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Northeast Fisheries Science Center Reference Document 17-17

Operational Assessment of 19 Northeast Groundfish Stocks, Updated Through 2016

by the Northeast Fisheries Science Center

Web version posted October 18, 2017

Citation: Northeast Fisheries Science Center. 2017. Operational Assessment of 19 Northeast Groundfish Stocks, Updated Through 2016. US Dept Commer, Northeast Fish Sci Cent Ref Doc. 17-17; 259 p. doi: 10.7289/V5/RD-NEFSC-17-17

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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Executive Summary

Individual Stocks

  • Gulf of Maine Atlantic cod
  • Georges Bank Atlantic cod
  • Georges Bank haddock
  • Gulf of Maine haddock
  • Cape Cod - Gulf of Maine yellowtail flounder
  • Southern New England - Mid-Atlantic Yellowtail flounder
  • Georges Bank Winter flounder
  • Southern New England - Mid-Atlantic Winter flounder
  • Gulf of Maine - Georges Bank American plaice
  • Witch flounder
  • Acadian redfish
  • White hake
  • Pollock
  • Atlantic wolffish
  • Gulf of Maine - Georges Bank Windowpane flounder
  • Southern New England - Mid-Atlantic windowpane flounder
  • Ocean pout
  • Gulf of Maine Winter flounder
  • Georges Bank Yellowtail flounder
  • Appendices

  • Terms of Reference for Operational Assessments
  • Outreach Conducted for 2017 Groundfish Operational Assessment
  • Assessment Oversight Panel (AOP) Summary
  • Guidelines for Allowable Changes to Operational Assessments
  • Onsite participants
  • Ecosystem Considerations Report
  • Meeting Presentations and Data Portal

     

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