# recruitment

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**Beverton-Holt stock-recruitment model**— a particular stock recruitment formulation in which recruitment reaches an asymptote as stock size becomes very large …82

**partial recruitment**— the degree to which a year class has joined the fishable stock. When a year class is young, only some of its fish are big enough to be caught, so it is partly but not fully recruited. Very young fish are not caught at all and have a partial… …83

**stock recruitment model**— a fishery model that predicts the amount of juvenile recruitment as a function of the parent stock. Also called stock recruitment relationship …84

**e-recruitment**— UK US noun [U] HR, INTERNET ► the activity of using the internet to find new employees for companies and organizations, for example by employers advertising online and employees making job applications online: »Can e recruitment make life easier… …85

**snowball recruitment**— /ˈsnoʊbɔl rəkrutmənt/ (say snohbawl ruhkroohmuhnt) noun 1. a method of recruitment in which those who are already participants in a project encourage others to join. 2. the method of military recruitment used in Australia during World War I in… …86

**stock-recruitment relationship**— The relationship between the level of parental biomass and subsequent recruitment. Determination of this relationship is difficult and usually involves the study of population size age composition, growth and mortality rates …87

**instantaneous rate of recruitment**— Number of fish that grow to catchable size per short interval of time, divided by the number of catchable fish already present at that time. Usually given on a yearly basis: that is, the figure just described is divided by the fraction of a year… …88

**instantaneous rate of recruitment**— Number of fish that grow to catchable size per short interval of time, divided by the number of catchable fish already present at that time. Usually given on a yearly basis: that is, the figure just described is divided by the fraction of a year… …89

**instantaneous rate of recruitment**— number of fish that grow to catchable size per short interval of time, divided by the number of catchable fish already present at that time. Usually given on a yearly basis, i.e. the figure just described is divided by the fraction of a year… …90

**stock recruitment relationship**— stock recruitment model. Abbreviated as SSR …