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Applied Fisheries Oceanography: Ecosystem Indicators of Ocean Conditions Inform Fisheries Management in the California Current Public Deposited

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  • Fisheries oceanography is the study of ecological relationships between fishes and the dynamics of their marine environments and aims to characterize the physical, chemical, and biological factors that affect the recruitment and abundance of harvested species. A recent push within the fisheries management community is toward ecosystem-based management. Here, we show how physical and biological oceanography data can be used to generate indicators of ocean conditions in an ecosystem context, and how these indicators relate to the recruitment of salmonids, sablefish, sardines, and rockfish in the California Current.
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  • Peterson, W. T., Fisher, J. L., Peterson, J. O., Morgan, C. A., Burke, B. J., & Fresh, K. L. (2014). Applied fisheries oceanography: Ecosystem indicators of ocean conditions inform fisheries management in the California Current. Oceanography, 27(4), 80-89. doi:10.5670/oceanog.2014.88
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  • We are grateful for the funding we have received to generate a 19-year time series of hydrography, copepods, and ichthyoplankton from the Newport Hydrographic Line, chiefly from the US Global Ocean Ecosystem Dynamics (GLOBEC) program and NOAA Stock Assessment Improvement Programs but also from the Office of Naval Research-National Oceanographic Partnership Program, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and Oregon Sea Grant. Support for salmon sampling and partial support for Web-page development is from the Bonneville Power Administration (project 1998-014-00) and the Biological Opinion (BiOP) program. Preparation of this paper was supported by the NOAA-Fisheries and the Environment Program (FATE).
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