cohort rates


Dictionary of sociology. 2013.

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  • mortality rates — are critical for determining the abundance of fish populations and the effects of harvesting strategies on yield and spawning potential from a stock. Fish abundance is a balance between the factors that act to increase the stock (births) and… …   Fisheries — dictionary

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