Description Usage Arguments Details Value Functions Required Data Rendered Equations Author(s) References See Also Examples
The TAC is the average historical catch over the last yrsmth
(default 5) years,
multiplied by (1xx
)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11  CC1(x, Data, reps = 100, plot = FALSE, yrsmth = 5, xx = 0)
CC2(x, Data, reps = 100, plot = FALSE, yrsmth = 5, xx = 0.1)
CC3(x, Data, reps = 100, plot = FALSE, yrsmth = 5, xx = 0.2)
CC4(x, Data, reps = 100, plot = FALSE, yrsmth = 5, xx = 0.3)
CC5(x, Data, reps = 100, plot = FALSE, yrsmth = 5, xx = 0.4)
CurC(x, Data, reps = 100, plot = FALSE, yrsmth = 1, xx = 0)

x 
A position in the data object 
Data 
A data object 
reps 
The number of stochastic samples of the MP recommendation(s) 
plot 
Logical. Show the plot? 
yrsmth 
Years over which to calculate mean catches 
xx 
Parameter controlling the TAC. Mean catches are multiplied by
(1 
The TAC is calculated as:
\textrm{TAC} = (1x)C_{\textrm{ave}}
where x lies between 0 and 1, and C_{\textrm{ave}} is average historical
catch over the previous yrsmth
years.
The TAC is constant for all future projections.
An object of class Rec
with the TAC
slot populated with a numeric vector of length reps
CC1
: TAC is average historical catch from recent yrsmth
years
CC2
: TAC is average historical catch from recent yrsmth
years reduced by 10\
CC3
: TAC is average historical catch from recent yrsmth
years reduced by 20\
CC4
: TAC is average historical catch from recent yrsmth
years reduced by 30\
CC5
: TAC is average historical catch from recent yrsmth
years reduced by 40\
CurC
: TAC is fixed at last historical catch
See Data for information on the Data
object
CC1
: Cat, LHYear, Year
See Online Documentation for correctly rendered equations
T. Carruthers
Geromont, H. F., and D. S. Butterworth. 2015. Generic Management Procedures for DataPoor Fisheries: Forecasting with Few Data. ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal Du Conseil 72 (1). 25161.
Other Constant Catch MPs:
GB_CC()
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