SEDAR 19 addresses stock assessments for South Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico black grouper and South Atlantic red grouper. The Data Workshop was held June 22-26, 2009 in Charleston, SC, the Assessment workshop was held October 5-9, 2009 in St. Petersburg, FL and the Review workshop was held January 25-29,2010 in Savannah, GA.
NOTICE: SEDAR Working papers document the methods, datasets, and preliminary analyses that are under consideration and therefore do not necessarily represent final consensus opinions of workshop participants. Working paper findings and methods may change following workshop review. Working papers should not be cited without author permission. The findings and conclusions of working papers and workshop reports are those of the authors and participants and do not necessarily represent the views of any agencies involved in SEDAR.
SEDAR 19 Data Workshop
Workshop Working Papers
- S19AW05 A non-equilibrium surplus production model of black grouper (Mycteroperca bonaci) in southeast United States waters
- S19DW01 Black grouper, Mycteroperca bonaci, standardized catch rates from the Marine Recreational Fisheries Statistics Survey in south Florida,1991-2008
- S19DW02 A fishery independent index for black grouper, Mycteroperca bonaci, from Florida Fish and Wildlife Research Institute’s visual survey in the Florida Keys, 1999-2007
- S19DW03 Construction of a headboat index for south Atlantic red grouper
- S19DW04 Construction of a headboat index for black grouper
- S19DW05 Evaluation of the 1960, 1965, and 1970 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service salt-water angling survey data for use in the stock assessment of red grouper ( Southeast US Atlantic) and black grouper ( Southeast US Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico)
- S19DW06 Steepness of spawner-recruit relationships in reef fishes of the southeastern U.S.: A prior distribution for possible use in stock assessment
- S19DW07 South Atlantic Region Recreational Fishery Catches of Red and Black Grouper, 1981 – 2008 and Gulf of Mexico Landings of Black Grouper.
- S19DW08 Length Frequencies and Condition of Released Red Grouper and Black Grouper from At-Sea Headboat Observer Surveys in the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean, 2005 to 2007.
- S19DW09 Age, growth, and maturity of black grouper (Mycteroperca bonaci) – Crabtree and Bullock (1998) revisited
- S19DW10 Ault-Smith Notes on Reef-fish Visual Census (RVC) Population Statistics Estimation for Black Grouper (Mycteroperca bonaci) and Red Grouper (Epinephelus mori) in the Florida Keys and Dry Tortugas Regions
- S19DW11 Patterns of annual abundance of black and red grouper in the Florida Keys and Dry Tortugas based on reef fish visual census conducted by NOAA NMFS.
- S19DW12 A fishery independent index for red grouper, Epinephelus morio, from Florida Fish and Wildlife Research Institute’s visual survey in the Florida Keys, 1999-2007
- S19DW13 United States Commercial Vertical Line and Longline Vessel Standardized Catch Rates of Black Grouper the Gulf of Mexico and South Atlantic, 1993-2008
- S19DW14 United States Commercial Vertical Line Vessel Standardized Catch Rates of Red Grouper in the US South Atlantic, 1993-2008
- S19DW15 Calculated discards of black grouper from commercial vertical line and longline fishing vessels in the Gulf of Mexico and US South Atlantic
- S19DW16 Calculated discards of red grouper from commercial vertical line fishing vessels in the US South Atlantic
- S19DW17 Patterns of annual abundance of red grouper observed in chevron traps set during the MARMAP Survey (1990 – 2008) in the U.S. South Atlantic.
- S19DW18 Standardized catch rates of Atlantic red grouper (Epinephelus morio) from the North Carolina Commercial Fisheries Trip Ticket Program.
- S19DW19 Red grouper standardized catch rates from the Marine Recreational Fisheries Statistics Survey for the southeastern U.S. Atlantic Ocean, 1991-2008
- S19DW20 Standardized catch rates of black grouper. Mycteroperca bonaci, and red grouper, Epinephelus morio, from Florida’s commercial trip tickets, 1991-2008
- S19DW21 Estimated Landings and Discards of Red Grouper in the South Atlantic and Black Grouper in the South Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico Headboat Fishery, 2004-2008.
