Review of product recovery rates for Alaska groundfish

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U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service, Available from the National Technical Information Service, U.S. Dept. of Commerce , Seattle, Wash, Springfield, Va
Fishery products -- Alaska -- Yields., Fishery processing -- Al
Statementby Loh-Lee Low ... [et al.].
SeriesNOAA technical memorandum NMFS F/NWC -- 175.
ContributionsLow, Loh Lee., United States. National Marine Fisheries Service.
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL15162520M

A Review of product recovery rates for Alaska groundfish. Personal Author: /Regulatory Impact Review/Initial Regulatory Flexibility Analysis for Amendment 93 to the Fishery Management Plan for Groundfish of the Gulf of Alaska - Chinook Salmon Prohibited Species Catch in the Gulf of Alaska Pollock Fishery This document is an Cited by: InNOAA Fisheries increased its collection of cost recovery fees to include four groundfish management programs: American Fisheries Act (AFA), Aleutian Islands (AI) pollock, CDQ, and Amendment These FAQs provide information on these four new groundfish cost recovery.

Fishermen, seafood plant managers, and line foremen will find the recovery and yield data in this booklet invaluable.

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The tables include information for more than 65 species of Pacific fish and shellfish. Average percent recovery is given, from starting material (e.g., raw whole) to end product (e.g., cooked meat). – Alaska Groundfish Harvest Specifications.

The Inseason Management Branch monitors the catch rates of groundfish and prohibited species according to the catch limits and allocations by gear, sector, and seasonal apportionments proscribed in regulation and found in the harvest specifications.

Groundfish External Review Guidelines Revised June 3 Note: As you find ways to improve our assessment presentations and these guidelines, please don’t hesitate to contact Anne or Jim Attachment 1. A Guide to the Preparation of Alaska Groundfish SAFE Report Chapters Alaska Fisheries Science Center June Introduction.

The groundfish fisheries in the Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands (BSAI) and the Gulf of Alaska (GOA) are managed through two separate but complementary fishery management plans (FMPs), the BSAI Groundfish FMP and the GOA Groundfish FMP. Resources Alaska Groundfish Survey Data Map.

This database contains catch per unit effort data for bottom-dwelling groundfish and crab stocks in Alaska collected during the Alaska Fisheries Science Center groundfish surveys in to In general, groundfish fisheries in the U.S. Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ; 3– nm offshore) fall under federal authority (Figure 18), whereas the State of Alaska manages groundfish fishery resources within state territorial (0–3 nm) waters.

In book: The Seafood Industry: Species, Products, Processing, and Safety, Second Edition, pp - 47 Marine Fisheries Review 41(11): fishing mortality rates for the three major groundfish. Alaska's coastal communities depend on healthy marine resources to support commercial and recreational fisheries, tourism, and the Alaskan way of life.

Our mission at NOAA Fisheries Alaska Regional Office is the science-based stewardship of Alaska’s marine resources and their habitats in the Gulf of Alaska, eastern Bering Sea, and Arctic oceans. The State of Alaska manages groundfish fishery resources within state territorial waters (i.e.

0‐3 nm from shore). The Alaska Board of Fisheries was established under Alaska. Alaska Groundfish Fisheries PSEIS Supplemental Information Report, November 4. 1 Introduction.

The North Pacific Fishery Management Council (Council) developed its groundfish management policy infollowing a comprehensive review of the Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands (BSAI) and Gulf of Alaska (GOA) groundfish fisheries. The. Southeast Alaska Sablefish Tag Recovery Drawing Winners (PDF kB) - 3/23/20 Southeast Alaska Directed Lingcod Fishery Announcement (PDF kB) - 3/23/20 Southeast Alaska Groundfish And Shellfish Fishery Commercial Fishery Registrations, Personal Use and Subsistence Permits (PDF kB) - 3/16/ Table outlines the catch and potential yield of fish oil from the Alaska pollock.

Pollock oil can be used as a liver oil or a fish oil. The fatty acid profile is borderline in the omega-3 area, but there are Alaska pollock omega-3 products on the market today.

