Fish life history
Examining changes in fish life history across space and time
Fish population changes over time are inherently linked to their life history, for example, their growth, reproductive capacity, and death. Understanding how these components of a population change over space and time can produce more accurate estimates of the health of the population and how it will interact with its environment and fisheries. Our research focuses on addressing whether aspects of life history are chanigng over space and time and how this may being affecting their ability to withstand fishing pressure and environmental disturbances.