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Resiliency of Gadid Stocks to Fishing and Climate Change
Many stocks of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) on both sides of the North Atlantic are currently at much reduced levels of biomass, but this situation is not in all instances the result of long, continuous decline. Most Northwest Atlantic stocks declined to low levels during the 1970s, but increased during the 1980s before declining even more severely during the late 1980s and early 1990s. Several of these stocks have shown little recovery despite severe restrictions on directed fishing. Manydoi:10.4027/rgsfcc.2008.03 fatcat:yzl6vgxxovdzlprp2fndh543ga