SEDAR 62 Gulf of Mexico Gray Triggerfish

Project Description

SEDAR 62 will be an Assessment following a Standard approach and addresses the stock of Gulf of Mexico Gray Triggerfish.  A workshop to address new data and assessment issues was held May 20-22, 2019  in Miami, Florida.    

Late in the assessment process, an internal review of the assessment identified inaccuracies in essential data inputs that could not be easily reconciled.   The SEFSC determined the best plan of action was to halt work on the S62 assessment.  A new assessment of Gulf of Mexico Gray Triggerfish will be scheduled as soon as practicable. 

For more information, please contact the SEDAR Coordinator for this project, Julie A. Neer:

NOTE: SEDAR Working papers document the methods, datasets, and preliminary analyses that are under consideration at the various workshops 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.



Project Workshops

SEDAR 62 Gulf of Mexico Gray Triggerfish In-person Workshop

Workshop Working Papers

Workshop Reference Documents

Workshop Presentations