Fmed
Fmed
the fishing mortality rate corresponding to an equilibrium spawning potential ratio (SPR) equal to the inverse of the median observed survival ratio (ratio of recruits to parental spawning biomass). The level of F where recruitment in half of the years has been sufficient to balance the mortality. Such a stock exploited at Fmed should be able to replace itself close to historical abundance

Dictionary of ichthyology. 2009.

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