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Gill Net Selectivity for Fifteen Fish Species of the Upper San Francisco Estuary

  • Author(s): Wulff, Marissa L.;
  • Feyrer, Frederick V.;
  • Young, Matthew J.
  • et al.
Abstract

Gill-net size selectivity for fifteen fish species occurring in the upper San Francisco Estuary was estimated from a data set compiled from multiple studies which together contained 7,096 individual fish observations from 882 gill net sets. The gill nets considered in this study closely resembled the American Fisheries Society’s recommended standardized experimental gill nets for sampling inland waters. Relationships between gill-net mesh sizes and the sizes for each fish species retained in them were estimated indirectly using generalized linear modeling and maximum likelihood. Selectivity curves are provided for each species to inform researchers about population characteristics of fishes sampled with similar gill nets.

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