A non-parametric approach to investigating fish population dynamics

Robin Cook, Robert J. Fryer

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Abstract

The population dynamics of a fish stock can be investigated through knowledge of the stock-recruitment relationship and the replacement line associated with biological characteristics such as age growth, maturity and natural mortality. While functions defining the replacement line are generally easily formulated, it is more problematic to specify the stock-recruitment relationship. Using a non-parametric model for the stock-recruitment relationship it is possible to avoid defining specific functions relating recruitment to stock size while also providing a natural framework to model process error. This paper describes a kernal method approach to moadlling the recruitment data, that takes ito account uncertainty, which leads to an empirical method for investigating the population dynamics of exploited populations under a range of fishing scenarios.
LanguageEnglish
PagesJ:12
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2001
Event2001 ICES Annual Science Conference - Oslo, Norway
Duration: 26 Sep 200129 Sep 2001

Conference

Conference2001 ICES Annual Science Conference
CountryNorway
CityOslo
Period26/09/0129/09/01

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Population Dynamics
Fish
population dynamics
fish
Replacement
replacement
Line
biological characteristics
Nonparametric Model
Mortality
Process Model
fishing
uncertainty
Uncertainty
mortality
Scenarios
methodology
Range of data
Relationships
method

Keywords

  • fish population dynamics
  • fish stocks
  • fisheries management

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Cook, R., & Fryer, R. J. (2001). A non-parametric approach to investigating fish population dynamics. J:12. Paper presented at 2001 ICES Annual Science Conference, Oslo, Norway.
Cook, Robin ; Fryer, Robert J. / A non-parametric approach to investigating fish population dynamics. Paper presented at 2001 ICES Annual Science Conference, Oslo, Norway.
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