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Spatial structuring and life history connectivity of Antarctic silverfish along the southern continental shelf of the Weddell Sea
Marine Ecology Progress Series
A multi-disciplinary approach was employed to examine a physical-biological population hypothesis for a critical forage species, the Antarctic silverfish Pleuragramma antarctica. Caccavo et al. (2018; Sci Rep 8: 17856) had shown strong gene flow along the westward Antarctic Slope Current, in addition to spatially recurring length modes that provided evidence for episodic connectivity. In this paper, otolith nucleus chemistry from a subset of fish collected in the southern Weddell Sea as part ofdoi:10.3354/meps13017 fatcat:ffmsr3vqzjay7ilt4kjulia5xq