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Hinrichsen, H.-H., Möllmann, C., Voss, R., Köster, F.W., and Kornilovs, G. 2002b. Biophysical modelling of larval Baltic cod (Gadus morhua L) growth and survival. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 59: 1858-1873.

ICES 2004. Report of the Baltic Fisheries Working Group. ICES CM 2004/ACFM:21.

Köster, F.W. and Möllmann, C. 2000. Trophodynamic control by clupeid predators on recruitment success in Baltic cod ? ICES J. Mar Sci. 57 (2): 310-323.

Köster, F.W., Möllmann, C., Neuenfeldt, S., Vinther, M., St. John, M.A., Tomkiewicz, J., Voss, R., Hinrichsen, H.H., Kraus, G., and Schnack, D. 2003. Fish stock development in the Central Baltic Sea (1976-2000) in relation to variability in the physical environment. ICES Mar. Sci. Symp. 219: 294-306.

MacKenzie, B.R., St.John, M.A. and Wieland, K., 1996. Eastern Baltic cod: perspectives from existing data on processes affecting growth and survival of eggs and larvae. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 134:265-281.

MacKenzie, B.R. and Köster, F.W. 2004. Fish production and climate: sprat in the Baltic Sea. Ecology 85(3): 784-794.

Matthäus, W. and Nausch, G. 2003. Hydrographic-hydrochemical variability in the Baltic Sea during the 1990s in relation to changes during the 20th century. ICES Mar. Sci. Symp. 219: 132-143.

Möllmann, C., Köster, F.W., Kornilovs, G., and Sidrevics, L. 2003. Interannual variability in population dynamics of calanoid copepods in the Central Baltic Sea. ICES Mar. Sci. Symp. 219: 220-230.

Uzars, D. and Plikshs, M. 2000. Cod (Gadus morhua callarias L.) cannibalism in the Central Baltic: Interannual variability and influence of recruitment, abundance and distribution. ICES J. Mar. Sci. 57: 324-329.