California Department of Fish and Wildlife

Nearshore Fishery Management Plan (NFMP): Section 1, List of Figures

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Range distributions for egg nests, juvenile and adult cabezon.

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Common and entire range distribution for adult kelp greenling.

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Common and entire range distribution for adult rock greenling.

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Range distirbution for larval, juvenile, and adult California sheephead.

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Major marine ports and headlands of northern California.

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Major marine ports and headlands of central California.

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Major marine ports and headlands of southern California.

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Estimated statewide commercial landings of cabezon, California sheephead, greenlings, and nearshore rockfishes (including California scorpionfish) in pounds for all gears combined from 1989-1999.

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Estimated statewide commercial landings in pounds for hook-and-line, trap, and gill and trammel net gear from 1989-1999.

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Estimated statewide commercial landings of cabezon, California sheephead, greenlings, and nearshore rockfishes (including California scorpionfish) in pounds for gill and trammel nets from 1989-1999.

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Estimated statewide commercial landings of cabezon, California sheephead, greenlings, and nearshore rockfishes (including California scorpionfish) in pounds for hook-and-line gear from 1989-1999.

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Estimated statewide commercial landings of cabezon, California sheephead, greenlings, and nearshore rockfish (includes California scorpionfish) in pounds for trap gear from 1989-1999.

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Comparison of nearshore rockfish landings with and without group unspecified, group red, and group small rockfish.

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Northern and southern California recreational landings (Source: MRFSS) of cabezon in pounds from 1983-2000. No recreational data available from 1990-1992.

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Northern and southern California recreational landings (Source: MRFSS) of California sheephead in pounds from 1983-2000. No recreational data available from 1990-1992.

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Northern and southern California recreational landings (Source: MRFSS) of greenlings (kelp greenlings, rock greenlings, and greenling genus) in pounds from 1983-2000. No recreational data available from 1990-1992.

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Northern and southern California recreational landings (Source: MRFSS) of nearshore rockfish (including California scorpionfish) in pounds from 1983-2000. No recreational data available from 1990-1992.

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Statewide recreational (Source: MRFSS) and commercial (Source: CALCOM) landings of cabezon in pounds from 1983-2000. No recreational data available from 1990-1992.

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Statewide recreational (Source: MRFSS) and commercial (Source: CALCOM) landings of California sheephead in pounds from 1983-2000. No recreational data available from 1990-1992.

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Statewide recreational (Source: MRFSS) and commercial (Source: CALCOM) landings of greenlings (kelp greenlings, rock greenlings, and greenling genus) in pounds from 1983-2000. No recreational data available from 1990-1992.

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Statewide recreational (Source: MRFSS) and commercial (Source: CALCOM) landings of nearshore rockfishes (includes California scorpionfish) in pounds from 1983-2000. No recreational data available from 1990-1992.

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Northern California rockfish and lingcod management area for 2000 and 2001.

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Southern California rockfish and lingcod management area for 2000 and 2001.

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California's marine districts and counties.

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Flow of information and recommendations between the regional advisory committees, the Department of Fish and Game, and the Fish and Game Commission. The numbers track the flow of recommendations and information over time.

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Northern California marine protected areas.

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Central California marine protected areas.

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Southern California marine protected areas.

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Flow of fishery-dependent and fishery-independent informationthrough the management process.