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ISC/13/SHARKWG-1
7-14 January 2013 La Jolla, USA
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No. Title Authors and Contact
01 Report from the Bayesian Surplus Production model (BSP) workshop: Yokohama, Japan – November 2012 Sippel, T. and N. Takahashi
(tim.sippel_at_noaa.gov)
02 Preliminary catch estimates of north Pacific blue shark from California experimental shark longline fisheries. Teo, S.
(steve.teo_at_noaa.gov)
03 Re-estimation of abundance indices and catch amount for blue shark in the North Pacific. Hiraoka, Y., M. Kanaiwa
and K. Yokawa
(yhira415_at_affrc.go.jp)
04 Estimates of Mexico's blue shark catch from 1976-2010. Sippel, T.
(tim.sippel_at_noaa.gov)
05 Catch statistics, length data and standardized CPUE for blue shark Prionace glauca taken by longline fisheries based in Hawaii and California. Walsh, W. and S. Teo
(william.walsh_at_noaa.gov)
06 Examining size-sex segregation among blue sharks (Prionace glauca) from the Eastern Pacific Ocean using drift gillnet fishery and satellite tagging data. Urbisci, L., R. Runcie,
T. Sippel, K. Piner,
H. Dewar and S. Kohin
(lurbisci_at_gmail.com / suzanne.kohin_at_noaa.gov)
07 Catch and standardized CPUE of the blue shark by Taiwanese large-scale longline fishery in the North Pacific Ocean. Tsai, W.P. and K.M. Liu
(kmliu_at_ntou.edu.tw)
08 Catch and abundance index of the blue shark by Taiwanese small-scale longline fishery in the North Pacific Ocean. Chin, C.P. and K.M. Liu
(kmliu_at_ntou.edu.tw)
09 Genetic population structure of blue sharks (Prionace glauca) in the Pacific Ocean inferred from the microsatellite DNA marker. Taguchi, M. and K. Yokawa
(tagu305_at_affrc.go.jp)