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In August stronger changes in the relative distribution occurred Fig. For cod larvae in August a steady transport out of the deep basin can be observed, as expected according to the flow fields. Especially for high speed, non-circular transport regimes these advection processes have to speed dating Paterson cod taken intoalthough the principle differences in mortality rates can also be seen without a corresponding correction see Table 1. Especially the concept of a 'critical period' connected to the onset of feeding [ 1112 ], but also the impact of hatching mortality have to be considered.

This good accordance could be reached, although, as in the present study, simplistic vertical distribution patterns had to be used. The uncertainties in the abundance estimates arising from the non-synoptic sampling procedure as well as the spatial sampling resolution can so far not be quantified, but a theoretical study dealing with this problem has been conducted by Voss and Hinrichsen in prep. Furthermore, a sensitivity analysis conducted for the transport processes in the Bornholm Basin [ 18 ] revealed no ificant differences in the drift patterns of cod larvae within a vertical range of 12 m.

The horizontal distribution of cod egg stage IV and larval stage 5—7 as obtained from the first survey in each field campaign is shown in Figs. Spawning is generally restricted to the deep basins in the Central Baltic Sea Fig. Due to unfavourable hydrographic conditions in the Gdansk Deep and the Gotland Basin successful spawning of the eastern Baltic cod stock was restricted to the Bornholm Basin since [ 3 ].

In this case larvae found in the central basin during the first survey will have the tendency to be displaced towards shallower regions in the north. Moreover, it was not possible to test the applicability of general ideas of larval survival for the Baltic Sea, as data on stage specific mortality rates are missing. In contrast to egg stage IV, highest s were now obtained in the central part of the deep basin.

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Figure 4b shows the mean circulation for the depth layer of maximum cod larval abundance 30—33 m. They are mainly determined by the ephemeral character of wind stress, the baroclinic mass field and the complicated bottom topography [ 13 ].

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In August the situation was vice versa. In this approach we use basin-wide abundance estimates from two consecutive surveys to calculate mortality rates. Obviously, during the two time periods investigated, different processes must have acted, limiting survival at different stages of development.

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Abundance estimates are corrected for transport processes using the initial horizontal distribution of larvae and applying a 3 dimensional hydrodynamic model. As a conclusion, we are quite confident, that the modelled development of the horizontal distribution patterns are, despite the various shortcomings, close to reality. In August the situation was vice versa: Extremely low mortality rates of 0. While stage specific mortality rates for cod eggs are available from both, laboratory and field studies [ 67 ], corresponding information for the larval stage is missing. We compared two sampling periods, May and August The resulting mortality estimates are discussed with respect to available information on possible sources of mortality, as these are suggesting a high variability in the impact of 'critical periods' on larval survival.

In the centre of the deep basin an almost circular transport regime was established. Under such circumstances hatched cod larvae might sink to deeper, less oxygenated water layers, as specific gravity increases after hatch and the larvae are not able to counterbalance the sinking rate. Considerable concentrations of larvae were also recorded in the area between 60—80 m water depth, especially in the north-eastern part of the basin.

Unfortunately, no direct measurements for the time periods under investigation are available. Proportion of cod eggs and larvae distributed inside the 80 m depth contour line. Unlike in other cod stocks, where salinities are sufficient to keep the eggs floating at the surface, eastern Baltic cod eggs occur exclusively within or below the halocline in 50—75 m [ 4 ]. Mortality rates during the different proposed 'critical periods' were found to be highly variable. Different processes have been proposed to influence survival on this stage.

The corresponding for August are given in Fig. Compared to May the current speeds are generally higher. The corrections applied for transport were of variable impact, depending on the prevailing circulation patterns. Survey information speed dating Paterson cod corrected by three dimensional hydrodynamic model runs. There was almost no mortality between hatch and the onset of feeding.

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As a first approximation of the vertical distribution vertically resolving samplings 4 weeks apart from the periods under investigation were used. The vertical position of the eggs and larvae does have an influence on their horizontal transport. As well the from the 15 years ichthyoplankton time series as from high-resolution samplers like the Longhurst-Hardy Plankton Recorder Raab, pers.

Figure 4 shows the mean circulation speed, direction and stability in the depth layers with maximum cod egg or larval abundance for May The circulation patterns were averaged over a 5 days period, beginning with the time point of the first survey. Even after ing for these uncertainties, the presented here for cod larvae suggest a high variability in the importance of different 'critical periods' for recruitment. If older cod larvae perform diurnal vertical migrations, as observed in other cod stocks [ 17 ] can so far not be answered.

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For both periods May and August average mortality rates between the oldest egg stage stage IV and larval stage 5 first feeding larvae as well as between larval stage 5—7 and larval stage 8 established feeders were calculated. Mortality rates of 0. No such information was available for the Baltic cod stock, a commercially important stock showing reproduction failure during the last years.

