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EcoCheck has also recently completed a newsletter describing their work on developing a menhaden recruitment model. The menhaden recruitment model newsletter describes an approach to explain and predict menhaden recruitment based on striped bass predation, including a novel method of checking the model through hindcasting. After further improvements, this new model has the potential to be an important tool to aid ecosystem based management of both menhaden and striped bass.
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