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Resource Ecology and Ecosystem Modeling - Data Products

Ecosystem Considerations - Updated November 2016

The Ecosystems Considerations chapter of the 2016 Stock Assessment and Fisheries Evaluation (SAFE) Report is available in a browseable online format at http://access.afsc.noaa.gov/reem/ecoweb/Index.php. This new format provides links and documentation for data sources and also offers direct access to subsets of the data used in the yearly ecosystem assessment.

Stomach Examiner's Tool - Updated November 2016

A comprehensive resource for stomach content analysis, the Stomach Examiner's Tool is available here. Images, morphometric counts, key characteristics used for identifying common prey.

North Pacific Groundfish Diet Composition Maps

Diet composition maps are presented for three key groundfish predators: Pacific cod (Gadus macrocephalus), walleye pollock (Theragra chalcogramma), and arrowtooth flounder (Atheresthes stomias). Diet composition was calculated by station from samples collected during NMFS summer surveys. Diet Compositon Maps.

North Pacific Groundfish Diet Tables

Diet composition of groundfish collected during NMFS summer surveys of the eastern Bering Sea, Gulf of Alaska and Aleutian Islands are presented at here. Diet compostion in presented by predator, year and region.

North Pacific Groundfish Diet Data Download

Raw diet data of groundfish collected during NMFS summer surveys of the eastern Bering Sea, Gulf of Alaska and Aleutian Islands are presented at here. Diet data are available by predator and region.

Life History Database

A database of life history characteristics of Alaska groundfish, as determined by extensive literature review, is now available to the public at http://access.afsc.noaa.gov/reem/LHWeb/index.php. These life history parameters will be a key to developing the next generation of multispecies models.


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