Workshop Reference Documents
- S19RD01 Reproduction in the protogynous black grouper (Mycteroperca bonaci (Poey) from the southern Gulf of Mexico
- S19RD02 Life history of red grouper (Epinephelus morio) off the coasts of North Carolina and South Carolina
- S19RD03 Trends in catch data and estimated static SPR values for fifteen species of reef fish landed along the southeastern United States
- S19RD04 Density, species and size distribution of groupers (Serranidae) in three habitats at Elbow Reef, Florida Keys
- S19RD05 Population genetic analysis of red grouper, Epinephelus morio, and scamp, Mycteroperca phenax, from the southeastern U.S. Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico
- S19RD06 The 1960 Salt-Water Angling Survey, USFWS Circular 153
- S19RD07 The 1965 Salt-Water Angling Survey, USFWS Resource Publication 67
- S19RD08 1970 Salt-Water Angling Survey, NMFS Current Fisheries Statistics Number 6200
- S19RD09 Age, growth, and reproduction of black grouper, Mycteroperca bonaci, in Florida waters
- S19RD10 Age and growth of the warsaw grouper and black grouper from the southeast region of the United States
- S19RD11 The influence of spear fishing on species composition and size of groupers on patch reefs in the upper Florida Keys
- S19RD12 Aspects of fishing and reproduction of the black grouper Mycteroperca bonaci (Poey, 1860) (Serranidae: Epinephelinae) in the Northeastern Brazil
- S19RD13 Diet composition of juvenile black grouper (Mycteroperca bonaci) from coastal nursery areas of the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico
- S19RD14 Life history of the red grouper (Epinephelus morio) off the North Carolina and South Carolina coast
- S19RD15 Mean Size at Age: An Evaluation of Sampling Strategies with Simulated Red Grouper Data
- S19RD16 Evaluation of average length as an estimator of exploitation status for the Florida coral reef fish community.
- S19RD17 A retrospective (1979-1996) multispecies assessment of coral reef fish stocks in the Florida Keys
- S19RD18 Building sustainable fisheries in Florida’s coral reef ecosystem: positive signs in the Dry Tortugas.
- S19RD19 Are the coral reef finfish fisheries of south Florida sustainable?
- S19RD20 Fishery management analyses for reef fish in Biscayne National Park: bag & size limits
- S19RD21 Site characterization for Biscayne National Park: assessment of fisheries resources and habitats
- S19RD22 Baseline Multispecies Coral Reef Fish Stock Assessment for the Dry Tortugas
- S19RD23 Movement of yellowtail snapper (Ocyurus chrysurus Block 1790) and black grouper (Mycteroperca bonaci Poey 1860) in the northern Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary as determined by acoustic telemetry
- S19RD24 Coral reef fish response to FKNMS management zones: the first ten years (1997-2007)
- S19RD25 Reef fish movements and marine designs
- S19RD26 A Cooperative Multi-agency Reef Fish Monitoring Protocol for the Florida Keys Coral Reef Ecosystem
- S19RD27: The Natural Mortality Rate of Gag Grouper: A Review of Estimators for Data-Limited Fisheries
- S19RD28: Population Assessment of the Scamp, Mycteroperca phenax, from the Southeastern United States
- S19RD29: A Review for Estimating Natural Mortality in Fish Populations
SEDAR 19 Assessment Workshop
Workshop Working Papers
- S19AW01 A hierarchical analysis of red grouper indices.
- S19AW02 Red grouper: Regression and Chapman−Robson estimators of total mortality from catch curve data
- S19AW03 Additions and Updates to Red Grouper data since the SEDAR 19 Data Workshop
- S19AW04 Red Grouper: Predecisional Surplus–production Model Results
- S19AW06 Catch curves from two periods in the black grouper fishery
- S19AW07 A statistical catch-age model for red grouper: mathematical description, implementation details, and computer code.
- S19AW08 Assessment history of black grouper (Mycteroperca bonaci) in the southeast U. S. waters
Workshop Reference Documents
- CIE Reviewer Report – Kupschus
- S19RD30 Bottom longline fishery bycatch of black grouper from observer data
- S19RD31 Characterization of the shark bottom longline fishery: 2007
- S19RD32 2009 Gulf of Mexico Red Grouper Update Report
- S19RD33 Aspects of the Life History of Red Grouper, Epinephelus morio, Along the Southeastern United States
SEDAR 19 Review Workshop
Workshop Working Papers
- S19RW01 A statistical catch-age model for red grouper: mathematical description, implementation details, and computer code