An alternative two mixing stock hypothesis for South African sardine
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University of Cape Town
The results of the two mixing stock hypothesis for South African sardine presented in de Moor and Butterworth (2016) assumed recruitment to each coastal management unit was dependent only on the spawner biomass (SSB) of that coastal management unit. In this document some contribution from the south coast SSB to the effective west coast SSB is considered as an alternative two mixing stock hypothesis.
de Moor, C.L. 2016. An alternative two mixing stock hypothesis for South African sardine. DAFF Branch Fisheries document. FISHERIES/2016/OCT/SWG-PEL/45: 6pp.