LstepCE1: Step-wise Constant Effort

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Functions Required Data Rendered Equations Author(s) References See Also Examples

View source: R/MPs_Input.R

Description

A management procedure that incrementally adjusts the total allowable effort (TAE) according to the mean length of recent catches.

Usage

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LstepCE1(
  x,
  Data,
  reps = 100,
  plot = FALSE,
  yrsmth = 5,
  stepsz = 0.05,
  llim = c(0.96, 0.98, 1.05)
)

LstepCE2(
  x,
  Data,
  reps = 100,
  plot = FALSE,
  yrsmth = 5,
  stepsz = 0.1,
  llim = c(0.96, 0.98, 1.05)
)

Arguments

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 trend in mean length.

stepsz

Parameter controlling the size of update increment in effort.

llim

A vector of length reference points that determine the conditions for increasing, maintaining or reducing the effort.

Details

The TAE is calculated as:

where \textrm{TAE}^* is effort in the previous year, S is step-size determined by stepsz, and r is the ratio of L_\textrm{recent} and L_\textrm{ave} which are mean length over the most recent yrsmth years and 2 x yrsmth historical years respectively.

The conditions are specified in the llim argument to the function.

Value

An object of class Rec with the TAE slot(s) populated

Functions

Required Data

See Data for information on the Data object

LstepCE1: LHYear, ML, MPeff, Year

Rendered Equations

See Online Documentation for correctly rendered equations

Author(s)

T. Carruthers

References

Carruthers et al. 2015. Performance evaluation of simple management procedures. ICES J. Mar Sci. 73, 464-482.

Geromont, H.F., Butterworth, D.S. 2014. Generic management procedures for data-poor fisheries; forecasting with few data. ICES J. Mar. Sci. doi:10.1093/icesjms/fst232

See Also

LstepCC1

Examples

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