Standardizing harvest rates of finfish caught by shore-based recreational fishers

@article{Tate2019StandardizingHR,
  title={Standardizing harvest rates of finfish caught by shore-based recreational fishers},
  author={Alissa Tate and Johnny Lo and Ute A. Mueller and Glenn A. Hyndes and Karina L. Ryan and Stephen M. Taylor},
  journal={Ices Journal of Marine Science},
  year={2019},
  volume={77},
  pages={2207-2215}
}
Evaluation of fisheries management and sustainability indicators can be supported by a reliable index of harvest rate. However, the most appropriate model that accounts for recreational fisheries is largely unknown. In order to adjust for these factors, generalized linear models were applied to data from shore-based recreational fishing surveys conducted in Western Australia between 2010 and 2016. Five candidate error distributions (lognormal, Gamma, Zero-Altered Gamma, Tweedie, and delta… 

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