Competition and Information Among British Columbia Salmon Purse Seiners
A field study of the British Columbia salmon purse-seine fleet during the 1980s. The data were obtained from a voluntary logbook program and from 51 flights in a Cessna airplane above the fleet.
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Salmon Seine Boats and
Data Collection and Verification
Independence and Distribution of Effort
Competition and Set Strategies
Models of the Fishing Process
Catch and CPUE vs catch per set
Total fleet k vs stationary fleet k
aggregations ANOVA assumptions average line-up behavior boundary British Columbia catch per boat catch per set catch per unit catch rates catchability components correlation CPUE distributions decrease density Discovery Passage distributions of catch dynamics effort levels equation exploitation competition exploitation rates exploited access points Figure fish abundance fishermen fishing area fishing power fleet function gamma distributions high effort hypothesis indicated interference competition Johnstone Strait fishery Kelsey Bay line-up distributions line-up length low effort Malcolm Island maximum likelihood mean catch negative binomial negative binomial distribution non-random normal distributions ns ns ns number of access number of sets observation error open set overflight model parameter estimate negative Poisson predicted purse qualitative form Queen Charlotte Strait queue lengths random relationship Reporting catches represented salmon abundance sample saturated set catches set strategy set type sets per boat skewness skipjack tuna skippers sockeye tides total catch variable variance vessel distributions vulnerable fish