*Featured image photo credit: Valerio Sbragaglia
In this episode, Valerio (Postdoctoral fellow, Institut de Ciencias del Mar, Barcelona Spain) takes us on a deep dive of his paper: Sbragaglia, Klamser, et al. 2022: ‘Evolutionary Impact of Size-Selective Harvesting on Shoaling Behavior: Individual-Level Mechanisms and Possible Consequences for Natural and Fishing Mortality.’ We discuss how size-selective fishing practices can have unintended behavioral and ecological consequences for fisheries populations, and how interdisciplinary collaborations – in this case between behavioral ecology and biophysics – can enhance our understanding of complex feedbacks at individual and group levels. Listen to our chat and then read Valerio’s full paper here!
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NATURALIST SELECTIONS IS AN INTERVIEW SERIES PRODUCED BY THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF NATURALISTS GRADUATE COUNCIL. WE SHOWCASE GRADUATE STUDENT AND POSTDOC AUTHORED WORK IN THE AMERICAN NATURALIST, A PREMIER PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL FOR ECOLOGY, EVOLUTION, AND ANIMAL BEHAVIOR RESEARCH. CATCH UP ON EXCITING NEW PAPERS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED FROM THE JOURNAL, AND MEET SOME TRULY BRILLIANT EARLY CAREER NATURALISTS!
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Featured Guest: Valerio Sbragaglia, Institut de Ciències del Mar, Barcelona, Spain
Host, Editor, Producer: Sarah McPeek, University of Virginia, US
Original Music: Daniel Nondorf, University of Virginia, USContinue reading “NS – Valerio Sbragaglia – fishing-induced evolutionary changes in shoaling may increase fish vulnerability to other predators”