SEDAR 7 Gulf of Mexico Red Snapper Data Workshop
Workshop Working Papers
S7DW02 Calibration Among the Separate Trawl Survey Programs to Extend the Time Series for Juvenile Snapper Indexes
S7DW04 Behavior and Swimming Performance of red Snapper: Its Application to Shrimp Trawl Bycatch Reduction
S7DW05 Observer Coverage of the US Gulf of Mexico and Southeastern Atlantic Shrimp Fishery, February 1992-December 2003 - Methods
S7DW07 Bioeconomic Simulation Analysis of Alternative Bycatch, Commercial, and Recreation Policies for the Recovery of Gulf of Mexico Red Snapper
S7DW09 Distribution, Abundance, and Age Structure of Red Snapper (Lutjanus campechanus) Caught on Research Longlines in U.S. Gulf of Mexico
S7DW11 Assessment of the Distribution and Abundance of Coastal Sharks in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico and Eastern Seaboard, 1995 and 1996
S7DW12 Estimation of Prey Biomass Necessary to Maintain the Equilibrium Standing Stock Biomass of Red Snapper (Lutjanus campechanus), at Various Levels, in the Gulf of Mexico
S7DW13 The Steepness Stock-Recruit Parameter for Red Snapper in the Gulf of Mexico (Lutjanus campechanus): What Can Be Learned From Other Fish Stocks?
S7DW14 The Potential for Incorporating a Larval Index of Abundance for Stock Assessment of Red Snapper, Lutjanus Campechanus
S7DW16 Retrospective Coding of Dual Size Classes of Size Frequency Data for Red Snapper Collected During SEAMAP Shrimp/BottomFish surveys
S7DW19 Estimating Catches and Fishing Effort of the Southeast United States Headboat Fleet, 1972-1982.
S7DW21 Fishery independent estimation of abundance, age frequency, growth rates, and mortality of red snapper Lutjanus campechanus, in the northeast Gulf of Mexico.
S7DW25 Using scenario-based population dynamics modeling to prioritize those parameters in Gulf of Mexico red snapper stock assessment where uncertainty should be taken into account
S7DW26 Using demographic analysis to evaluate the stock resilience implications and plausibility of life history parameter values assumed for Gulf of Mexico red snapper.
S7DW35 Characterization of red snapper (Lutjanus campechanus) reproduction: for the 2004 Gulf of Mexico SEDAR. NOAA, NMFS, Panama CityLaboratory. Contribution Series: 04-01.
S7DW36 Red snapper otoliths selected for aging at NMFS Panama City Laboratory and discussion of future sampling targets. NOAA, NMFS, Panama City Laboratory. Contribution Series: 04-02
S7DW37 Analysis of Total Fishing Mortality for Gulf of Mexico Red Snapper Contributed by Shrimp Trawl Bycatch and Commercial and Recreational Fisheries (Including Discards)
S7DW38 Status of bycatch reduction device performance and research in Norh-Central and Western Gulf of Mexico
S7DW41 Alternative catch rate indices for red snapper (Lutjanus campechanus) landed during 1981-2003 by the U.S. recreational fishery in the Gulf of Mexico using MRFSS and Texas Parks and Wildlife Department data sets.
S7DW42 Standardized catch rates of red snapper (Lutjanus campechanus) from the United States headboat fishery in the Gulf of Mexico during 1986-2002
S7DW44 Estimation of species misidentification in the commercial landing data of red snappers in the Gulf of Mexico.
S7DW45 Size frequency distribution of red snapper from dockside sampling of commercial landings in the Gulf of Mexico 1984-2003 (TIP size data)
S7DW46 Size frequency distribution of red snapper from dockside sampling of recreational landings in the Gulf of Mexico 1984-2003 (TXPW, MRFSS, and headboats size data)
S7DW47 Standardized catch rates of red snapper (Lutjanus campechanus) from the United States commercial handline fishery in the Gulf of Mexico during 1996-2003
S7DW49 A priori estimates of natural mortality rates and stock-recruitment curve steepness for Gulf of Mexico red snapper
S7DW50 An age-structured assessment model for red snapper that allows for multiple stocks, fleets, and habitats.
S7DW56 Some methods of calculating catch at age of the directed fisheries for red snapper in the Gulf of Mexico, 1984-2002
S7RD01 Description of a simple electronic logbook designed to measure effort in the Gulf of Mexico shrimp fishery.
S7RD02 An evaluation of an electronic logbook (ELB) as a more accurate method of estimating spatial patterns oftrawling effort and bycatch in the Gulf of Mexico shrimp fishery.
S7RD03 Movement of red snapper, Lutjanus campechanus, in the North central Gulf of Mexico: Potential effects of hurricanes
S7RD05 Consolidated Report of the Peer Review of Red Snapper (Lutjanus campechanus) Research and Management in the Gulf of Mexico anon.
S7RD06 Stock Structure of red snapper in the Northern Gulf of Mexico: Is there management as a single stock justified based on spatial and temporal patters of genetic variation, otolith microchemistry,and growth rates?
S7RD07 Red snapper discards in Texas coastal waters—a fishery dependent onboard survey of recreational headboat discards and landings.
S7RD08 Age and growth of red snapper, Lutjanus campechanus, from an artificial reef area off Alabamain northern Gulf of Mexico