Stock Assessment of Nehu, Encrasicholina Purpurea, Using the Egg Production Method
Nehu, Encrasicholina purpurea, are short lived, tropical anchovies used as baitfish for the Hawaiian pole-and-line tuna fishery. The spawning biomass of nehu within Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, was estimated weekly using the Daily Egg Production Method (DEPM). Over the 2-year study period, spawning biomass varied between 0.5 and 5.0 metric tons in response to the intensive fishery and a seasonal cyclicity in reproductive effort.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1993-09-01
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