Observer Data Bibliographies

Ackley, DR; et al.Fishing Practices Under Maximum Retainable Bycatch Rates in Alaska’s Groundfish Fisheries. Alaska Fishery Research Bulletin. Vol. 8, no. 1, (2001), pp. 22-44.
Ariz, J; et al.Results of the exploitation of Tuna Schools Associated with Fish Aggrating Devices in Ten Consecutive Fishing Operations.” Collect. Vol. Sci, Pop, ICCAT/Recl. Doc. Sci. CICTA/ Colecc. Doc. Sci. CICTA/Colecc. Doc. Cient. CICAA. Vol. 51, no. 1, (2000), pp. 365-377.
Brady, SL; et alDistribution and Fishery Bycatch of Sea Turtles off the Northeastern United States Coast.” FISHERIES BYCATCH: CONSEQUENCES & MANAGEMENT. (1997), pp. 9-10.
Brothers, N: et alThe Influence of Environmental Variables and Mitigation Measures on Seabird Catch Rates in the Japanese Tuna Longline Fishery Within the Australian Fishing Zone, 1991-1995” Biological Conservation. Vol. 88, no. 1 (April 1999), pp. 85-101.
Carlson, J; et alThe Directed Shark Gillnet Fishery: Right Whale Season, 2002.” SFD Contribution PCB-02/13. (December 2002)
Carlson, J; et alThe Directed Shark Gillnet Fishery: Non-Right Whale Season, 2002.” SFD Contribution PCB-02/12. (December 2002)
Cotter, AJR: et alA PPS Sample Survey of English Fishing Vessels to Estimate Discarding and Retention of North Sea Cod, Haddock, and Whiting.” Fisheries Resarch [Amsterdam] Vol. 55, no. 1-3, (March 2002), pp. 25-35. 
Cramer, JPelagic Longline Bycatch.” Collect. Vol. Sci, Pop, ICCAT/Recl. Doc. Sci. CICTA/Colecc. Doc. Cient. CICCA. Bol. 51, no. 1 (2000), pp. 1895-1930.
Cramer, J; et alShark Bycatch from the US Longline Fleet 1982 Through 1992.” Collect. Vol. Sci, Pop, ICCAT/Recl. Doc. Sci. CICTA/Colecc. Doc. Cient. CICAA. Vol. 51, no. 1 (2000), pp.1830-1941.
Cramer, J; et al.Estimates of the Catch of Undersized Swordfish by the U.S. Large Pelagic Fleet Based on Logbook Reports and Scientific Observations.” Collect. Vol. Sci, Pop, ICCAT/Recl. Doc. Sci. CICTA/Collecc. Doc. Cient. CICAA. Vol. 42, no. 1, (1994), pp.294-302.
Dorn, MW; et alMeasuring Total Catch at Sea: Use of a Motion-Compensated Flow Scale to Evaluate Observer Volumetric Methods” Northern American Journal of Fisheries Management. Vol. 19, no. 4, (Nov. 1999), pp. 999-1006.
Estrella, BT; et alCatch-Per-Unit-Effort and Biological Parameter from Massachusetts Coastal Lobster (Homarus Americanus) Resource: Descriptions and Trends.” NOAA TECH. REP. (1989), pp. 30.
Gerrior, PCharacteristics of the Drift Gillnet Fishery of the United States East Coast, Based on 1989-1994 Observer Data.” FISHERIES BYCATCH: CONSEQUENCES & MANAGEMENT. (1997), PP. 17-20.
Gillis, DMBehavioral Inferences From Regulatory Observer Data: Catch Rate Variation in the Scotian Shelf Silver Hake (Merluccius Bilinearis) Fishery.” Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. Vol. 56, no. 2, (Feb. 1999), pp. 288-296
Goodyear, CPAn Analysis of the Possible Utility of Time-Area Closures to Minimize Billfish Bycatch By U.S. Pelagic Longlines.” Fishery Bulletin. Vol. 97, no. 2, (April 1999), pp. 243-255
Griffin, RBRelationships Between Odentocete Distributions and Zooplankton Community Structure Along the Southern Edge of Georges Bank.” J. Northwest Atl. Fish. Sci. Vol. 22, (Dec. 1997), pp. 27-36
Kobayashi, DR; et al.Evaluation of Shark, Dolphin, & Monk Seal Interactions with Northwestern Hawaiian Island Bottomfishing Activity- A Comparison of 2 Time Periods and an Estimate of Economic-Impacts.” Fisheries Research. Vol. 23, no. 1-2, (May 1995), pp. 11-22.
Lanza H; et al.Seabird Entanglement by Commercial Fisheries in the Northwestern Atlantic.” FISHERIES BYCATCH: CONSEQUENCES & MANAGEMENT. (1997), PP. 18-22
Lee, D; et alOverview of the SEFSC Pelagic Observer Program in the Northwest Atlantic from 1992-1994.” Collect. Vol. Sci, Pop, ICCAT/Recl. Doc. Sci. CICTA/Colecc. Doc. Cient. CICAA. Vol. 45, no. 3, (1996), pp. 355-365.
