While aquatic food resources and fisheries-induced evolution are at the focus of this research, analogous challenges and solutions apply to any food-production system relying on self-renewing animal or plant populations:
Figure 1. Trends in maturation have been studied in many marine and freshwater fish stocks based on extensive data sets that typically extend over many decades. Most stocks show trends indicative of fisheries-induced evolution (FIE) (blue), while others are ambiguous (red) or do not show such trends (green) .
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