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Assessment of 19 Northeast Groundfish Stocks through 2000: A Report to the New England Fishery Management Council's Multi-Species Monitoring Committee

Northern Demersal and Southern Demersal Working Groups, Northeast Regional Stock Assessment Workshop
National Marine Fish Serv., 166 Water St., Woods Hole MA 02543

Web version posted January 9, 2002

Citation: Northern Demersal and Southern Demersal Working Groups, Northeast Regional Stock Assessment Workshop. 2001. Assessment of 19 Northeast groundfish stocks through 2000: a report to the New England Fishery Management Council's Multi-Species Monitoring Committee. Northeast Fish. Sci. Cent. Ref. Doc. 01-20; 217 p.

Information Quality Act Compliance: In accordance with section 515 of Public Law 106-554, the Northeast Fisheries Science Center completed both technical and policy reviews for this report. These predissemination reviews are on file at the NEFSC Editorial Office.

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Section 1. Introduction

Section 2. Stock Assessments

A. Georges Bank Cod
B. Georges Bank Haddock
C. Georges Bank Yellowtail Flounder
D. Southern New England Yellowtail Flounder
E. Cape Cod Yellowtail Flounder
F. Gulf of Maine Cod
G. Gulf of Maine/Georges Bank Witch Flounder
H. Gulf of Maine/Georges Bank American Plaice
I. Georges Bank Winter Flounder
J. Southern New England Winter Flounder

K. Gulf of Maine/Georges Bank White Hake
L. Scotian Shelf/Gulf of Maine/Georges Bank Pollock
M. Gulf of Maine/Georges Bank Redfish
N. Ocean Pout
O. Gulf of Maine/Georges Bank Windowpane
P. Southern New England/Mid-Atlantic Windowpane
Q. Mid-Atlantic Yellowtail Flounder
R. Gulf of Maine Haddock
S. Atlantic Halibut

Section 3. Working Group Comments and Recommendations
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