SEDAR 4 Data Workshop
Workshop Working Papers
S4DW04 Summary information on commercial fishing operations in Puerto Rico from 1969 2001 and reporting rates needed to adjust commercial landings
S4DW05 Summarized reported commercial landings in Puerto Rico from 1969 2001 with specific notes on the silk snapper landing category
S4DW08 Preliminary Estimation of Reported Landings, Expansion Factors and Expanded Landings for the Commercial Fisheries of the United States Virgin Islands
S4DW09 Preliminary species composition estimates of TIP samples from commercial landings in the U.S. Virgin Islands
S4DW10 Standardized Catch Rates of Silk Snapper, Lutjanus vivanus, from the St. Croix U.S.Virgin Islands Handline Fishery during 1984 1997
S4DW11 Standardized Catch Rates of Queen Snapper, Etelis oculatus, from the St. Croix U.S. Virgin Islands Handline Fishery during 1984 1997
S4DW14 Size frequency distributions of silk snapper and queen snapper from dockside sampling of commercial landings in the U.S. VI
S4DW15 Preliminary information on the recreational catch of silk, queen, and blackfin snapper, from 2000 through 2002 in Puerto Rico with additional notes on sand tilefish
S4DW17 Age, growth and reproductive biology of the blueline tilefish, Caulolatilus microps, along the southeastern coast of the United States, 1982-99.
S4DW18 Age, growth and reproduction of tilefish, Lopholatilus chamaeleonticeps, along the southeast Atlantic coast of the United States, 1980-87 and 1996-98.
S4DW23 Preliminary size frequency information for silk, queen, and blackfin snapper from the Puerto Rico commercial fisheries from 1985 through 2002 with additional notes on sand tilefish
S4DW26 Estimating catches and fishing effort of the southeast united states headboat fleet, 1972-1982
S4DW27 Trends in Catch Data and Estimated Static SPR Values for Fifteen Species of Reef Fish Landed along the Southeastern United States, February 1998.
S4DW28 Trends in Catch Data and Estimated Static SPR Values for Fifteen Species of Reef Fish Landed along the Southeastern United States, February 2001.