seasonal fishing mortality rate

seasonal fishing mortality rate
conditional fishing mortality rate (the fraction of an initial stock which would be caught during the year (or season) if no other causes of mortality operated (Ricker, 1975). Also called annual mortality rate. Abbreviated as m)

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  • N — number of fish studied; n is often used the letter represents a wriggling eel and in Phoenician and Hebrew is called nun (a fish) 1) annual mortality rate (the ratio between the number of fish which die during a year from causes other than… …   Dictionary of ichthyology

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