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Application of Gloss methodology to 3NO cod

Cook, Robin (1998) Application of Gloss methodology to 3NO cod. NAFO Scientific Committee Documents, NAFO (SCR do).

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This document reports the application of the G(loss) approach (Cook, 1998) to cod in 3NO. This method calculates the replacement line associated with the lowest observed spawning stock biomass, B(loss), and the probability that a given fishing mortality rate exceeds this replacement line. If the fishing mortality rate exceeds G(loss) then the stock will tend to decline below the lowest observed SSB.