California Collaborative Fisheries Research Program (CCFRP) as of 2018
CA Collaborative Fisheries Research Program (CCFRP) Hook-and-Line Surveys of Nearshore Fishes in and Near California Marine Protected Areas.
Contains: database files, metadata documentation, and flat files (locations, species, database relationships, trip information, drift data, and catch data), 2007-2018
Growth, mortality, and reproductive potential of California Halibut (Paralichtys californicus) off central California
by Cheryl L. Barnes, "A thesis presented to the faculty of Moss Landing Marine Laboratories.", Thesis (M.S.) -- San Jose State University, 2015.
2007-2018 CCFRP Statewide Database Public Distribution Metadata
Moss Landing Marine Laboratories (MLML) and Cal Poly San Luis Obispo (CP) worked with central California fishing communities to develop monitoring protocols for the use of hook-andline fishing gear, and to collect baseline information for California Marine Protected Areas (MPAs). The program began by surveying the Año Nuevo, Point Lobos, Piedras Blancas, and Point Buchon MPAs, and in corresponding reference sites, and in the proposed Point Reyes and North and Southeast Farallon Islands MPAs, and near Bolinas/ Duxbury Reef to establish standardized protocols. Within these areas, we used a stratified random sampling design to determine sampling locations. At each location, volunteer anglers fished with standardized gear for a specified amount of time. Caught fishes were identified to species, measured, tagged with external T-bar anchor tags, and released at the location of capture. From 2007 to 2018, we have worked with a total of 15 Commercial Passenger Fishing Vessel (CPFV) captains and 896 volunteer anglers, and caught a total of 83,110 fishes from 63 different species. Due to the success of CCFRP in monitoring central California MPAs, the program expanded statewide in 2017. The program now includes partners from Humboldt State University (HSU), Bodega Marine Laboratory (BML), MLML, CP, UC Santa Barbara (UCSB), and Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO). In this inaugural statewide season, 14 MPAs were surveyed over 72 sampling trips. In total, 25,125 fishes were caught and released (4,801 of which were tagged prior to release) over 928 drifts. In combination with the MLML and CP databases dating back to 2007, we have now caught and released 108,235 fishes from 84 different species (45,171 of which were tagged prior to release), and welcomed 1,159 individual anglers in 11 seasons.
2007-2018 CCFRP Statewide Database flat files
This folder contains seven Excel files to be used if MSAccess is not available: trip information (..cvs), angler information (.csv), drift information (.csv), caught fishes (.csv), fish species (.csv), grid cell locations (.csv) and monitoring areas (.csv).
2007-2018 CCFRP Statewide Database Public Distribution
Data Format: The database was created in Microsoft Office Access 2003 & updated to v2010 in February 2014.
Time Standard: Pacific Standard Time
Time Period: 2007 – 2018
Status: The database and metadata are complete
Updates: The database and metadata will be updated with each additional year of data
Access Restrictions: Contact Rick Starr and Dean Wendt before these data are used for publication
Contact Person: Jen Chiu (Email: email@example.com, Phone: 831.771.4479, Address: 8272 Moss Landing Road, Moss Landing, CA 95039)
Movements of black rockfish (Sebastes melanops) in Carmel Bay, California
by Kristen M. Green, "A thesis presented to the faculty of Moss Landing Marine Laboratories.", Thesis (M.S.) -- San Francisco State University, 2010.