SEDAR 76 will be an Operational Assessment that addressess the stock of South Atlantic Black Sea Bass. The assessment will take place over a series of webinars from May, 2022 through March 2023. For more information, please contact the SEDAR Coordinator for this project, Kathleen Howington: email@example.com
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.
To submit a public comment for SEDAR 76, please complete the form at the link below.
To view public comments that have been submitted for SEDAR 76, please review the report at the link below.
SEDAR 76 South Atlantic Black Sea Bass process documentation
Workshop Working Papers
- SEDAR 76 – WP01: General Recreational Survey Data for Black Sea Bass in the South Atlantic
- SEDAR 76 – WP02: Standardized video counts of southeast US Atlantic black sea bass (Centropristis striata) from the Southeast Reef Fish Survey
- SEDAR 76 – WP03: Black Sea Bass Fishery-Independent Index of Abundance and Age-Length Compositions in US South Atlantic Waters Based on a Chevron Trap Survey 1990-2021
- SEDAR 76 – WP04: Length and age distributions of Southeast U.S. Atlantic black sea bass (Centropristis striata) from commercial fisheries
- SEDAR 76 – WP05: South Atlantic U.S. black sea bass (Centropristis striata) age and length composition from the recreational fisheries
- SEDAR76-WP06-Black Seabass Length Frequencies and Condition of Released Fish from At-Sea Headboat Observer Surveys, 2005 to 2020.
Workshop Reference Documents
- SEDAR 76 – RD01: Mid Atlantic Council Black Sea Bass Stakeholder Engagement Meeting Summary
- SEDAR 76 – RD02: Snapper Grouper Advisory Panel Black Sea Bass Fishery Performance Report April 2022
- SEDAR 76 – RD03: Swim Bladder Deflation In Black Sea Bass And Vermilion Snapper Potential For Increasing Post Release Survival
- SEDAR 76 – RD04: Discard Composition And Release Fate In The Snapper And Grouper Commercial Hook-And-Line Fishery In North Carolina, USA
- SEDAR 76 – RD05: Estimating Reef Fish Discard Mortality Using Surface And Bottom Tagging Effects Of Hook Injury And Barotrauma
- SEDAR 76 – RD06: Effect Of Catch-And-Release Angling On The Survival Of Black Sea Bass
- SEDAR 76 – RD07: Impairment Indicators For Predicting Delayed Mortality In Black Sea Bass (Centropristis Striata) Discards Within The Commercial Trap Fishery
- SEDAR 76 – RD08: Commercial catch composition with discard and immediate release mortality proportions off the southeastern coast of the United States
- SEDAR 76 – RD09: Discard mortality of black sea bass (Centropristis striata) in a deepwater recreational fishery off New Jersey role of swim bladder venting in reducing mortality
- SEDAR 76 – RD10: Relating trap capture to abundance a hierarchical state-space model applied to black sea bass Centropristis striata
- SEDAR 76 – RD11: Effectiveness of Venting and Descender Devices at Increasing Rates of Postrelease Survival of Black Sea Bass