Data on krill, Euphausia superba Dana, consumption by coastal fishes in Division 58.4.2 (Kosmonavtov and Sodruzhestva Seas)
consumers in the above areas. According to the data of trawlings in the depth range of 100-500 m in the area ...
Meeting Document : SC-CAMLR-X/BG/11 : Author(s): Delegation of USSR
Modelling availability bias using existing time series count data: Adélie penguins as a case study ...
Meeting Document : WG-EMM-04/54 : Author(s): Raymond, B., Emmerson, L., Southwell, C.
Depletion-corrected average catch: a simple formula for estimating sustainable yields in data-poor situations
Depletion-corrected average catch: a simple formula for estimating sustainable yields in data-poor situations ...
Meeting Document : WG-SAM-11/P3 : Author(s): A.D. McCall
DEVELOPING A ‘BEST AVAILABLE SCIENCE’ BATHYMETRIC DATA FRAMEWORK FOR FISHERIES MANAGEMENT IN THE ROSS SEA
-based management through bioregionalisation. Several data sources for bathymetric data exist, and these sources improve with time through additional data collection and analytical methods. In addition ...
Meeting Document : WG-FSA-09/38 : Author(s): S.J. Parker, S.M. Hanchet, B. Wood and A. Dunn (New Zealand)
Estimation of natural mortality using catch-at-age and aged mark-recapture data: a multi-cohort simulation study comparing estimation for a model based on the Baranov equations versus a new mortality equation.
An estimation strategy for natural mortality, M, using multiple cohorts and multiple years of catch-at-age and aged mark-recapture data was tested using simulation. Alternative fishing selectivity ... al. (2009) that uses annual catch-at-age numbers combined with catch-per-unit-effort data and the ‘extended survivors’ method of Shepherd (1999). Leigh et al. (2006) use data for a single cohort and do ...
Science Journal Paper : CCAMLR Science, Volume 18 (CCAMLR Science, Volume 18) : 1-27 : Author(s): Candy, S.G.
Identification of important benthic areas for conservation – using shared data from the Domain 1 MPA planning process
data also has relevance to a wide variety of other CCAMLR work, in addition to MPA planning. We therefore recommend that such data should continue to be made available through the CCAMLR website as far ...
Meeting Document : WG-EMM-16/35 : Author(s): M. Bristow, S. Grant, M. Santos and A. Capurro
Measures to avoid bias in abundance estimates of Dissostichus spp. based on tag-recapture data ...
Meeting Document : WG-SAM-12/23 : Author(s): D.C. Welsford and P.E. Ziegler (Australia)
and data elements of the enterprise data model, data warehouse, quality assurance, reference data, data ...
Meeting Document : SC-CAMLR-XXXV/BG/25 Rev. 1 : Author(s): CCAMLR Secretariat
Utilising data from ecosystem monitoring for managing fisheries: development of statistical summaries of indices arising from the CCAMLR Ecosystem Monitoring Program
in the data. An alternative procedure, using estimates of the mean and variance of baseline time series ... that examines the robustness of the indices to missing data and the degree of correlation between parameters ...
Science Journal Paper : CCAMLR Science, Volume 7 (CCAMLR Science, Volume 7) : 101–117 : Author(s): de la Mare, W.K. and A.J. Constable
Development of best practices for the collection of longline data to facilitate research and analysis to reduce by-catch: report of a workshop held at the International Fisheries Observer Conference
, and seabirds in longline fisheries, a workshop was organized to develop “best practices” in observer data ...
Meeting Document : WG-FSA-05/45 : Author(s): Conant, T., Cornish, V., Rivera, K., Dietrich, K.