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10-17 December 2008 Ishigaki, Japan
Working Group Working Papers
- The estimate of unfished bluefin spawning stock biomass: the result of density-dependent processes?
- Simulation of the estimation of M as a Model mis-specification diagnostic.
- Estimation of population size for Pacific bluefin tuna using Bayesian production models.
- Preliminary analysis of the stock abundance indices for Pacific bluefin tuna (Thunnus orientalis) landed by Japanese purse seiners in Sakai-Minato.
- Assessing the precision of length-frequency estimates with consideration of finite population sampling by using landing data in Sakai-Minato Port.
- Estimation of catch at size for Pacific bluefin tuna caught by Japanese troll and set net fisheries: current problems and future perspectives.
- Review of the current problems and future perspectives on length frequency data for Pacific bluefin tuna.
- A review of the age, growth, and reproductive biology of Pacific bluefin tuna, Thunnus orientalis, with a possible hypothesis for further research activities.
- Basic information to review the PBF catch before 1952: Descriptions of statistical information sources and development of fishing areas.
- Review of PBF catch before 1952. Catches and Catchabilities.
- Preliminary analysis on length data from intensive size sampling of Pacific bluefin tuna caught by Japanese troll fisheries.
- Annual report of the maturity status of the bluefin tuna landed in the Ishigaki Island (2008).
- Annual change of abundance and mitochondrial variability in the Pacific bluefin tuna larvae around the Ryukyu archipelago.
- Effect of physical impact on Pacific bluefin tuna larvae on the basis of rearing experiments.
- Evaluating the utility of Stock Synthesis Version 3 for Pacific bluefin tuna stock assessment.
- Catch and distribution of Pacific bluefin tuna, Thunnus orientalis, around the Tsugaru Strait.
- Preliminary results of horizontal and vertical distributions of patches of Pacific bluefin tuna Thunnus orientalis in the northwestern Pacific Ocean.
- Optimum oceanic environment for spawning ground of Pacific bluefin tuna.
- Estimating potential habitat of young Pacific bluefin tuna in the North Pacific.