Stock size

Stock size

Material or product available in a variety of sizes readily available for purchase, and not specially ordered.

stock size

A size which is normally available from warehouse supplies.
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Stock size is considered the principal biological variable and weather conditions and government regulations the exogenous variables.
To me, the upshot of this is that if one uses the improved mortality formula, the red snapper stock size isn't far under what would be expected given an acceptable level of fishing.
The flexible collet offers true parallel gripping with the collet segments running parallel to the stock even when there are variations in the stock size.
The term dS/dt was estimated for a 1987-2001 time series by calculating stock size for each year as S = (H)(1 - [e.
Correlations between stock size and larval occurrence, and between stock size and larval abundance, were 0.
Whether you're a stock size 10 or an exact size 18, you want to know you're a perfect size something.
The paper does not rule out the possibility that there may be circumstances in which there is a relationship between fishing effort and future stock size.
If that percentage were applied to the government's estimated stock size, the number of big fish is many times larger than the assessment's claimed totals, on which the drastic closures are based.
According to scientific data, North Sea cod stocks have plummeted from 275,000 tonnes in 1970 to 37,000 tonnes now, with the minimum stock size set at 70,000 tonnes.
Here, only two high street stores cater for size 6 and, though most stock size 16, few tailor them to Jenny's height.
Also, schooling fish contract their feeding and spawning range as the stock size is reduced with the number of schools declining while the size tends to remain unchanged.
The assessment estimates the old stock size at 50 times greater than now.