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Clay E. Porch
Clay E. Porch
Science and Research Director, Southeast Fisheries Science Center, NOAA Fisheries
Verified email at noaa.gov
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Virtual population analyses of Atlantic bluefin tuna with alternative models of transatlantic migration: 1970-1997
CE Porch, SC Turner, JE Powers
Col. Vol. Sci. Pap. ICCAT 52 (3), 1022-1045, 2001
842001
A catch-free stock assessment model with application to goliath grouper (Epinephelus itajara) off southern Florida
CE Porch, AM Eklund, GP Scott
822006
Targets and limits for management of fisheries: a simple probability-based approach
MH Prager, CE Porch, KW Shertzer, JF Caddy
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 23 (2), 349-361, 2003
812003
A new growth model for red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus) that accommodates seasonal and ontogenic changes in growth rates
CE Porch, CA Wilson, DL Nieland
802002
The sustainability of western Atlantic bluefin tuna: a warm-blooded fish in a hot-blooded fishery
CE Porch
Bulletin of Marine Science 76 (2), 363-384, 2005
582005
A numerical study of larval fish retention along the southeast Florida coast
CE Porch
Ecological Modelling 109 (1), 35-59, 1998
561998
A review of stock assessment packages in the United States
CM Dichmont, RA Deng, AE Punt, J Brodziak, YJ Chang, JM Cope, ...
Fisheries Research 183, 447-460, 2016
512016
Effect of circle hook size on reef fish catch rates, species composition, and selectivity in the northern Gulf of Mexico recreational fishery
WF Patterson III, CE Porch, JH Tarnecki, AJ Strelcheck
Bulletin of Marine Science 88 (3), 647-665, 2012
412012
An Assessment of the Red Snapper Fishery in the U. S. Gulf of Mexico Using a Spatially-Explicit Age-Structured Model
CE PorCh
American Fisheries Society Symposium 60, 325-351, 2007
382007
Improving the science and management of data-limited fisheries: an evaluation of current methods and recommended approaches
D Newman, T Carruthers, A MacCall, C Porch, L Suatoni
Natural Resources Defense Council, NRDC report R, 14-09, 2014
322014
The efficacy of VPA models in the presence of complicated movement patterns
C Porch, P Kleiber, S Turner, J Sibert, R Bailey, JL Cort
Collective Volume of Scientific Papers-International Commission for the …, 1998
291998
Reconstructing the commercial landings of red snapper in the Gulf of Mexico from 1872 to 1963
CE Porch, SC Turner, MJ Schirripa
American Fisheries Society Symposium 60, 337-353, 2007
282007
VPA-2BOX Version 3.01 User’s guide
CE Porch
NOAA Fisheries Southeast Fisheries Science Center Sustainable Fisheries …, 2003
272003
Estimating the dependence of spawning frequency on size and age in Gulf of Mexico Red Snapper
CE Porch, GR Fitzhugh, ET Lang, HM Lyon, BC Linton
Marine and Coastal Fisheries 7 (1), 233-245, 2015
242015
Virtual population analyses of Atlantic bluefin tuna incorporating movement and tagging data
CE Porch, VR Restrepo, SC Turner, GP Scott
ICCAT Document SCRS/94/73. Collective Volume of Scientific Papers, ICCAT 44 …, 1995
231995
Simulating the dynamic trends of fisheries regulated by small daily bag limits
CE Porch, WW Fox Jr
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 119 (5), 836-849, 1990
231990
Stock assessment of Red Snapper in the Gulf of Mexico 1872–2013, with provisional 2014 landings
SL Cass-Calay, CE Porch, DR Goethel, MW Smith, V Matter, KJ McCarthy
SEDAR Update Assessment, 2015
222015
Experimental assessment of circle hook performance and selectivity in the northern Gulf of Mexico recreational reef fish fishery
SB Garner, WF Patterson III, CE Porch, JH Tarnecki
Marine and Coastal Fisheries 6 (1), 235-246, 2014
222014
Modeling the dependence of batch fecundity on size and age for use in stock assessments of Red Snapper in US Gulf of Mexico waters
CE Porch, GR Fitzhugh, MS Duncan, LA Collins, MW Jackson
American Fisheries Society Symposium 60, 229-243, 2007
222007
Status of gag in the Gulf of Mexico, Assessment 3.0
SC Turner, CE Porch, D Heinemann, GP Scott, M Ortiz
Sustainable Fisheries Division Contribution SFD 1, 02-134, 2001
222001
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