spawner-to-spawner ratio

an estimate of the number of spawners in one generation produced by the previous generation of spawners. A spawner-to-spawner ratio of 1.0 indicates that, on average, each spawner produced one offspring that survived to spawn

Dictionary of ichthyology. 2009.

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