Length, age and estimated back-calculated length of pike (Esox lucius) in relation to water temperature from Lake Mälaren and the Swedish Baltic Sea archipelago 1963-2019 - Estimated backcalculated body growth of pike (Esox lucius) from environmental monitoring and commercial catches.
SND-ID: 2021-280-1. Version: 1. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5878/b9rd-6b38
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Örjan Östman - Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Aquatic resources
Terese Berggren - Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Aquatic resources
Göran Sundblad - Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Aquatic resources
Ulf Bergström - Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Aquatic resources
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences - Aquatic resources
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Length and age of pike from monitoring and commercial fisheries. Data include estimated length at age of individuals from backcalculations of wingbones.
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Time period(s) investigated
1963 – 2019
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This study has used existing samples from a scientific collection or biobank
Scientific collection or biobank name: Vävnad för åldersanalys på fisk (Databas Oden, SLU Akvatiska resurser)
Type(s) of sample: Wingbones from pike (Esox lucius)
- Description of the mode of collection: Aga determination and backcalculation of length at age from the wingbone of pikes collected from commercial fisheries during spawning.
- Time period(s) for data collection: 1963 – 2019
- Temporal resolution: 1 year
Berggren, T., Sundblad, G., Bergström, U., Östman, Ö. 2022. Warmer water increases early body growth of northern pike (Esox lucius), but mortality has larger impact on decreasing body sizes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science, 79(5):771-781.
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