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Data from: Temporal variation in the vocal behaviour of southern right whales in the Auckland Islands, New Zealand

Trudi Webster, Sofie Van Parijs, Will Rayment & Steve Dawson
Autonomous recorders are frequently utilised for examining vocal behaviour of animals, and are particularly effective in remote habitats. Southern right whales are known to have an extensive acoustic repertoire. A recorder was moored at the isolated sub-Antarctic Auckland Islands for a year to examine whether the acoustic behaviour of southern right whales differed seasonally and throughout the day at their main calving ground in New Zealand. Recordings were made in each month except June, and...

2018 Discard Estimation, Precision, and Sample Size Analyses for 14 Federally Managed Species Groups in the Waters off the Northeastern United States

Susan E. Wigley & C. (Christopher) Tholke
NOAA technical memorandum NMFS-NE ; 243

Design, Implementation, and Results of a Cooperative Research Gulf of Maine Longline Survey, 2014-2017

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NOAA technical memorandum NMFS-NE ; 249

Current Status of Knowledge, Data, and Research Efforts on Atlantic Salmon at Greenland: What Do We Have, What Do We Need, and What Should We Do Moving Forward?

Timothy Francis Sheehan
Northeast Fisheries Science Center Reference Document ; 19-10

Annual Report of the U.S. Atlantic Salmon Assessment Committee Report No. 4 - 1991 Activities

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Annual Report of the U.S. Atlantic Salmon Assessment Committee Report No. 5 - 1992 Activities

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Proposed 2013 Observer Sea Day Allocation

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Post-interaction Mortality Determinations for Sea Turtles in US Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Fishing Gear, 2011-2015

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NOAA technical memorandum NMFS-NE ; 248

Workshop Report: Introduction and Overview of the ROAM (RAFOS Ocean Acoustic Monitoring) Approach to Marine Tracking

Northeast Fisheries Science Center reference document ; 19-15

Estimates of Cetacean and Pinniped Bycatch in Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Bottom Trawl Fisheries, 2012-2016

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NOAA technical memorandum NMFS-NE ; 250

2018 Standardized Bycatch Reporting Methodology Annual Discard Report with Observer Sea Day Allocation

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NOAA technical memorandum NMFS-NE ; 244

Annual Report of the U.S. Atlantic Salmon Assessment Committee Report No. 6 - 1993 Activities

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Annual Report of the U.S. Atlantic Salmon Assessement Committee, Report NO 7-1994 Activities

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Technical Documentation, State of the Ecosystem

State of the Ecosystem 2020: Mid-Atlantic

Speciation in the abyss - genomics and morphology reveal a new species of beaked whale

Emma L. Carroll, Michael R. McGowen, Morgan L. McCarthy, Felix G. Marx, Natacha Aguilar De Soto, Merel L. Dalebout, Sascha Dreyer, Oscar E. Gaggiotti, Sabine S. Hansen, Anton Van Helden, Aubrie B. Onoufriou, Robin W. Baird, C. Scott Baker, Simon Berrow, Danielle Cholewiak, Diane Claridge, Rochelle Constantine, Nicholas J. Davison, Catarina Eira, R. Ewan Fordyce, John Gatesy, G. J. Greg Hofmeyr, Vidal Martin, James G. Mead, Antonio A. Mignucci-Giannoni … & Morten T. Olsen
Earth’s deep oceans remains less well understood than the surface of Mars. Beaked whales (ziphiids) are among the most visible inhabitants of the abyss, due to their large size and worldwide distribution, yet their diversity and ecology remain obscure. We combine genomic and morphometric analyses to reveal a new Southern Hemisphere ziphiid species, Ramari’s beaked whale, Mesoplodon eueu, whose name is linked to the Indigenous people of the lands from which the species holotype and...

US Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico Marine Mammal Stock Assessments - 2017: (Second Edition)

Sean A. (Sean Arthur) Hayes, Elizabeth Josephson, Katherine Maze-Foley, Patricia E. Rosel, Barbie L. Byrd, Samuel Chavez-Rosales, Timothy V. N. Cole, Laura Engleby, 1970- Preston, Joshua M Hatch, Allison Henry, Stacey C. Harstman, J. Litz, Marjorie Lyssikatos, Keith (Keith D.) Mullin, Christopher Orphanides, Richard M. Pace, Debra L. Palka, Melissa S. Soldevilla & Frederick W. Wenzel
NOAA technical memorandum NMFS-NE ; 245

Final Report Summary Report of the 66th Northeast Regional Stock Assessment Review Committee (SARC 66)

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Resource Survey Report Bottom Trawl Survey Cape Hatteras – Gulf of Maine 3 September – 14 November 2019 NOAA Ship Henry B. Bigelow (FSV 225)

Philip J. Politis

Annual Report of the U.S. Atlantic Salmon Assessment Committee Report No. 8-1995 Activities

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2015 Standardized Bycatch Reporting Methodology Annual Discard Report with Observer Sea Day Allocation

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Data from: Genomic signatures of population bottleneck and recovery in Northwest Atlantic pinnipeds

Kristina M. Cammen, Thomas F. Schultz, W. Don Bowen, Michael O. Hammill, Wendy B. Puryear, Jonathan Runstadler, Frederick W. Wenzel, Stephanie A. Wood & Michael Kinnison
Population increases over the past several decades provide natural settings in which to study the evolutionary processes that occur during bottleneck, growth, and spatial expansion. We used parallel natural experiments of historical decline and subsequent recovery in two sympatric pinniped species in the Northwest Atlantic, the gray seal (Halichoerus grypus atlantica) and harbor seal (Phoca vitulina vitulina), to study the impact of recent demographic change in genomic diversity. Using restriction site‐associated DNA sequencing, we assessed...

A real-time PCR assay to detect predation by spiny dogfish on Atlantic cod in the western North Atlantic Ocean.

Steven Pitchford, Brian E. Smith & Richard McBride
Conventional observations show spiny dogfish (Squalus acanthius Linnaeus) rarely eat Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua Linnaeus; 0.02% of stomachs) in the northwestern Atlantic Ocean. Critics express concern that digestion may limit species-level prey identification, and with recovery from overfishing, dogfish populations may be suppressing cod by competition or predation. This study applied a real-time PCR TaqMan assay to identify cod in dogfish stomachs collected by cooperating fishing boats during normal trawling operations (May 2014 – May...

Data from: Separation of realized ecological niche axes among sympatric tilefishes provides insight into potential drivers of co‐occurrence in the NW Atlantic

Jill A. Olin, Oliver Shipley, Robert Cerrato, Paul Nitschke, Cedric Magen & Michael Frisk
Golden and Blueline Tilefish (Lopholatilus chamaeleonticeps and Caulolatilus microps) are keystone taxa in northwest (NW) Atlantic continental shelf‐edge environments due to their biotic (trophic‐mediated) and abiotic (ecosystem engineering) functional roles combined with high‐value fisheries. Despite this importance, the ecological niche dynamics (i.e., those relating to trophic behavior and food‐web interactions) of these sympatric species are poorly understood, knowledge of which may be consequential for maintaining both ecosystem function and fishery sustainability. We used stable isotope...

2019 Standardized Bycatch Reporting Methodology Annual Discard Report with Observer Sea Day Allocation

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NOAA technical memorandum NMFS-NE ; 255

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