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Jun
21

MRIP Data User Seminar: FES Queries and Custom Domain Analyses

| 1:00 - 2:30 PM ET

The fifth in a series of training sessions for stock assessors, fisheries analysts, and other Marine Recreational Information Program data users.

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Ask MRIP: Answering Your Questions About Survey Errors

NOAA Fisheries' Marine Recreational Information Program responds to questions about different types of survey errors, how they impact our estimates of recreational catch, and what we’re doing to address them.
March 21, 2022 - Feature Story ,
A smiling father sits next to his young son near the bow of a recreational fishing boat, holding a large red drum in his hands. Credit: Jason Battles

Two-track Approach Will Incorporate Gulf State Recreational Fishing Data Into Federal Stock Assessment, Management Process

Statistical calibrations will allow data from state surveys to inform upcoming stock assessments. Short- and long-term research priorities will address congressional directives to review and identify improvements to state and federal surveys.
March 15, 2022 - Feature Story ,
An angler fishing from a boat in the Gulf of Mexico holds a large gag grouper. Decisions made during the recent Gulf State Recreational Catch and Effort Surveys Transition Workshop will allow data from state recreational fishing surveys to inform the federal assessment of fish stocks such as gag grouper, seen here. Credit: Margaret Thompson/FL FWC
Feb
23

Gulf State Recreational Catch and Effort Surveys Transition Workshop

This workshop allowed NOAA Fisheries, its partners, and a team of independent experts to make the decisions necessary to complete a Transition Plan for the use of state recreational fishing data in the federal stock assessment and management process.

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Statistical Calibration Overview

Calibration allows estimates from one survey to be expressed in the units, or "currency," of another. It is often a critical part of transitioning to a new survey design.

Implementation Plan Update Outlines 2022 Recreational Fishing Data Priorities

The Marine Recreational Information Program’s upcoming actions include completing a new strategic plan, implementing new survey and data standards, and continuing to improve its fishing surveys.
December 07, 2021 - Feature Story ,
A smiling child reels in his catch while seated on a fishing boat.
Nov
17

National Academies Stakeholder Webinar on In-Season Management Report

| 2:00 - 3:30 PM ET

A virtual briefing by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine on its new report, "Data and Management Strategies for Recreational Fisheries with Annual Catch Limits."

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MRIP Progress Toward the National Academies' 2017 Recommendations

This report to Congress describes the Marine Recreational Information Program's progress toward the 28 recommendations in a 2017 National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine review.
October 20, 2021 - Report to Congress ,
Feb
22

MRIP Data User Seminar: Custom Domain Analyses

| 1:00 - 2:30 PM ET

The fourth in a series of training sessions for stock assessors, fisheries analysts, and other Marine Recreational Information Program data users.

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Jan
25

MRIP Data User Seminar: MRIP Query Tool

| 1:00 - 2:30 PM ET

The third in a series of training sessions for stock assessors, fisheries analysts, and other Marine Recreational Information Program data users.

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