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Modelling the recruitment of European eel (Anguilla anguilla) throughout its European range

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Modelling the recruitment of European eel (Anguilla anguilla) throughout its European range. / Bornarel, Virginie; Lambert, Patrick; Briand, Cédric; Antunes, Carlos; Belpaire, Claude; Ciccotti, Eleonora; Diaz, Estibaliz ; Diserud, Ola ; Doherty, Denis ; Domingos, Isabel ; Evans, Derek ; de Graaf, Martin ; O’Leary, Ciara ; Pedersen, Michael ; Poole, Russell ; Walker, Alan ; Wickström, Hakan ; Beaulaton, Laurent ; Drouineau, Hilaire .

In: ICES Journal of Marine Science, 09.2017.

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Bornarel, V, Lambert, P, Briand, C, Antunes, C, Belpaire, C, Ciccotti, E, Diaz, E, Diserud, O, Doherty, D, Domingos, I, Evans, D, de Graaf, M, O’Leary, C, Pedersen, M, Poole, R, Walker, A, Wickström, H, Beaulaton, L & Drouineau, H 2017, 'Modelling the recruitment of European eel (Anguilla anguilla) throughout its European range', ICES Journal of Marine Science. https://doi.org/10.1093/icesjms/fsx180

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Bornarel, Virginie ; Lambert, Patrick ; Briand, Cédric ; Antunes, Carlos ; Belpaire, Claude ; Ciccotti, Eleonora ; Diaz, Estibaliz ; Diserud, Ola ; Doherty, Denis ; Domingos, Isabel ; Evans, Derek ; de Graaf, Martin ; O’Leary, Ciara ; Pedersen, Michael ; Poole, Russell ; Walker, Alan ; Wickström, Hakan ; Beaulaton, Laurent ; Drouineau, Hilaire . / Modelling the recruitment of European eel (Anguilla anguilla) throughout its European range. In: ICES Journal of Marine Science. 2017.

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title = "Modelling the recruitment of European eel (Anguilla anguilla) throughout its European range",
abstract = "European eel (Anguilla anguilla) recruitment has been declining at least since the early 1980s at the scale of its distribution area. Since the population is panmictic, its stock assessment should be carried out on a range-wide basis. However, assessing the overall stock during the continental phase remains difficult given its widespread distribution among heterogeneous and separate river catchments. Hence, it is currently considered by the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) more feasible to use glass eel recruitment data to assess the status of the overall population. In this study, we used Glass Eel Recruitment Estimation Model (GEREM) to estimate annual recruitment (i) at the river catchment level, a scale for which data are available, (ii) at an intermediate scale (6 European regions), and (iii) at a larger scale (Europe). This study provides an estimate of the glass eel recruitment trend through a single index, which gathers all recruitment time-series available at the European scale. Results confirmed an overall recruitment decline to dramatically low levels in 2009 (3.5{\%} of the 1960–1979 recruitment average) and highlighted a more pronounced decline in the North Sea area compared to elsewhere in Europe.",
author = "Virginie Bornarel and Patrick Lambert and C{\'e}dric Briand and Carlos Antunes and Claude Belpaire and Eleonora Ciccotti and Estibaliz Diaz and Ola Diserud and Denis Doherty and Isabel Domingos and Derek Evans and {de Graaf}, Martin and Ciara O’Leary and Michael Pedersen and Russell Poole and Alan Walker and Hakan Wickstr{\"o}m and Laurent Beaulaton and Hilaire Drouineau",
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AU - Ciccotti, Eleonora

AU - Diaz, Estibaliz

AU - Diserud, Ola

AU - Doherty, Denis

AU - Domingos, Isabel

AU - Evans, Derek

AU - de Graaf, Martin

AU - O’Leary, Ciara

AU - Pedersen, Michael

AU - Poole, Russell

AU - Walker, Alan

AU - Wickström, Hakan

AU - Beaulaton, Laurent

AU - Drouineau, Hilaire

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N2 - European eel (Anguilla anguilla) recruitment has been declining at least since the early 1980s at the scale of its distribution area. Since the population is panmictic, its stock assessment should be carried out on a range-wide basis. However, assessing the overall stock during the continental phase remains difficult given its widespread distribution among heterogeneous and separate river catchments. Hence, it is currently considered by the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) more feasible to use glass eel recruitment data to assess the status of the overall population. In this study, we used Glass Eel Recruitment Estimation Model (GEREM) to estimate annual recruitment (i) at the river catchment level, a scale for which data are available, (ii) at an intermediate scale (6 European regions), and (iii) at a larger scale (Europe). This study provides an estimate of the glass eel recruitment trend through a single index, which gathers all recruitment time-series available at the European scale. Results confirmed an overall recruitment decline to dramatically low levels in 2009 (3.5% of the 1960–1979 recruitment average) and highlighted a more pronounced decline in the North Sea area compared to elsewhere in Europe.

AB - European eel (Anguilla anguilla) recruitment has been declining at least since the early 1980s at the scale of its distribution area. Since the population is panmictic, its stock assessment should be carried out on a range-wide basis. However, assessing the overall stock during the continental phase remains difficult given its widespread distribution among heterogeneous and separate river catchments. Hence, it is currently considered by the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) more feasible to use glass eel recruitment data to assess the status of the overall population. In this study, we used Glass Eel Recruitment Estimation Model (GEREM) to estimate annual recruitment (i) at the river catchment level, a scale for which data are available, (ii) at an intermediate scale (6 European regions), and (iii) at a larger scale (Europe). This study provides an estimate of the glass eel recruitment trend through a single index, which gathers all recruitment time-series available at the European scale. Results confirmed an overall recruitment decline to dramatically low levels in 2009 (3.5% of the 1960–1979 recruitment average) and highlighted a more pronounced decline in the North Sea area compared to elsewhere in Europe.

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