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When the Brody coefficient K is subject to temporal variation, data from tag-and-recapture experiments permit analysis of seasonal growth. Temporal values for K can be estimated without using a pre-determined oscillating function and the impact of seasonality on annual growth can be analyzed more realistically. The method is applicable to intra-annual intervals of single or multiple cohorts.doi:10.12681/mms.97 fatcat:bjruhkfdwnefhbalex6asulf3i