Data from: Consequences of past and present harvest management in a declining flyway population of common eiders Somateria mollissima

Rune Tjørnløv, Roger Pradel, Remi Choquet, Thomas Kjær Christensen & Morten Frederiksen
1. Harvested species population dynamics are shaped by the relative contribution of natural and harvest mortality. Natural mortality is usually not under management control, so managers must continuously adjust harvest rates to prevent overexploitation. Ideally, this requires regular assessment of the contribution of harvest to total mortality and how this affects population dynamics. 2. To assess the impact of hunting mortality on the dynamics of the rapidly declining Baltic/Wadden Sea population of common eiders Somateria...
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