California Department of Fish and Wildlife

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

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Table 1.1-1.

Contribution of management measures to ecological goals and objectives of the Marine Life Management Act and to the objectives of the Nearshore Fishery Management Plan

Table 1.2-1.

Nearshore species matrix showing ranking and criteria used to determine level of concern.

Table 1.2-2.

Commercial databases used in NFMP data analyses, summaries, reports, etc.

Table 1.2-3.

Recreational databases used in NFMP data analyses, summaries, reports, etc.

Table 1.2-4.

MRFSS estimated number of fishing trips in thousands by mode for northern California.

Table 1.2-5.

MRFSS estimated number of fishing trips in thousands by mode for southern California.

Table 1.2-6.

Averages in pounds for commercial and recreational landings combined, from two time periods, 1983-1989 and 1993-1999 for cabezon, California sheephead, greenlings, and nearshore rockfish

Table 1.2-7.

Total recreational, commercial, and combined landings in pounds from two time periods, 1983-1989 and 1993-1999 for cabezon, California sheephead, greenlings, and nearshore rockfish

Table 1.2-8.

Economic input of new dollars to local coastal economies from recreational angling in the nearshore area in 1998 and 1999 (adjusted for inflation and expressed in year 2000 dollars).

Table 1.2-9.

Economic contribution of new dollars to local coastal economies from recreational angling in the nearshore area, in 1998 and 1999 (adjusted for inflation and expressed in year 2000 dollars), in terms of economic output, earnings, and employment.

Table 1.2-10.

Economic contribution of new dollars to local coastal economies from recreational angling in the nearshore area in 1998 and 1999, in terms of economic output, earnings, and employment.

Table 1.2-11.

Commercial nearshore finfish landings and ex-vessel value, by year, for 19 nearshore finfish species with all commercial gear types combined (excluding trawl).

Table 1.2-12.

Average annual commercial landings, pounds, and value, for NFMP species during 1989-1999, all gears except trawl.

Table 1.2-13.

Economic contribution of nearshore finfish commercial fishing to local port economies, based on average landings by all gears except trawl, during 1989-1999 inclusive.

Table 1.2-14.

Economic contribution of new dollars to local coastal economies from non-extractive nearshore recreation in 1996 (adjusted for inflation and expressed in year 2000 dollars), in terms of output, earnings, and employment.

Table 1.2-15.

Factors Related to the 19 Species Included in the California NFMP.

Table 1.2-16.

Nearshore Fish Stocks within the NFMP.

Table 1.2-17.

Individual species regulations for the recreational nearshore fishery from pre-1991 to 2001.

Table 1.2-18.

State regulations, gear restrictions, and Federal regulations affecting commercial fishing for nearshore fish.

Table 1.2-19.

2000-2001 Optimum yield and allocation for nearshore rockfishes (including California scorpionfish) in metric tons by area.

Table 1.3-1.

Factors Considered in Reviewing Regional Management Approaches.

Table 1.3-2.

Possible scenario of implementation of management measures and tools on a regional basis.

Table 1.3-3 .

Comparison of Four Types of Restricted Access Program.

Table 1.4-1.

Recreational Data Sources.

Table 1.4-2.

Potential of fishery-dependent monitoring and fishery-independent assessment studies to provide essential fishery information .

Table 1.4-3.

Goals and Current, Short, and Long-term Research Implementation.