Matsumoto, T; et alReport of 1999 Observer Program for Japanese Tuna Longline Fishery in the Atlantic Ocean.” Collect. Vol. Sci, Pop, ICCAT/Recl. Doc. Sci. CICTA/Colecc. Doc. Cient. CICAA. Vol. 51, no. 1, (2000), pp. 729-750.
Medley, PEstimating Discards From Catch Species Compositions.” Fisheries Impacts on North Atlantic Ecosystems: Catch, Effort, & National/Regional Data Sets. Vol. 9, no. 3, (2001), pp. 46-51
Overholtz, WJ; et al.Long-term Responses of the Demersal Fish Assemblages of Georges Bank.” Fishery Bulletin [FISH. BULL.] Vol. 83, no. 4, (1985), pp. 507-520.
Pikitch, EK; et alPacific Halibut Bycatch in the Washington, Oregon, and California Groundfish and Shrimp Trawl Fisheries.” North American Journal of Fisheries Management. Vol. 18, no. 3, (Aug. 1998), pp. 569-586
Polovina, JJ; et al.Dive Depth Distribution of Loggerhead (Carretta Carretta) and Olive Ridley (Lepidochelys Olivacea) Sea Turtles in the Central Northern Pacific: Might Deep Longline Sets Catch Fewer Turtles?” Fisheries Bulletin. Vol. 101, no. 1, (Jan. 2003), pp. 189-193
Reinart, JFaroese Fisheries: Discards and Non-Mandated Catches.” Fisheries Impacts on North Atlantic Ecosystems: Catch, Effort, and National/Regional Data Sets. Vol.9, no. 3, (2001), pp. 126-129
Renko, B; et al.Sample Bias: Descriptions of Sources and Potential Effects on Halibut Catch Accounting in the GOA Rockfish Trawl Fishery, 1993-1996.”
Rickey, MHMaturity, Spawning, and Seasonal Movement of Arrowtooth Flounder, Atheresthes-Stomas, off Washington.” Fishery Bulletin. Vol. 93, no. 1, (Jan. 19989), pp. 127-138.
Skuladottir, U.The Bycatch in the Shrimp Fishery of Iceland a Flemish Cap in 1997 and 1998.” Sci. Counc. Res. Doc. NAFO. No. 98/29. (1998), pp. 5.
Walsh, WA; et al.Comparison of Logbook Reports of Incidental Blue Shark Catch Rats by Hawaii-based Longline Vessels to Fishery Observer Data By Application of a Generalized Additive Model.” Fisheries Research [Amsterdam] Vol. 58, no. 1, (Oct. 2002), pp. 79-94.
Walsh, WA; et al.Generalized Additive Model and Regression Tree Analyses of Blue Shark (Pionace Glauca) Catch Rates by the Hawaii-Based Commercial Longline Fishery.” Fisheries Research [Amsterdam] Vol. 53, no. 2, (Oct. 2001), pp. 115-131.
Witzel, WNDistribution and Relative Abundance of Sea Turtles Caught Incidentally by the U.S. Pelagic Longline Fleet in the Western North Atlantic Ocean, 1992-1995.” Fishery Bulletin [FISH. BULL.] Vol. 97, no. 1, (Jan. 1999), pp. 200-211
International Observer Program Data
Cortes, E.Catch Rates of Pelagic Sharks From the Northwestern Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico and Carribean.” Collect. Vol. Sci, Pop, ICCAT/Recl. Doc. Sci. CICTA/Colecc. Doc. Cient. CICAA. Vol. 97, no. 1, (2000), pp. 1876-1881.
Morizur, Y; et al.Incidental Catches of Marine-Mammals in Pelagic Trawl Fisheries of the Northeast Atlantic.” Fisheries Research (Amsterdam)[Fish. Res.] Vol. 4, no. 3, (July 1999), pp. 297-307
Logbook Data
Clapham, PJ; et al.Catches of Humpback and Other Whales from Shore Stations at Moss Landing and Trinidad, California 1919-1926.” Marine Mammal Science. Vol. 13, no. 3, (1997), pp. 368-394.
Friedlander, AM; et alSidescan-Sonar Mapping of Benthic Trawl Marks on the Shelf and Slope off Eureka Ca.” Fishery Bulletin. Vol. 97, no. 4, (Oct. 1999), pp. 786-801.
Gaertner, D; et al.Bycatch of Billfishes by the European Tuna Purse-Seine Fishery in the Atlantic Ocean.” Fishery Bulletin. Vol. 100, no. 4, (Oct. 2002), pp. 683-689.
Miscellaneous Data
Byrd, B; et al.Bottlenose Dolphin Strandings in Northern and Southern Counties of North Carolina November 1997-15 March 2003.”
Byrd, B; et alOpportunistically Observed and Reported Takes of Bottlenose Dolphins in the Striped Base Haul/Beach-Seine Fishery in North Carolina 3 December 2002.
Fox, DS; et alComparison of Commercial Fishery and Research Catch Data". Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. Vol. 53, no. 12, (1996), pp. 2681-2694.
Garrison, LP; et alAbundance of the Coastal Morphotype of Bottlenose Dolphin, Tursiops Truncatus in the U. S. Continental Shelf Waters Between New Jersey and Florida During Winter and Summer 2002