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ISC/10/BILLWG-1
15-22 April 2010 Hakodate, Japan
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Working Group Working Papers
No. Title Authors and Contact
01 Age structured stock assessment of North Pacific swordfish (Xiphias gladius) with Stock Synthesis under a two stock scenario. D. Courtney and K. Piner
(Dean.Courtney_at_noaa.gov)
02 Update of the Production Model Assessment of the Eastern Pacific swordfish Stock (Xiphias gladius) in 2010. J. Brodziak
(Jon.Brodziak_at_noaa.gov)
03 An update of stock assessment or North Pacific Swordfish based on two-stock scenario using age-structured models. C.-L. Sun, N.-J. Su, and S.-Z. Yeh
(chilu_at_ntu.edu.tw)
04 Oceanographic features in the vicinity of a North Pacific swordfish stock boundary. D. Courtney and J. Brodziak
(Dean.Courtney_at_noaa.gov)
05 Additional works of the preliminary analysis on possible stock boundary of striped marlin in the North Pacific using fishery data of Japanese longliners. T. Hosono, M. Ichinokawa, and K. Yokawa
(yokawa_at_fra.affrc.go.jp)
06 An investigation of patterns in Japanese longline CPUE of striped marlin (Tetrapturus audax) in relation to a stock boundary of swordfish (Xiphias gladius) in the North Pacific. J. Brodziak
(Jon.Brodziak_at_noaa.gov)
07 The role of BRP in the fish stock assessment - lessons from the history of ICES. K. Yokawa and A. Kimoto
(yokawa_at_fra.affrc.go.jp)
08 Review of biological reference points with specific recommendations for North Pacific billfishes. K. Piner and H.-H. Lee
(Kevin.Piner_at_noaa.gov)
09 Effective samples size of swordfish (Xiphias gladius) length measurements in the Hawaii-based longline fishery, 2005, for use in stock assessment. A. Shibano, M. Kanaiwa, K. Yokawa, Y. Takeuchi, and D. Courtney
(m3kanaiw_at_bioindustry.nodai.ac.
jp)
10 The evaluation of removing hook adjacent floats for catch amount. M. Kanaiwa, K. Bigelow, and K. Yokawa
(m3kanaiw_at_bioindustry.nodai.ac.
jp)
11 Does the market value freshness? Updated and expanded estimation of preliminary evidence from a pelagic longline fishery. K. Ito, G. Ishimura, K. Yokawa, and K. Ishida
(gakugaku_at_aol.com)