Results of all QA/QC Exercises
for Yellowtail Flounder, Limanda ferruginea
Sarah Emery (SE) has been working with Yellowtail Flounder at NOAA since 2009, and has 5 years of prior experience. Whole otoliths are viewed with reflected light. Until 2019, scales were impressed in plastic and viewed with a projector.
In tests where agreement is below 90%, bias indicates either the P-value of a Bowker’s test or ‘n/s’ (test not significant at the α = 0.05 level). Structure indicates which part of the fish was used: Scales, Otoliths, or comparisons between the two structures.
*SP married to become SM early in 2009.
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