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Reversal of Undesirable Evolution in Fish

Press Releases

Undesirable Evolution Can be Reversed in Fish, Stony Brook University Scientists Show
In an intriguing 21st century example of Darwinism, researchers demonstrate that fish will again grow to larger sizes and produce more young when size-selective fishing is eased
March 03, 2009

 

Media Coverage

Fish Shrinkage Reversible, but Better Hurry
Study suggests fisheries managers need to consider evolutionary changes created by the selective harvesting of larger fish
March 04, 2009

Slow Recovery for Shrinking Fish
Researchers show for the first time that stunted fisheries can rebound with time
March 03, 2009

Shrinking Fish
July 22, 2006


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