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ContributionsR. Hilborn (Editor), C.J. Walters (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages592
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7478118M
ISBN 100412022710
ISBN 109780412022715

The following represent the most useful texts for quantitative modeling and assessment of fisheries and wildlife resources. Hilborn, R. and Walters, C.J. Quantitative Fisheries Stock Assessment: choice, dynamics, and uncertainty. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, MA. (This is the basic reference text on fisheries stock assessment. Looking for books by Ray Hilborn? See all books authored by Ray Hilborn, including The Ecological Detective, and Quantitative Fisheries Stock Assessment - Choice, Dynamics and Uncertainty, and more on

Prior to the s, stock 60 assessments primarily used age-structured models based solely on catch-at-age data (e.g., VPA; 61 Pope and Shepherd, ) or biomass-dynamics . The data requirements for these sorts of quantitative stock assessment are substantial and are usually restricted to commercial fisheries where there is the analytical capacity to apply complex stock assessment models. There is a comprehensive compilation of fish stock assessments about uncertainty and the dynamics of fishing Cited by:

1. Introduction. Many of the world’s fisheries are showing a decline in the fishing yield, a phenomenon that’s clearly important for the global economy and which is often interpreted in terms of the overexploitation of the fish stock (Pauly, ): the fishing industry is consistently depleting the fish stock at a rate higher than the capability of the system to replenish it, as a Cited by: 9. Bulletin of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada, vol. , Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, pp 8 (8). Jackson JBC et al. Historical overfishing and the recent collapse of coastal ecosystems. Science 9 (9). Hilborn R and Walters CJ Quantitative fisheries stock assessment: choice, dynamics and uncertainty. Chapman.


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QUANTITATIVE PREDICTIONS, DYNAMICS, AND UNCERTAINTY In order to be of practical use, modern fisheries stock assessment must be able to make quantitative predictions. To state that a fishery resource is “abundant” or “overfished” Uncertainty also arises from the choice of models used for stock assessment; some models are better File Size: KB.

John organized a training course in Australia where we showed about 25 Australian fisheries biologists how to use microcomputers to do many standard fisheries analyses. In the process of organizing this and sub­ sequent courses we developed a series of lecture notes. Over the last 10 years these notes have evolved into the chapters of this book.

Quantitative fisheries assessment models, developed based on biological theories and empirical observations, are often used to characterize the population dynamics of fish stocks (Quinn and Deriso.

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Walters Hilborn, Ray, Required software and textbooks include: Fisheries Ecology and Management by Walters and Martell and Quantitative Fisheries Stock Assessment: Choice, Dynamics and Uncertainty by Ray Hilborn and Carl Walters.

Chapman and Hall. Check with the course instructor regarding the use of MS Excel. The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. ISBN: All titles: " Quantitative fisheries stock assessment: choice, dynamics, and uncertainty.

"Cited by: Hilborn, R. and Walters, C.J. () Quantitative fisheries stock assessment, choice, dynamics and uncertainty. Chapman and Hall, London. doi/ Manual of Methods for Fish Stock Assessment - Part 1. Fish Population Analysis.

FAO Manuals in Fisheries Science No. Gulland, J.A. Fish stock assessment A manual of basic methods. FAO/Wiley Ser. on Food and Agriculture, Vol 1: pp.

Gulland, J.A. & Boerema, L.K Scientific advice on catch levels. 71 (2):   An example was the Deriso delay difference model (Deriso, ), but many research laboratories around the world developed other statistical models for fisheries stock assessment. Before the era of non-linear minimization algorithms, one had to find ways to transform models to linear forms so that existing regression packages could be by: 4.

Stock assessments provide fisheries managers with the information that is used in the regulation of a fish stock. Biological and fisheries data are collected in a stock assessment. A wide array of biological data may be collected for an assessment.

These include details on the age structure of the stock, age at first spawning, fecundity, ratio of males to females in the stock.advanced stock assessment analyses, fisheries stock assessments still contain considerable uncertainty.

Moreover, a large portion of this uncertainty can be directly attributed to three conditions that cannot be solved through computing power or analytical prowess: (1) fisheries.

The authors estimated static and dynamic catch per unit of effort functions for Lake Victoria fisheries, investigating the trend in the lake's stocks during the period to and focusing particularly on the effect of the water hyacinth on fish Cited by: