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ISC/14/SHARKWG-3
19-26 November 2014 Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico
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Working Group Working Papers
No. Title Authors and Contact
01 Description of the Hawaii Longline Observer Program. T. Sippel, N. Nasby-Lucas, S. Kohin
(tim.sippel_at_noaa.gov)
02 Catch data for shortfin mako shark reported by fishery observers from Mexican shark longline and driftnet fisheries in the North Pacific in 2006-2014. J.L. Castillo-Geniz, C.J. Godinez-Padilla, H.A. Ajás-Terriquez, L.V. González-Ania
(leonardo.castillo_at_inapesca.gob.mx)
03 Catches of shortfin mako sharks from U.S. commercial and recreational fisheries in the North Pacific Ocean. T. Sippel, F. Carvalho, S.L.H. Teo, S. Kohin
(tim.sippel_at_noaa.gov)
04 Distribution, body length and abundance of blue shark and shortfin mako in the Northwestern Pacific Ocean based on longline research vessels from 2000 to 2014. S. Ohshimo, Y. Fujinami, K. Shiozaki, M. Kai, Y. Semba, N. Katsumata, D. Ochi, H. Matsunaga, H. Minami, K. Yokawa
(oshimo_at_affrc.go.jp)
05 Evaluation of growth band counts precision in the vertebrae of shortfin mako sharks caught in the Mexican Pacific. J. Tovar-Ávila, D.A. Chávez-Arrenquín, J. Leonardo-Castillo-Géniz, D. Corro-Espinosa, C.J. Godínez-Padilla, G. Andrade-Domínguez, A. Torres, J.F. Márquez-Farías, R.E. Lara-Mendoza, J.E.O. Soto, A.R. Valencia, L.D.C. Collín
(javier.tovar_at_inapesca.sagarpa.gob.mx)
06 Oxytetracycline age validation of an adult shortfin mako shark after six years at liberty. M.J. Kinney, R.J.D. Wells, S. Kohin
(michael.kinney_at_noaa.gov)
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08 Standaradized abundance index of juvenile shortfin mako shark (Isurus oxyrinchus) based on fishery independent survey in the Southern California Bight (1994-2013). R.M. Runcie, Y. Xu, J. Wraith, S. Kohin
(Rosa.Runcie_at_noaa.gov)
09 Standardized catch rates of shortfin mako shark in the U.S. West Coast drift gillnet fishery. H.H. Lee, K. Piner, S.L.H. Teo, S. Kohin
(Huihua.lee_at_noaa.gov)
10 Standardized catch rates of shortfin mako shark (Isurus oxyrinchus) caught by the Hawaii-based pelagic longline fleet (2002-2013). F. Carvalho, G. DiNardo
(felipe.carvalho_at_noaa.gov)
11 CPUE standardization and catch estimate of shortfin mako shark by Taiwanese large-scale tuna longline fishery in the North Pacific Ocean. W.P. Tsai, K.M. Liu
(kmliu_at_mail.ntou.edu.tw)
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13 Developing and testing a State-space Production Model for the shortfin mako shark in the North Pacific Ocean. F. Carvalho, H.H. Lee, Y.J. Chang, G. DiNardo
(felipe.carvalho_at_noaa.gov)
14 CPUE standardization for shortfin mako, Isurus oxyrinchus, of the Japanese Longline Fishery in the North Pacific Ocean. M. Kai, Y. Semba, K. Shiozaki, S. Oshimo, K. Yokawa
(kaim_at_affrc.go.jp)
15 Counting of concentric bands in vertebrae of mako shark of the North Pacific Ocean. J.F. Márquez-Farías, R.E. Lara-Mendoza
(fermqz_at_yahoo.com)
16 Standardized catch rates for mako shark (Isurus oxyrinchus) in the 2006-2014 Mexican Pacific longline fishery based upon a shark scientific observer program. L.V. González-Ania, J.I. Fernández-Méndez, J.L. Castillo-Géniz
(luis.gania_at_inapesca.gob.mx)
17 Estimations of the Shortfin Mako Shark (Isurus oxyrinchus) catches by Mexican Pacific fisheries (1976-2013). O. Sosa-Nishizaki, L.E. Saldaña-Ruiz, D. Corro-Espinosa, J. Tovar-Ávila, J.L. Castillo-Géniz, H. Santana-Hernández, J.F. Márquez-Farías
(ososa_at_cicese.mx)
Info/01 Growth and spatiotemporal distribution of juvenile shortfin mako, Isurus oxyrinchus, in the western and central North Pacific. M. Kai, K Shiozaki, S. Ohshimo, K. Yokawa
(kaim_at_affrc.go.jp)
Info/02 Spatial and temporal patterns in the size and sex of shortfin mako sharks from US and Japanese commercial fisheries: a synthesis to guide future research. T. Sippel, S. Ohshimo, K. Yokawa, Y. Semba, M. Kai, F. Carvalho, M. Kinney, S. Kohin
(tim.sippel_at_noaa.gov)
Info/03 Preliminary Overview of the SPC Data holdings in the North Pacific with respect to Mako shark caught by NON-ISC members, and ISC members in the north Pacific EEZ's (excluding USA).