Table presents some fatty acid data on Alaska pollock oil. Reporting rates were highest in the central () and eastern () Gulf of Alaska, intermediate in the western Gulf of Alaska (), and lowest in the Aleutians () and Bering Sea ().

Alaska Fishery Research Bulletin 8(1)– Maximum retainable bycatch (MRB) is used by managers of Alaska’s commercial groundfish fisher-ies to reduce the harvest rate of a species, which is closed to directed fishing, by limiting the amount of that species that. The tax rate is 3% for established species and 1% for developing species (as designated by the Alaska Department of Fish & Game).

Who determines the statewide average price and where can it be found. The statewide average price (SWAP) is created by the Alaska Department of Fish & Game each year and is usually available in May of each year. A total of specimens of Alaska skate Bathyraja parmifera were collected in the eastern Bering Sea by fisheries observers and during scientific groundfish surveys from to Alaska Department of Fish and Game P.O.

Box W. 8th Street Juneau, AK Office Locations. In the Alaska groundfish fishery for example, the community development quota fishery managed with catch shares has a discard rate 40% lower than the traditionally managed sector.

As discussed in Sectionthe Pacific whiting catch share catcher–processor sector has a discard rate over 30% less than the traditionally managed mothership. Alaska Department of Fish and Game Switch to Section: ADF&G Home Fishing Hunting Subsistence Viewing Education Species Habitat Regulations About Us Join Us News and Events Management & Research Licenses & Permits e-Library Maps & GIS Contact Us.

Comparative static simulations comparing pre- and post-AFA fishery product recovery rates and product mix indicate revenues would have increased by 62% from to View Show abstract. Field-based studies in Alaska have also shown that the different recovery rates between hard-shell and soft-shell crabs were primarily due to elevated handling mortality of soft-shell.

Alaska seafood processor survey (Bottomfish labor study) [Lynn Pistoll] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Lynn Pistoll. Name three gear types used in Alaska groundfish fisheries. What is the Exclusive Economic Zone. The territorial waters of the United States. An area where only US vessels are allowed to travel.

A claim to management of resources up to nautical miles from the US coast. An area managed by the state of Alaska.

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Exchange rates impact all Alaska species, as they alter the value of Alaska products in foreign markets and affect the value of imported co mpeting products in domestic markets. Exchanges rates have generally moved against Alaska since and seafood harvest values have declined.

Ex-Vessel Value of Alaska Seafood vs. U.S. Dollar Value, An evaluation of groundfish harvest policy indicates that contemporary groundfish fisheries in the Gulf of Alaska, Aleutian Islands, and Bering Sea are generally managed conservatively based on stock assessments and reference points for target and overfishing rates.

None of the groundfish stocks in the Alaska region are currently considered to. At about the same time (i.e., beginning in ), large-scale international fisheries for groundfish developed rapidly, and since groundfish resources have been exploited intensively (Bakkala, ) and have dominated the biomass of living resources removed from the eastern Bering and Gulf of Alaska.

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Unlike Japan, which lost free access to waters around the world, the United States gained exclusive access to one of the world's largest fisheries—Alaska groundfish.

Afterwhen the United States declared a nautical-mile fishery zone around its shores, U.S. landings grew, from million metric tons that year to million metric. GROUNDFISH. STOCK ASSESSMENT AND REVIEW PROCESS FOR DRAFT.

December Roster published by the Pacific Fishery Management Council pursuant to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration contract number NA05NMF TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR THE.

GROUNDFISH STOCK ASSESSMENT AND REVIEW PROCESS FOR Introduction 4. Conventional protein recovery system yields %, resulting in a significant amount of proteinous materials unused. Surimi processing also lea mt of refiner discharge in the U.S. each year. Dark muscle fish such as sardine has not been utilized as human food yet.

This project will investigate a new protein recovery system for the functional proteins from Pacific whiting and sardine.The best thing anyone can do is research. Understanding the work environment, the timing and the schedule you are likely to have is the best way to be mentally prepared.B.

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