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Category: Workflow Tag: killer whale User: Maria Paula Balcazar-Vargas Licence: by-sa

Workflow Exploration of fishing scenarios (1)

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This workflow must run after the workflow: Resident killer whale-chinook salmon interactions. The interaction workflows generates a PostWorkspace file, this is a zip file and it is an R Workspace that transfers values from the Resident killer whale-chinook salmon interactions (main) workflow to the Exploration of fishing scenario (post-processing) workflow. This workflow merges statistical inference derived from linkages between RKW vital rates (survival probability and fecundity rates) a...

Created: 2014-09-26

Credits: User Maria Paula Balcazar-Vargas User Antonio Velez-Espino User Andres Araujo User Jon Giddy User Francisco Quevedo

Attributions: Workflow Resident killer whale-chinook salmon interactions

Workflow Resident killer whale-chinook salmon inter... (1)

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The resident killer whale-chinook salmon interactions workflow provides an environment to calculate a two-sex stage-structured matrix with no density dependence and with vital rates as random variables or as functions of Chinook abundance from specific stock aggregates and to (i) quantify the differences in demographic rates between killer whale (Orcinus orca) population that explain population growth; (ii) to determine the relative influence of vital rates and Chinook (Oncorhynchus tshawytsc...

Created: 2014-09-26

Credits: User Maria Paula Balcazar-Vargas User Antonio Velez-Espino User Andres Araujo User Jon Giddy User Francisco Quevedo

Attributions: Workflow Killer whale demography

Workflow Killer whale demography (1)

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This workflow analyzes the demography and population growth of resident killer whale populations. Originally created for comparative studies of Northeastern Pacific populations at risk, Southern Resident Killer Whales (SRKW) and the Northern Resident Killer Whales (NRKW), the workflow can be used for other killer whale populations or cetaceans counting with census data and life cycles that can be represented using the matrix models described in this document. This workflow perform the follow...

Created: 2014-09-24

Credits: User Maria Paula Balcazar-Vargas User Antonio Velez-Espino User Andres Araujo User Jon Giddy User Francisco Quevedo

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