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Tracking Changes on Fishery Economic Performance — Continuous Economic Data Collection Programs for the Hawaii and American Samoa Longline Fisheries 2005–2016
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    The purpose of this report is twofold. First, it provides a first-time comprehensive review of the establishment and implementation of continuous economic data collection programs of two important fisheries, the Hawaii longline fishery and the American Samoa longline fishery, managed under the Western Pacific Regional Fishery Management Council’s fishery management plans. Second, this report presents trends of the economic performance indicators from the beginning of the continuous economic data collection programs, 2005 being the first full year for the Hawaii longline fishery, and 2006 for the American Samoa longline fishery, through 2016. The economic performance indicators presented in this report include not only fishing cost data collected through the data collection programs, but also net revenue information resulting from the integration of primary data (from the economic data collection programs) and secondary economic data. In addition, since database development and management are necessary to ensure data quality and timely products, this report illustrates the database system designs and management associated with products of these economic data collection programs.

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