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The barents sea cod hcr experience of evaluation and future task yuri kovalev pinro russia

The Barents sea cod HCR: experience of evaluation and future taskYuri KovalevPINRO, Russia


T he 30th session of the joint russian norwegian fishery commission november 2001

The 30th Session of The JointRussian-Norwegian Fishery Commission(November 2001)

  • The Parties agreed to compose:

    BASIC DOCUMENT REGARDING THE MAIN PRINCIPLES AND CRITERIA FOR LONG TERM, SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF LIVING MARINE RESOURCES IN THE BARENTS AND NORWEGIAN SEAS

    Basic Document Working Group has been established to work on it


T he 31st session of the joint russian norwegian fishery commission november 2002

The 31st Session of The JointRussian-Norwegian Fishery Commission(November 2002)

The Parties agreed the management strategies for cod and haddock based on PA referent points and short term forecast (3 years) in order to reduce interannual changes in TAC.

For NEA cod the 10% limit of possible changes in TAC has been proposed.


The new rules for setting the annual fishing quota tac for northeast arctic cod nea cod

The new rules for setting the annual fishing quota (TAC) for Northeast Arctic cod (NEA cod)

  • estimate the average TAC level for the coming 3 years based on Fpa. TAC for the next year will be set to this level as a starting value for the 3 year period.

  • the year after, the TAC calculation for the next 3 years is repeated basing on the updated information about the stock development, however the TAC should not be changed by more than +/- 10% compared with the previous year’s TAC.

  • if the spawning stock falls below Bpa, the Parties should consider a lower TAC than the decision rules would imply.


Bdwg and ices work on evaluation of proposed management strategy the first scientific view

BDWG and ICES work on evaluation of proposed management strategythe first scientific view

  • The rule is incomplete. If SSB<Bpa what reduction of F should be done?

  • Interannual changes in historical stock biomass and catches are considerably higher than 10% proposed for TAC

  • A simulation model is needed to evaluate the effect of applying the rule and to decide: Is it consistent with the precautionary approach?


The barents sea cod hcr experience of evaluation and future task yuri kovalev pinro russia

«Evaluation of the proposed harvest control rule for Northeast Arctic cod»

B. Bogstad, A. Aglen, D. W. Skagen and M.N. Åsnes, IMR, Norway;

Y. Kovalev and N. Yaragina, PINRO, Murmansk, Russia


Nea cod population model and computer program

NEA cod population model and computer program

  • PROST ( PROjections Stochastic, IMR )

  • Recruitmentmodel - the segmented regression approach taking into account a cyclic term and time trend

  • Density-dependent weight at age in stock (weight in catch is a function of weight in stock)

  • Density-dependent maturation


Nea cod population model and computer program uncertainty

NEA cod population model and computer program Uncertainty

  • Recruitmentmodel

  • Exploitation pattern

  • initial stock size and assessment error as normally distributed with CV 0.25


Arctic fisheries working group 2003 2004

Arctic Fisheries Working Group(2003-2004)

- Since 2003 the working group makes prognoses and estimates possible catch options both the usual way and in accordance with the requestof the JRNFC

  • In 2004 the evaluation of the agreed management strategies for cod was done by BDWG and AFWG


Acfm m ay 2004

ACFM May 2004

“The management plan ... has been evaluated through simulations, taking into account the known population dynamics of this stock...

The simulations indicate that the probability of SSB falling below Bpa or Blim is very low ...

AND

the amended rule is consistent with the precautionary approach.”

Since 2004 the basis of ACFM advice on NEA cod is the proposed by JRNFCHCR


Future work on hcr evaluation

Future work on HCR evaluation

  • What is the appropriate level of interannual changes of TAC?

  • Is the HCR suitable for rebuilding the stock? ?

  • Target F (maximum long term yield)


T he 32nd session of the joint russian norwegian fishery commission november 2003

The 32nd Session of The JointRussian-Norwegian Fishery Commission(November 2003)

A scientific work should be initiated to assess the long term yield from important commercial fish stocks in the Barents Sea


The barents sea cod hcr experience of evaluation and future task yuri kovalev pinro russia

Fmaxas a proxy of the F corresponding to the maximum long term yield if cannibalism is density dependent


The maximum long term yield

The maximum long term yield


An assessment of the long term yield

An assessment of the long term yield

First step

The evaluation of maximum expected long-term yield and corresponding fishing mortality for cod on a single-species basis using the model PROST


The effect of northeast arctic cod stock size and capelin biomass on cod cannibalism

The effect of Northeast Arctic codstock size and capelin biomass on cod cannibalism


An assessment of the long term yield1

An assessment of the long term yield

Next steps

Plan of work will be presented to Commission in 2004

The basis is an analysis of the population dynamics of NEA cod taking into account this species interaction with other species which influence the yield from the cod

Including other species priority: capelin, herring, harp seal, minke whale, shrimp, haddock ...


The long term yield hcr estimation and implementation

The long term yield HCR Estimation and Implementation

  • A simulation model is needed to answer the request

  • The basis is an analysis of the population dynamics in order to make an adequate population model

  • Interactions with other species should be taken into account

  • A monitoring is needed after implementation of the rule to correct the model and results in accordance with new knowledge


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