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intrinsic rate of increase
(English) The change in the amount of harvestable stock estimated by recruitment increases plus growth minus natural mortality. A value that quantifies how much a population can increase between successive time periods; plays an important role in evaluating the sustainability of different harvest levels and the capacity to recover after depletion. (See also: stock, growth, natural mortality)

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