This volume presents the proceedings and a symposium overview of the North Pacific Synmposium on Invertebrate Stock Assessment and Management held in March 1995 in Nanaimo, Canada. Sessions were structured around the following six themes: estimation of abundance within the specified areas; spatial distribution of abundance and implications; dynamics of harvested stocks and ecosystems; population modelling and parameter estimation; invertebrate fisheries management; decision making in invertebrate fisheries management.Red king crabs in the eastern Bering Sea were exploited by Japanese fisheries from 1930 to 1940 and 1953 to 1974. ... differentiation among broad provinces ( e.g., Gulf of Alaska, Aleutian Islands, Bering Sea) rather than within smaller geographic areas (Seeb et al. ... To compare our results to published abundance estimates, for purposes of this analysis we treated red king crabs from the eastern Beringanbsp;...
|Title||:||Proceedings of the North Pacific Symposium on Invertebrate Stock Assessment and Management|
|Author||:||Alan Campbell, National Research Council Canada|
|Publisher||:||NRC Research Press - 1998|