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ISC/13/SHARKWG-1

7-14 January 2013 La Jolla, USA
Report of the Shark Working Group Workshop

Working Group Working Papers

#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