California Department of Fish and Wildlife

White Seabass Fishery Management Plan: List of Tables

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Table 2-1.

Mean total length and weight at age for white seabass.

Table 2-2.

Estimates of white seabass natural mortality (M).

Table 3-1.

Total white seabass take in U.S. and Mexico by U.S. commercial and recreational industries from 1936-2000.

Table 3-2.

Total California landings (pounds) of white seabass by gear type from 1981-2000.

Table 3-3.

Number of vessels landing white seabass by principle landing gear from 1981-2000.

Table 3-4.

Number of fish businesses receiving white seabass by principle landing area from 1981-2000.

Table 3-5.

Number of fish markets receiving white seabass by pounds received from 1981-2000.

Table 3-6.

1989 participation in white seabass fishing and projected future participation in response to enhancement of catch rates by county of residence.

Table 3-7.

Total annual trip expenditures for saltwater anglers in southern California by fishing mode and resident status for 2000.

Table 3-8.

Southern California participation estimates for the saltwater recreational fishery by area of residence,1993-2000.

Table 3-9.

Average annual market price (per pound) for white seabass from 1981-2000.

Table 3-10.

Examples of annual operating costs by primary gear type.

Table 3-11.

Estimated socioeconomic impact of recreational diving from boats in CINMS reserve area and surrounding waters during 1997.

Table 4-1.

Summary of White Seabass Regulations from 1931 to the Present. (Modified from Vojkovich and Reed 1983).

Table 4-2.

Revenue generated through the purchase of the ocean enhancement stamp, 1992-2000.

Table 5-1.

Proposed alternatives (harvest control rules) for management of the white seabass resource.

Table 6-1.

Observed incidental catch of finfish in the white seabass gill net fishery from 1983-1989 (Vojkovich et al. 1990).

Table 6-2.

Observed incidental catch of invertebrates in the white seabass gill net fishery from 1983-1989 (Vojkovich et al. 1990).

Table 6-3.

Pinniped interactions with recreational anglers targeting white seabass in 1999. Interviewed anglers reported pinnipeds within 100 yards of their fishing area.

Table 6-4.

Reduction estimates of white seabass catch and resulting take using various controls or regulations.

Table 6-5.

Number of years for the white seabass stock to become overfished when management is by one alternative (Y) while stock status suits another alternative (X).

Table 6-6.

Summary of potential effects of proposed alternatives on white seabass fishery management plan (WSFMP) and Marine Life Management Act (MLMA) objectives.

Table 8-1.

Enforcement costs in 2000.

Table 8-2.

Estimated cost of collection and maintenance of statistical (landing receipt, CPFV and commercial logbook) data.

Table 8-3.

Estimated cost of fishery dependent biological sampling.

Table 8-4.

Cost of fishery independent data collection.

Table 8-5.

Administrative cost of coordination for the WSFMP.

Table 8-6.

Costs associated with the annual White Seabass Advisory Panel Meeting (seven panelists).

Table 8-7.

Publication costs for White Seabass FMP amendments and notices.

Table 9-1.

South Coast vessel emissions (tons per day) - 1999.