Model and data used for the 2008 stock assessment of rock lobsters (Jasus edwardsii) in CRA 3

By: Starr, P.J.
Contributor(s): Haist, V. (Nanoose Bay, B.C.) | Breen, P.A. (NIWA. Wellington) | Kendrick, Terese H. (Trophia Ltd. Kaikoura).
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSeries: New Zealand fisheries assessment report ; 2009/22.Publisher: Wellington : Ministry of Fisheries, 2009Description: 61 p. : ill. ; 30 cm.ISSN: 0028-8330.Report number: CCMAU4 0905Subject(s): FISHERY MANAGEMENT | ROCK LOBSTERS | MODELS | NEW ZEALAND | FISH STOCKS | JASUS EDWARDSII | SPINY LOBSTERS In: New Zealand fisheries assessment reportSummary: This document describes the assessment model and data used in the 2008 stock assessment of CRA 3. This was the first assessment done for this area since 2004. The assessment was conducted with a previously described multi-stock length-based model (MSLM) that was purpose-built for lobster stock assessments. For the CRA 3 assessment, the model was used as a single-stock model. Some generic changes were made to the model since the previous documentation and these are described. In addition, some non-generic changes (incompatible with the multi-stock option of the model) were made to address specific problems in the CRA 3 assessment.
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This document describes the assessment model and data used in the 2008 stock assessment of CRA 3. This was the first assessment done for this area since 2004. The assessment was conducted with a previously described multi-stock length-based model (MSLM) that was purpose-built for lobster stock assessments. For the CRA 3 assessment, the model was used as a single-stock model. Some generic changes were made to the model since the previous documentation and these are described. In addition, some non-generic changes (incompatible with the multi-stock option of the model) were made to address specific problems in the CRA 3 assessment.

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