Impaired Recovery of Atlantic Cod: Forage Fish or Other Factors?

ScienceDaily (Apr. 30, 2012) – In a rapid communication just published in the Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, biologist Douglas Swain of the Gulf Fisheries Centre and Robert Mohn, emeritus scientist, at the Bedford Institute of Oceanography present findings that suggest the delay in recovery of Atlantic cod on the eastern Scotian Shelf could be attributed to increased predation by grey seals or other governing factors and not the effect of forage fish as previously thought.

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Impaired Recovery of Atlantic Cod: Forage Fish or Other Factors?