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Spatial and temporal distributions of terrestrial and marine organic matter in the surface sediments of the Yangtze River estuary 期刊论文
CONTINENTAL SHELF RESEARCH, 2020, 卷号: 203, 页码: 12
Authors:  Zhang, Shanshan;  Liang, Cui;  Xian, Weiwei
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Sediment  Organic matter  Stable isotope  Spatio-temporal distribution  Seasonal variations  Yangtze river estuary (YRE)  
Species distribution models have limited spatial transferability for invasive species 期刊论文
ECOLOGY LETTERS, 2020, 页码: 11
Authors:  Liu, Chunlong;  Wolter, Christian;  Xian, Weiwei;  Jeschke, Jonathan M.
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Accuracy  Bayesian inference  biogeographical experiments  biological invasions  ecological niche models  invasive alien species  model extrapolation  model interpolation  model parameterisation  quantitative synthesis  
Stock Status Assessments for 12 Exploited Fishery Species in the Tsushima Warm Current Region, Southwest Japan and East China, Using the CMSY and BSM Methods 期刊论文
FRONTIERS IN MARINE SCIENCE, 2020, 卷号: 7, 页码: 11
Authors:  Wang, Yuanchao;  Liang, Cui;  Wang, Yibang;  Xian, Weiwei;  Palomares, Maria Lourdes
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CMSY  BSM  fishery status  reference points  stock assessments  
Assessment of 12 Fish Species in the Northwest Pacific Using the CMSY and BSM Methods 期刊论文
FRONTIERS IN MARINE SCIENCE, 2020, 卷号: 7, 页码: 11
Authors:  Wang, Yibang;  Wang, Yuanchao;  Liang, Cui;  Zhang, Hui;  Xian, Weiwei
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east coast of Japan  overfishing  stock assessment  CMSY/BSM methods  data-sparse stock  
Assessments of 15 Exploited Fish Stocks in Chinese, South Korean and Japanese Waters Using the CMSY and BSM Methods 期刊论文
FRONTIERS IN MARINE SCIENCE, 2020, 卷号: 7, 页码: 11
Authors:  Liang, Cui;  Xian, Weiwei;  Pauly, Daniel
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data-sparse stock  North-East Asia  CMSY  BSM  stock assessment  
Stock Assessment Using LBB Method for Eight Fish Species From the Bohai and Yellow Seas 期刊论文
FRONTIERS IN MARINE SCIENCE, 2020, 卷号: 7, 页码: 7
Authors:  Wang, Yibang;  Wang, Yuanchao;  Liu, Shude;  Liang, Cui;  Zhang, Hui;  Xian, Weiwei
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Bohai and Yellow Seas  LBB method  overfishing  stock assessment  fishery resources  
The why and how of determining length-weight relationships of fish from preserved museum specimens 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF APPLIED ICHTHYOLOGY, 2020, 页码: 7
Authors:  Hay, Amanda;  Xian, Weiwei;  Bailly, Nicolas;  Liang, Cui;  Pauly, Daniel
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data gaps  FishBase  Ichthyology  museum collections  
Combined effects of seasonal warming and hyposalinity on strobilation of Nemopilema nomurai polyps 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MARINE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY, 2020, 卷号: 524, 页码: 9
Authors:  Feng, Song;  Lin, Jianing;  Sun, Song;  Zhang, Fang;  Li, Chaolun;  Xian, Weiwei
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Jellyfish blooms  Scyphozoan  Life cycle  Cool temperature  Hyposalinity  
Comparing marine ecosystems of Laizhou and Haizhou Bays, China, using ecological indicators estimated from food web models 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF MARINE SYSTEMS, 2020, 卷号: 202, 页码: 12
Authors:  Ju, Peilong;  Cheung, William W. L.;  Chen, Mingru;  Xian, Weiwei;  Yang, Shengyun;  Xiao, Jiamei
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Ecopath with Ecosim  Comparative study  Food web  Laizhou Bay  Haizhou Bay  
Modelling the potential impacts of climate change on the distribution of ichthyoplankton in the Yangtze Estuary, China 期刊论文
DIVERSITY AND DISTRIBUTIONS, 2020, 卷号: 26, 期号: 1, 页码: 126-137
Authors:  Zhang, Zhixin;  Mammola, Stefano;  Xian, Weiwei;  Zhang, Hui
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climate change responses  distribution range shifts  ensemble forecasting  fish larvae  habitat suitability  species distribution modelling