Long time series in U.S. fisheries oceanography

TitleLong time series in U.S. fisheries oceanography
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2014
AuthorsMcClatchie S., Duffy-Anderson J., Field J.C, Goericke R, Griffith D., Hanisko D.S, Hare J.A, Lyczkowski-Shultz J., Peterson W.T, Watson W, Weber E.D, Zapfe G.
JournalOceanography
Volume27
Pagination48-67
Date Published2014/12
Type of ArticleArticle
ISBN Number1042-8275
Accession NumberWOS:000348828000008
Keywordscalifornia current ecosystem; climate-change; eastern bering-sea; gulf-of-mexico; pelagic juvenile rockfish; pollock theragra-chalcogramma; sardine sardinops-sagax; summer ichthyoplankton assemblages; temporal patterns; walleye pollock
Abstract

Few fisheries oceanography surveys in the United States have sampled hydrography and ichthyoplankton or juvenile fishes for 15 years or more. We describe six long time series surveys, including three from the California Current System, and one each from Alaska (Gulf of Alaska, Bering Sea, and the Arctic), the Northeast US Shelf, and the Gulf of Mexico. We examine the applications of long time series data as well as the output of published analyses, Web-based graphical summaries, and quality controlled data to the broader scientific community (including resource managers and stakeholders). Potential improvements to the surveys using new technologies are evaluated, and possible changes in survey design are discussed. We conclude with a summary of the benefits derived from these long time series fisheries oceanography surveys and make the case for their continuation.

DOI10.5670/oceanog.2014.86
Short TitleOceanography
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