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Urgent: Request for 2 senior peer-reviewers


Aldo-Pier Solari <[log in to unmask]>


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


Mon, 2 Jun 1997 14:04:43 GMT





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This is a request for 2 senior peer-reviewers (referees) for a
paper we've, recently, submitted to a research journal. It
appears it is difficult to find senior peer-reviewers which may
evaluate field such as population dynamics (cod)/Baltic
Sea/Sea Surface Temperature+surface vessel CTD data combined to a
non-linear stock-recruitment approach. Hence, the referee issue
is becoming quite critical to our work.

Running head and key words are shown below [1]. Those interested
may contact me on the back-channel and I may send over the
Abstract for more details. Otherwise, I will suggest to the
Editor as peer-reviewers those of you who'd like to take a look
on our paper and are internationally known scientists. Thank you.

    Aldo-P. Solari.

[Running head] 'The Stock-Recruitment System in Baltic cod
(_Gadus morhua_): Field data and a satellite-subsurface

KEY WORDS. Baltic cod, stock and recruitment, dynamic system,
satellite, Optimum Interpolated Sea Surface Temperature (OI SST),
bulk temperature, oxygen, salinity, fishery subarea 25, delay,
dependence, variable carrying capacity, multiple equilibria.

The stock and recruitment (SR) relationship in Baltic cod is
investigated in light of the field data and a new non-linear

Aldo-Pier Solari, Fish. Res. Gr., ULP <[log in to unmask]>
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