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  • n. Plural form of percid.


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  • Fisheries yields for such subarctic fish species (i.e., northern pike, lake whitefish, and walleye in eastern North America, and northern pike, European whitefish – Coregonus lavaretus, and percids in northern Europe) have been linked with species-specific (and perhaps region-specific) habitat optima [6].

    Impacts on arctic freshwater and anadromous fisheries

  • Increases in both abundance and size are very likely to have consequences for the competitiveness of resident coldwater-guild fishes if concomitant increases in lake productivity fail to yield sufficient ration to meet the needs of expanding populations of zander and other percids.

    Climate change effects on arctic freshwater fish populations


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