Data from: Impact of disease on the survival of three commercially fished species

Hoenig JM, Groner ML, Smith MW, Vogelbein WK, Taylor DM, Landers Jr. DF, Swenarton JT, Gauthier DT, Sadler P, Matsche MA, Haines AN, Small HJ, Pradel R, Choquet R, Shields JD

Date Published: June 14, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.f56v8

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Title Snow crab recapture data 2006-2008, Conception Bay
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Description Snow crabs from Conception Bay that were recaptured after a tagging study initiated in 2006. DAL= days at large, M= disease status at tagging (0=healthy, 1=diseased), disease (bitter crab disease) was diagnosed by visual assessment of the carapace. Data on crabs that were not recaptured is excluded.
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Title MD_Striped bass mark-recapture mycobacteriosis
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Description Data from tag-recapture study of striped bass in Chesapeake Bay, Maryland from 2007-2011. Tag=tag identifier, rel_date= release date, dal= days at large (between tagging and recapture, NA animals were not recaptured), tl= total length at tagging, rel_dc= disease status at release (0= healthy, 1= mild diseased, 2=moderate disease, 3=severe disease, see manuscript for further description).
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Title VA_Striped bass mark-recapture mycobacteriosis
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Description Data from tag-recapture study of striped bass in Chesapeake Bay, Virginia from 2005-2014. Tag=tag identifier, rel_date= release date, dal= days at large (between tagging and recapture, NA animals were not recaptured), tl= total length at tagging, rel_dc= disease status at release (0= healthy, 1= mild diseased, 2=moderate disease, 3=severe disease, see manuscript for further description).
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Title American lobster Recapture data- LIS - Epizootic shell disease
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Description Data on recaptures only from American lobsters tagged and recaptured by the Millstone Environmental Lab in Millstone, CT. Data file includes: tag_num: unique tag identifier, rel_month: month of tagging, rel_day: day of tagging, rel_year: year of tagging, sex, rel_carapace_length: carapace length at tagging, male:1 if male, ovig: 1 if ovigerous female at tagging, female: 1 if non-ovigerous female at tagging, dal: days at large between tagging and release, disease_status: disease status at tagging (0 is healthy, 1 is mildly diseased (<10% of carapace with lesions), 2 is moderately diseased (10-50% of carapace with lesions), 3 is severely diseased (>50% of carapace with lesions)), recap_date: date a recapture. Data on animals that were tagged and not recaptured or were recaptured in other locations are not included in this dataset.
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Hoenig JM, Groner ML, Smith MW, Vogelbein WK, Taylor DM, Landers Jr. DF, Swenarton JT, Gauthier DT, Sadler P, Matsche MA, Haines AN, Small HJ, Pradel R, Choquet R, Shields JD (2017) Impact of disease on the survival of three commercially fished species. Ecological Applications 27(7): 2116-2127. https://doi.org/10.1002/eap.1595

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Hoenig JM, Groner ML, Smith MW, Vogelbein WK, Taylor DM, Landers Jr. DF, Swenarton JT, Gauthier DT, Sadler P, Matsche MA, Haines AN, Small HJ, Pradel R, Choquet R, Shields JD (2017) Data from: Impact of disease on the survival of three commercially fished species. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.f56v8
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