Data from: A statistical framework to explore ontogenetic growth variation among individuals and populations: a marine fish example

Morrongiello JR, Thresher RE

Date Published: August 28, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.q9h64

 

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Title environmental data
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Description Environmental covariates used in the analysis of inter-annual growth variation. Year: 1 Jan – 31 Dec. Area: fishing area (see figure 1). Centlat: central latitude of fishing area. Centlong: central longitude of fishing area. Bottomtemp: annual average bottom temperature (oC) for each fishing area based on SynTS and HadISST data sets. See appendix B for methodological details. CPUE: annual average catch per unit effort (CPUE) for each fishing area. See appendix B for methodological details.
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Title increment averages
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Description Table of otolith increment measurements averaged by age and year for each fishing area. Area: fishing area. Year: 1 Jan – 31 Dec. Age1- Age18: fish ages.
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Title incrmement measurements
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Description Raw increment measurements and biological data for 4318 (of 6143) fish from fishing areas EBS and ETAS. This subset represents ~74% of increment data used in analyses. The full data set has not been published as it underpins commercially sensitive stock assessments and is held by CSIRO in confidence on behalf of AFMA. Requests for the full data set will be considered on a case by case basis and must be directed to Dr David Smith, Research Director Marine Resources & Industries, CSIRO Oceans & Atmosphere Flagship. David(dot)C(dot)Smith(at)csiro(dot)au. Area: fishing area; FishID: unique identifier for each individual; Sex: M or F; Gear:otter trawl (OT), Danish seine (DS) or unknown; Capyear: capture year; Capmonth: capture month; Floorlength: fish length (cm) rounded down to the nearest whole number; AdjAge: adjusted fish age, based on increment count, otolith edge type, date of capture and the species’ nominal birthday (1 Jan). This is the age-at-capture variable in the paper, and is a fish’s age in whole years; DeciAge: decimal age based on date of capture in relation to birth date; Radius: otolith radius along measuring transect in mm; YOB: year of birth, or year class. Year: calendar year in which a given increment was deposited; Age: age in years corresponding to a given increment; Increment: width of otolith annuli in mm
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Title tiger flathead biochronologies
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Description Sheet 1: Estimated annual average growth tiger flathead for each fishing area (figure 4a-g & figure 5). Sheet 2: estimated cohort specific growth for each fishing area (figure 4h-n). Year: 1 Jan – 31 Dec. Area: fishing area (see figure 1). Bottomtemp: annual average bottom temperature (oC) for each fishing area. See appendix B for methodological details. annualgrowth: estimate of annual average growth (in mm) derived from model BLUPs. cohortgrowth: estimate of cohort-specific growth (in mm) derived from model BLUPs. SE: standard error.
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Morrongiello JR, Thresher RE (2015) A statistical framework to explore ontogenetic growth variation among individuals and populations: a marine fish example. Ecological Monographs, 85(1): 93-115. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/13-2355.1

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Morrongiello JR, Thresher RE (2014) Data from: A statistical framework to explore ontogenetic growth variation among individuals and populations: a marine fish example. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.q9h64
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