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Record #191023:

The method of multiple hypotheses and the decline of Steller sea lions in western Alaska / N. Wolf, J. Melbourne, M. Mangel.

Title: The method of multiple hypotheses and the decline of Steller sea lions in western Alaska / N. Wolf, J. Melbourne, M. Mangel.
Author(s): Wolf, N.
Melbourne, J.
Mangel, M.
Date: 2006.
Publisher: Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
In: Top predators in marine ecosystems : their role in monitoring and management. (2006.),
Abstract: Discusses decline in western Alaskan population of Steller sea lion (Eumetopias jubatus) since late 1970s, and wide variety of hypotheses proposed to explain decline. Argues that multiple hypotheses present opportunity for ecological detection, process in which hypotheses simultaneously compete and success is arbitrated by relevant data. Describes hypotheses for which there are sufficient data to allow investigation, method that allows linking of various sources of data to hypotheses, and conclusions from this approach.
Notes:

In: Top predators in marine ecosystems : their role in monitoring and management / I.L. Boyd, S. Wanless, C.J. Camphuysen, eds.

Keywords: 502 -- Environmental issues.
504.06 -- Environmental protection.
574.34 -- Population dynamics.
574.5 -- Marine and freshwater ecology.
574.523 -- Food chains and networks, aquatic.
597.5 -- Teleostei.
599.745.1 -- Otaridae: Eumetopias jubatus.
639.2 -- Fisheries.
H6 -- Zoology: mammals.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*49) -- Alaska.
SPRI record no.: 191023

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