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Why Stocks Go Up and Down, 4E
Baltic Sea populations of the northern pike Esox lucius have declined since the s, and they face additional challenges due to ongoing climate change. Pike in the Baltic Sea spawn either in coastal bays or in freshwater streams and wetlands. Due to natal homing, sub-populations appear to be locally adapted to their freshwater recruitment environments. Management actions should therefore not involve mixing of individuals originating from different sub-populations. We offer two suggestions complying with this advice: i productivity of extant freshwater spawning populations can be boosted by modifying wetlands such that they promote spawning and recruitment; and ii new sub-populations that spawn in brackish water can potentially be created by transferring fry and imprinting them on seemingly suitable spawning environments. However, since the s, there has been a continuous deterioration of the Baltic Sea ecosystem due to anthropogenic activities as overfishing, eutrophication, coastal exploitation, and global climate change Elmgren
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Why stocks go up (and down)
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