MEY for a short-lived species: A neural network approach
This paper develops a neural network approach to estimate 'Maximum Economic Yield' (MEY) for a short-lived species. Unlike long-lived species, short-lived species are often relatively resistant to fishing pressure, but overall stock availability and MEY can also vary considerably in these fisheries due to environmental factors, such as changes in ocean currents and the weather. We argue that the common CPUE approach results in economic overfishing (lost profitability) if the price of fish...[Show more]
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