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Pink shrimp (Farfantepenaeus duorarum) mean catch per unit effort (CPUE) averaged over a time period (2000-2007). All CPUE values for sample stations falling within a bay/estuarine were averaged. This data are the compilation of fishery-independent data collected by natural resource agencies of the Gulf States (Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida). It is based on trawling samples and made available through the Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine ecoSystems (CAGES) database.
Pink shrimp (Farfantepenaeus duorarum) mean catch per unit effort (CPUE) averaged for each sample station over the time period (2000-2007). This data are the compilation of fishery-independent data collected by natural resource agencies of the Gulf States (Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida). It is based on trawling samples and made available through the Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine ecoSystems (CAGES) database.
The Pink Shrimp catch and effort grid dataset has been assembled directly from the Shellfish Data Units harvest log database located at the Pacific Biological Station (PBS). The dataset has been modified to meet the sensitive nature of the data as per the Access to Information Act20(1)(b,c); which specifies that Fisheries and Oceans Canada will not disclose to a third party confidential information that may prejudice the competitive position of the fisher, in which fishing location has been identified as one of the entities to be protected. There was a 10km x 10km grid used in the desensitization process. As well information was limited to total Effort (kilometre) and total Catch (lbs). The dataset is comprised...
Sampling effort (number of trawls) of brown shrimp (Farfantepenaeus aztecus), pink shrimp (Farfantepenaeus duorarum), white shrimp (Litopenaeus setiferus), Atlantic croaker (Micropogonias undulatus), gray triggerfish (Balistes capriscus), Gulf butterfish (Peprilus burti), lane snapper (Lutjanus synagris), red snapper (Lutjanus campechanus), sand seatrout (Cynoscion arenarius), silver seatrout (Cynoscion nothus), spot (Leiostomus xanthurus), and vermilion snapper (Rhomboplites aurorubens) by 10-minute longitude by latitude blocks summarized from 11,637 40-ft shrimp trawls taken during the Southeast Area Monitoring and Assessment Program (SEAMAP) fishery-independent Summer and Fall Shrimp/Groundfish Surveys from 1987...
In general, ChesMMAP is fishery-independent monitoring survey that uses a large-mesh bottom trawl to sample late juvenile-to-adult fishes in the mainstem of Chesapeake Bay. This program currently provides data on relative abundance, length, weight, sex ratio, maturity, age, and trophic interactions for several important fish species that inhabit the bay seasonally.
NEAMAP stands for NorthEast Area Monitoring and Assessment Program. NEAMAP was developed to meet the needs of fisheries management and stock assessment activities in the northeastern United States. NEAMAP began in 2006 with a fall pilot survey and in 2008 began conducting both a spring and fall survey. NEAMAP samples from Cape Cod, MA south to Cape Hatteras, NC and targets both juvenile and adult fishes. NEAMAP is an integrated, cooperative state/federal data collection program. Its mission is to facilitate the collection and dissemination of fishery-independent information obtained in the Northeast for use by state and federal fisheries management agencies, the fishing industry (commercial and recreational),...
Red snapper juvenile (primarily age 0 and 1), brown shrimp, pink shrimp, and white shrimp catch per unit effort (CPUE) and sampling effort by 10 minute longitude by latitude blocks are summarized from 11,637 40 foot trawls taken during SEAMAP Summer and Fall Shrimp/Bottomfish Surveys from 1987 to 2009. CPUE is expressed as the number caught per 1 hour tow and effort as the number of trawls.
Pink shrimp (Farfantepenaeus duorarum) captured in trawl sampling by natural resource agencies of the Gulf States (Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida) across U.S. Gulf of Mexico estuaries. This information is made possible through the Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine ecoSystems (CAGES) database. The CAGES Relational Database is a compilation of fishery-independent data.
The South Florida Fish and Invertebrate Assessment Network (FIAN) is a monitoring project within the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP). It is an element of the Southern Estuaries module of the Monitoring and Assessment Plan (MAP).The FIAN is designed to support the four broad objectives of MAP: (1) to establish a pre-CERP reference state, including variability, for each of the performance measures; (2) to determine the status and trends in the performance measures; (3) to detect unexpected responses of the ecosystem to changes in stressors resulting from CERP activities; and (4) to support scientific investigations designed to increase ecosystem understanding, cause-and-effect, and interpretation...