Analyses of the composite yield per recruit model CYPR14: Input parameters, R scripts, and outputs for the application species

Date 2022-08-31
Author(s) Joseph MunyandoreroORCID1
Affiliation(s) 1 : Fish and Wildlife Research Institute, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, 100 8th Avenue, SE, St. Petersburg, FL 33701–5095, USA; tel: + 1 727 896 8626; fax: +1 727 823 0166; e-mail: Joseph.Munyandorero@MyFWC.com
DOI 10.17882/90241
Publisher SEANOE
Keyword(s) Data-poor stocks, Stock status, Lates stappersii, Lates niloticus, Monte Carlo simulations
Abstract

Growth parameters, R scripts, and analysis outputs that were the basis of the paper Munyandorero –Analyses of the composite yield per recruit model CYPR14 for inferring plausible fishing mortality targets of fish in the tropics, are provided for the application species, Lake Tanganyika’s Lates stappersii and Lake Victoria’s Lates niloticus. The file “ReadMe.txt” found in the “Rprogs” folder may be of interest for an analysist who would run the various R scripts. For further methodological information, please refer to the full paper published at Aquatic Living Resources.

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Zipped folder containing growth parameters, R scripts, and analysis outputs for the CYPR14 analyses 1 MB CSV Open access
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Joseph Munyandorero (2022). Analyses of the composite yield per recruit model CYPR14: Input parameters, R scripts, and outputs for the application species. SEANOE. https://doi.org/10.17882/90241


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Munyandorero Joseph (2022). Analyses of the composite yield per recruit model CYPR14 for inferring plausible fishing mortality targets of fish in the tropics. Aquatic Living Resources