Local influence diagnostics for quasi-likelihood and lognormal estimates of a biological reference point from some fish stock and recruitment models.

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We present local influence diagnostics to measure the sensitivity of a biological limit reference point (LRP) estimated from fitting a model to stock and recruitment data. LRPs are low levels of stock size that the management of commercial fisheries should avoid with high probability. The LRP we examine is the stock size at which recruitment is 50% of the… (More)

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@article{Cadigan2006LocalID, title={Local influence diagnostics for quasi-likelihood and lognormal estimates of a biological reference point from some fish stock and recruitment models.}, author={Noel G. Cadigan}, journal={Biometrics}, year={2006}, volume={62 3}, pages={713-20} }