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Adjustments to false killer whale and short-finned pilot whale bycatch estimates
  • Published Date:
    2010
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    Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center (U.S.)
  • Description:
    "The purpose of this report is to present different methodologies for estimating the bycatch in two situations that require splitting an estimate of bycatch into two categories. The first situation pertains to the false killer whale bycatch estimates in the overlap zone and splitting it into bycatch estimates for the Hawaii insular and pelagic stock of false killer whales. The second situation involves splitting the estimated bycatch of blackfish (a blackfish is either a false killer whale or a short-finned pilot whale but which of these two is unknown) into bycatch estimates of blackfish that are false killer whales and blackfish that are short-finned pilot whales"--Introduction.

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