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Subject:

Reference. Prim.Poduction - individual growth

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Eyðfinn Magnussen <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 26 May 2005 16:13:41 +0100

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Primary Productions influence on individual growth

Dear fish ecologist

I looking for references, which confirm that individual growth of fish is higher in areas (ecosystems) with a high primary production.

Can somebody out there give me some references on this?



The ecosystems intended, are upwelling areas ore seamounts. This ecosystems area characterised with a high primary production which result in a high biomasses of fish stocks.

Using common sense, individual growth of fish should also be better in this ecosystems. Even tried, it has not been possible for me to find a reference, confirm this hypothesis.

Hope you can help my


Regard

Ey­finn Magnussen
Fish ecologist.
University of the Faroe Iceland


Eydfinn Magnussen Tel. +298 352 559
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Faroe Islands

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