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6-9 July 2010 Nanaimo, Canada
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Working Group Working Papers
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01 Stock assessment of Pacific bluefin tuna with updated fishery data until 2007. M. Ichinokawa, M. Kai, and Y. Takeuchi
02 Updated biological reference points (BRPs) for Pacific Bluefin tuna and the effect of uncertainties on the BRPs. M. Kai, M. Ichinokawa, and Y. Takeuchi
03 Applicability of Floss for Pacific bluefin tuna as a limit reference point (LRP). M. Kai, M. Ichinokawa, and Y. Takeuchi
04 Simulation based reference points of Fssb applied to the Pacific bluefin tuna stock. M. Ichinokawa and K. Oshima
05 Estimating fishing mortality rates and evaluating the plausibility of assumptions about M for Pacific bluefin tuna using electronic tagging data. R. Whitlock and B. Block
06 Japanese catch updates for Pacific bluefin tuna. K. Oshima and Y. Takeuchi
07 Withdrawn  
08 The result of practice based on the recommendations by simulation study using effective sample size. A. Shibano, M. Kanaiwa, Y. Ishihara, R. Uji, T. Shimura, and Y. Takeuchi
09 The update of input data of stock assessment of Pacific Bluefin Tuna for Stock Synthesis III. M. Abe, K. Oshima, M. Kai, M. Ichinokawa, C.-C. Hsu, A. Aires-da-Silva, I. Yamazaki, and Y. Takeuchi
10 Research activities for reproductive biology and recruitment monitoring of Pacific bluefin tuna by NRIFSF, Fisheries Research Agency of Japan. I. Yamasaki, W. Doi, K. Ohshima, and T. Tanabe
11 Size composition of BFT in 2008. Data collected from farms from Baja California. M. Dreyfus
12 Recent variations in the catch of Pacific bluefin tuna by Korean domestic purse seiners. J.-T. Yoo, Z.- G. Kim, J.- B. Lee, S.-J. Hwang, J.-B. Kim, D.-N. Kim, K.-J. Seok, and D.-W. Lee
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Fundamental limitations of stock-recruitment models. A. MacCall
Integrating movement dynamics into the assessment of pelagic fish stocks: lessons from Atlantic bluefin tuna. N. Taylor