Report of the eighteenth North Pacific Albacore Workshop
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Report of the eighteenth North Pacific Albacore Workshop National Marine Fisheries Service, Southwest Fisheries Science Center, La Jolla, California, December 4-11, 2002 by North Pacific Albacore Workshop (18th 2002 La Jolla, Calif.)

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Published by National Marine Fisheries Service, Southwest Fisheries Science Center in La Jolla, Calif .
Written in English


  • Albacore fisheries -- North Pacific Ocean -- Congresses.,
  • Albacore fisheries -- North Pacific Ocean -- Statistics.,
  • Albacore -- North Pacific Ocean -- Congresses.,
  • Albacore -- North Pacific Ocean -- Statistics.

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Other titlesNorth Pacific Albacore Workshop.
Statementedited by P.R. Crone and R.J. Conser.
ContributionsCrone, Paul R., Conser, Ray J.
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 92 p. :
Number of Pages92
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16136365M

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  1. Introduction. Albacore (Thunnus alalunga) is a highly migratory species (HMS) with a circumglobal distribution throughout the Atlantic, Indian, and Pacific Ocean the North Pacific, albacore spawn during the early spring and summer months throughout tropical and sub-tropical waters in the western and central Pacific Ocean (WCPO) (Yoshida, , Ueyanagi, , Sund et al., ).Cited by: LAURS: NORTH PACIFIC ALBACORE CalCOFI Rep., Vol. XXIV, m n 0 x c 5 I 0 I- 4 0 r Y 50 0 Others North American Surface Japanese Longline Japanese Pole-and-Line YEAR n Fiaure., 1. Annual catches of North Pacific albacore in the Jaoanese Dole-and-line, Japanese longline, and North American surface fisheries, (Bartoo and. Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. The condition of the North Pacific albacore stock was reviewed at the 12th North Pacific Albacore Workshop in The following is based on the findings of the workshop which considered additional information than that presented here. Firstly, no discussion .

Report / South Pacific Albacore Research Workshop; The albacore fishery in New Zealand waters / by G. Habib [et al.] Report of the Workshop on Long-Range Planning for the North Pacific Albacore Fishery, June , [m Albacore tuna and its fisheries in the Australian fishing zone / report prepared by A.E. Caton and P.J. An Updated Information on Tuna Fisheries of Taiwan Operated in the North Pacific Region. NPALB/00/ 17th North Pacific Albacore Workshop. December , , Taipei, Taiwan. Shui-Kai Chang and Shyh-Bin Wang (). Outline on the data system of albacore longline fishery of Taiwan in the North Pacific Ocean. 3 List of Sessions and Workshops S1 Sept. 25 Environmental changes in the North Pacific and impacts on biological resources and ecosystem services S2 Sept. 28 Microplastics in marine environments: Fate and effects S3 Sept. 26 Below and beyond maximum sustainable yield: Ecosystem reference points S4 Sept. 28 Adverse impacts on coastal ocean ecosystems: how do we best measure, monitor. The International Scientific Committee for Tuna and Tuna-Like Species in the North Pacific Ocean is an intergovernmental body dedicated to advancing fishery science of the North Pacific tuna and tuna-like fishes through cooperation and collaboration.

The North Pacific Albacore Workshop (NPALBW) was established in by informal agreement between the Southwest Fisheries Science Center, National Marine Fisheries Service (USA) and the National Research Institute of Far Seas Fisheries (Japan). The Workshop was conceived to promote and accelerate joint research on north Pacific albacore. This study summarizes US and Japanese historical North Pacific albacore (Thunnus alalunga) tagging data and uses maximum likelihood methods to estimate seasonal migration rates of young North Pacific us studies related to North Pacific albacore migration have found that the frequency of albacore migrations is difficult to quantify because of inadequate amounts of tags released. Acoustic trawl surveys in the California Current during preliminary results and research needs [abstract] Zwolinski, Juan P., David A. Demer, Beverly J. Macewicz, George R. Cutter Jr., Scott A. Mau, David W. Murfin, Josiah S. Renfree, Thomas S. Sessions, and Kevin L. Stierhoff In: Stephanie Flores and Gerard DiNardo (eds.), Proceedings of the Trinational Sardine & Small Pelagics.   Coan, 'US tuna fisheries update; North Pacific albacore fishery', Tuna Newsletter, Is August , p 3. ^Advice provided by the Taiwanese de- legation to South Pacific representatives at a meeting in Singapore in August ^Report of the Third Albacore Research Workshop, October , Noumea, New Caledonia, draft. ^J, Wetherall.