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ISC/13/BILLWG-2
20-28 May 2013 Shimizu, Japan
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No. Title Authors and Contact
01 Quarterly summaries of Pacific blue marlin size composition data. J. Brodziak and L. Fletcher
(Jon.Brodziak_at_noaa.gov)
02 A comparison of the consistency of Pacific blue marlin (Makaira nigricans) length and weight composition data from the Japanese distant water longline fleet, 1970-20111. J. Brodziak
(Jon.Brodziak_at_noaa.gov)
03 Vertical and horizontal movements of blue marlin in the northwestern Pacific Ocean determinded using pop-up satellite tags. Chiang, Sun, Musyl, G. DiNardo, Hung, Lin, Su, Yeh, Chen, Liu, and Kuo
istiophorid_at_gmail.com
04 Blue marlin stock assessment in the Pacific Ocean. H.-H. Lee, Y.-J. Chang, M. Hinton, K. Piner, D. Tagami, and I. Taylor
(Huihua.Lee_at_noaa.gov)
05 Use of likelihood profiling over a global scaling parameter to structure the population dynamics model: an example using blue marlin in the Pacific Ocean. H.-H. Lee and K. Piner
(Huihua.Lee_at_noaa.gov)
06 A sensitivity analysis of alternative natural mortality schedule and steepness in the Pacific blue marlin stock assessment. M. Kai and K. Yokawa
(kaim_at_affrc.go.jp)
07 Stock assessment of blue marlin (Makaira nigricans) in the Pacific Ocean using an age-structured model. C.-L. Sun, N.-J. Su, S.-Z. Yeh and Chiang
(chilu_at_ntu.edu.tw)
08 Preliminary analysis of stock status for blue marlin (Makaira nigricans) in the Pacific Ocean by Bayesian production model. M. Kanaiwa, A. Kimoto, N. Takahashi, and K. Yokawa
(m3kanaiw_at_bioindustry.nodai.ac.
jp)
09 Application of Bayesian production model to assess Pacific blue marlin (Makaira nigricans) in 2013. J. Brodziak, J. O'Malley, A.J. Yau, and Y.-J. Chang
(Jon.Brodziak_at_noaa.gov)
10 Model selection uncertainty and multi-model inferece in the generalized fishery production modeling: simulation study of the Pacific blue marlin stock. Y.-J, Chang, J. Brodziak, H.-H. Lee, G. DiNardo, and C.-L. Sun
(Yi-jay.chang_at_noaa.gov)