Evaluation of Tag Mixing Assumptions for Skipjack , Yellowfin and Bigeye Tuna Stock Assessments in the Western Pacific and Indian Oceans

  title={Evaluation of Tag Mixing Assumptions for Skipjack , Yellowfin and Bigeye Tuna Stock Assessments in the Western Pacific and Indian Oceans},
  author={Dale Kolody and dale. kolody and Simon D. Hoyle},
Tagging (or mark-recapture) studies generally require the assumption that tagged and untagged individuals (of a particular demographic group) are equally likely to be captured. For tuna, this usually translates into the assumption that tagged fish released from a relatively small region (selected for logistical reasons) mix rapidly over a much broader region of interest. In this paper, we apply the Comparison of Paired Recovery Distribution (CPRD) analysis to skipjack (Katsuwonus pelamis… CONTINUE READING
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