To for year to year variations in the hydrographic environment occupied by the eggs, the so called Reproductive Volume RV has been defined [ 2122 ]. Especially at high wind forcing scenarios, abundance estimates have the potential to be biased without ing for transport processes. For the depth layer with the assumed maximum cod egg abundance 69—72 m low transport speeds were found Fig. Especially in the northern part of the basin and along the edges a high stability of the prevailing currents could be recognised. Therefore, especially the occurrence of anoxic conditions in the spawning layers has been shown to limit cod egg survival.

In the area outside the 80 m depth contour line only small s of cod egg stage IV were found. However, the Baltic Sea Model used for the simulations has generally proven to be applicable for simulating egg and larval drift processes [ 814 ]. So, only limited transport rates across the 80 m depth contour line were to be expected. The importance of corrections for transport processes will even increase for planned studies on sprat larval mortality, as these are distributed shallower in the water column [ 1519 ] and therefore are subject to higher current speeds.

A few days after hatch the larvae migrate vertically into upper water layers with sufficient prey concentrations and light conditions for feeding [ 5 ] avoiding critical oxygen levels. Metrics details. The period to reach larval stage 8, i. During the larval phase different 'critical periods' are discussed, e. Survival rates of Baltic cod are not only influenced by a single 'critical period', but can be limited at different points during the larval phase, depending on several biotic and abiotic factors. Another potentially important source of mortality is predation by the clupeids sprat and herring.

While stage-specific vertical distribution patterns of cod eggs are well investigated [ 6715 ], corresponding information for cod larvae is rather scarce. Mean current fields and stability averaged over 19—23 May Mean current fields and stability averaged over 11—15 August According to the circular transport regime and the rather low current speeds in May for both, eggs and larvae, only small changes in the relative distribution were found. The distribution of larval stages 5—7 is a little wider Speed dating Paterson cod. During the first survey in August the centre of the egg stage IV distribution was displaced to the north-western edge of the deep basin Fig.

The station with the maximum abundance was located just inside the 80 m depth contour line, however, in this region eggs of developmental stage IV were also found shallower than 80 m depth. The eastern Baltic cod Gadus morhua L.

The stock is therefore of considerable commercial importance. It is well known that the flow dynamics in the Baltic Sea are highly complex. Figure 3b displays the distribution of the larval stages 5—7. There is no indication speed dating Paterson cod a strong small-scale patchiness of cod eggs or larvae, which would not be resolved by the station grid and thereby considerably bias the abundance estimates.

Beside these differences in transport speed, the mean circulation is quite similar for the depth layer of cod eggs Fig. The mean circulation relevant for cod larvae Fig. Water masses are transported into the basin from the south, while they leave the deep basin in a strong and stable current directed to the north-west western part of the basin or towards the east, north-east eastern part of the basin.

Changes in the survival-rate during the larval phase may strongly influence the recruitment level in marine fish species. Mortality rates within two periods, from hatch egg stage IV to first feeding larval stage 5—7 and from onset of feeding to the state of an established feeder larval stage 8 were calculated.

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Especially 3 stations in the north, west and south of the Bornholm Basin showed higher concentrations. Especially the estimation of field based mortality rates was hampered by generally too low s of larvae caught and advective losses from the survey area [ 8 ]. We calculated field-based mortality rates for larval Baltic cod during these phases using basin-wide abundance estimates from two consecutive surveys. The simulated of this study were in good accordance with field observations, confirming the applicability of the Baltic Sea Model.

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Temporal evolution due to transport processes in August 11—20 Aug. Vertical lines indicate the temporal midpoint of sampling. The applied correction for transport processes had a varying impact. Table 1 shows the daily production values and the corresponding mortality rates with and without correction for transport.

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However, the current speed is much higher and the southern edge of the circular transport extends towards shallower regions. The available information on stage-specific vertical distribution of cod larvae in the Baltic [ 516 ] can only be used to extract rough distribution patterns. Due to the missing data on larval mortality in the field, it was not possible to investigate the influence of different processes on larval survival rates.

Especially for August the correction for transport had a strong impact.

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Unfortunately, no field sampling for the vertical distribution of eggs was performed during the two periods, but these as well as modelling [ 4 ] suggest less favourable hydrographic conditions for the late egg and early larval stages in May Even if hatching occurs, low oxygen concentrations negatively impact larval activity [ 25 ]. Marine Sciences, Kiel rather led to the assumption, that the distribution and abundance of ichthyoplankton is well covered by the station grid in use.

After 5. To explicitly test the applicability of the model for predicting the horizontal distribution patterns of ichthyoplankton during the investigated time periods, separate model runs were performed during an earlier study [ 8 ]. Also in this case a circular transport regime could be observed. It is known that the vertical distribution patterns can change over the spawning period, but strong changes within 4 weeks are not to be expected.

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