australia

Elsevier Science Bv
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Fisheries Research, 2011, 108 (1), pp. 209 - 213
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Exploited reef-associated species in south-eastern Australia have evolved life-history strategies to ensure population persistence through periods that are unsuitable for recruitment. They are characterized by considerable potential longevity (20-50 year
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