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- Oken, Kiva L., et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Environmental monitoring and assessment 2018 v.190 no.9 pp. 530
- fish; fish communities; fisheries; humans; life history; models; monitoring; oil spills; salinity; shellfish; temperature; turbidity; Gulf of Mexico; Louisiana
- ... Quantifying the impacts of disturbances such as oil spills on marine species can be challenging. Natural environmental variability, human responses to the disturbance (e.g., fisheries closures), the complex life histories of the species being monitored, and limited pre-spill data can make detection of effects of oil spills difficult. Using long-term monitoring data from the state of Louisiana (USA ...
- Oken, Kiva L., et al. Show all 3 Authors
- The journal of animal ecology 2015 v.84 no.1 pp. 60-70
- age structure; biomass; fish; food webs; life history; models; mortality; ontogeny; population dynamics; predation; predators; time series analysis
- ... The potential of predation to structure marine food webs is widely acknowledged. However, available tools to detect the regulation of prey population dynamics by predation are limited, partly because available population data often aggregate a population's age structure into a single biomass or abundance metric. Additionally, many food webs are relatively complex, with prey species subject to diff ...