Age-Dependent Tag Return Models for Estimating Fishing Mortality, Natural Mortality, and Selectivity

@inproceedings{Jiang2007AgeDependentTR,
  title={Age-Dependent Tag Return Models for Estimating Fishing Mortality, Natural Mortality, and Selectivity},
  author={Honghua Jiang and Kenneth H. Pollock and Cavell Brownie and Joseph E. Hightower and John M. Hoenig and William S. Hearn},
  year={2007}
}
Tag return studies play an important role in providing estimates of mortality rates needed for management of many fisheries, but current methods of estimation do not allow age dependence of instantaneous mortality rates. We present models that allow age-dependent fishing and natural mortality rates, an important advance, because there is often substantial variation in age (and size) of fish at tagging. Age dependence of fishing mortality is modeled by assuming that availability to the fishery… CONTINUE READING
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