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Re: Fish model help again


"Jeffrey A. Tyler" <[log in to unmask]>


Academic forum on fisheries ecology and related topics <[log in to unmask]>


Mon, 14 Apr 1997 09:06:55 -0400





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        Don't exactly know what you're looking for, but you should check
out the so-called "wisconsin model" for fish growth information. The
manual "Fish Bioenergetics Model 2" by Steve Hewett and Barry Johnson
does a good job of summarizing current modeling on fish growth issues.
The publication is put out by Wisconsin Sea Grant and to get a copy for a
nominal fee (< $20) you can contact them. The phone number in the issue
that I have is 608/263-3259. Address: UW Sea Grant Communications
Office 1800 Univ. Ave. Madison WI 53705-4094.


On Thu, 10 Apr 1997, Jon Eynon wrote:

> Hello again,
> Thanks for your comments about model building in fisheries science. I am in
> the midst of building a smaller model on fish growth and need some help. I
> know that many of you specialize in a certain fish type. I would like to
> know if any of you could share some basic, most up to date info concerning
> your fish of specialty. I am looking for info on growth rates, fecundity,
> egg survival rates, predation, food habits, certain chemical or biological
> factors that effect the species etc... I am not in a position to easily
> access journal papers.
> As of now I am using Fishes of Wisconsin as a guide to these basic growth
> models but am looking for something more recent or detailed. It can be any
> kind of fish.
> Thanks in advance for any help that I am given and I will keep you up to
> date on what I do with your data. Maybe when I have this mini-model up and
> running, I can ask you about the realism of its results since you have seen
> first hand the fish out in the wild?
> Jon Eynon
> Jon Eynon
> Graduate Student
> [log in to unmask]

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