Collates the stock recruitment functions for all of the species in the model.
get_rec_fun(rec_fun = "hockey-stick")
A character vector representing the stock recruitment function to be applied to each species. The default is
"Beverton-Holt", the stock recruitment function is defined as
"Ricker" it is defined as
"hockey-stick" it is defined as
min(a*SSB, b); for
"constant" it is defined as
a, and for
"linear" it is defined as
a*SSB. In all cases,
SSB is the Spawning Stock Biomass in 1000s of tonnes and
b are parameters of the specific stock recruitment functions.
A list object of length
rec_fun where each element includes the stock recruitment function for a given species. If an invalid recruitment function is selected,
NULL is returned and a warning message is shown.
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