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Erratum Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries (2005) 15: 165  Springer 2005 DOI 10.1007/s11160-005-4305-1 An error occurred during type setting of Table 9 in the article ‘‘An overview of recent global experience with recovery plans for depleted marine resources and suggested guidelines for recovery planning’’ by J. F. Caddy and D. J. Agnew. RFBF 14:43–112. Table 9, page 71, should have appeared as below. We sincerely apologize to the authors for this error. Table 9. A scoring of six recovery plan themes and checklist of questions to consider when preparing a recovery plan Recovery plan theme AB C D E F Environmental changes important for rebuilding/declines? Y Y Y Y Was an effort made to protect/improve critical habitats? Y Did changes in assessment methodologies during plan lead to YY parameter changes/cause problems in interpreting stock condition? Was SSB proposed as the control indicator? Was recruitment irregular before or during the plan? Y Y Y Were there major (potential) sources of bias in the assessments? Y Y Was a recovered age structure considered in the plan? Y Y Were gear restrictions/size limits changed before/in the plan? Y Y Were multispecies (M) technical interactions (T) considered? Y N? N? ? Y Were bycatch considerations taken into account? Y ? ? ? Y Y Was a robust stock rebuilding rule followed? N Y Were there overriding legislation specifying criteria for initiating a ?YYY Y Y non-discretionary recovery plan? Were spatial closures specified? Y Were problems with implementation error considered? ? Y Were hatcheries used to augment recruitment? Y Were there conflicts between stakeholder groups? Y Were fishers consulted? Did they accept the plan? (Sp = sports Sp fishery) Y Was plan duration specified? Was an attempt made to reduce capacity before/during plan? Is effort likely to be diverted to other fisheries during the plan? Y Y Y Y Y Was a fishing mortality (vector) specified? Was there a formal end point to the rebuilding plan? Y Was there litigation before or during (D) the plan/ Was there an D,E external review (E)? Was the management regime changed after recovery? Y Y Did problems increase during the implementation of the plan? Y Y Was the management infrastructure suitable for timely action? Y Y Has the rebuilding effort been successful (P = partly)? Y Y Y P N N Themes in recovery case studies: A = Pacific halibut; B = Spanish mackerel; C = Striped bass; D = Summer flounder; E = Pacific Ocean perch; F = Canadian cod in NAFO 4X5Y. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries Springer Journals
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Life Sciences; Freshwater & Marine Ecology; Zoology
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0960-3166
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Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries (2005) 15: 165  Springer 2005 DOI 10.1007/s11160-005-4305-1 An error occurred during type setting of Table 9 in the article ‘‘An overview of recent global experience with recovery plans for depleted marine resources and suggested guidelines for recovery planning’’ by J. F. Caddy and D. J. Agnew. RFBF 14:43–112. Table 9, page 71, should have appeared as below. We sincerely apologize to the authors for this error. Table 9. A scoring of six recovery plan themes and checklist of questions to consider when preparing a recovery plan Recovery plan theme AB C D E F Environmental changes important for rebuilding/declines? Y Y Y Y Was an effort made to protect/improve critical habitats? Y Did changes in assessment methodologies during plan lead to YY parameter changes/cause problems in interpreting stock condition? Was SSB proposed as the control indicator? Was recruitment irregular before or during the plan? Y Y Y Were there major (potential) sources of bias in the assessments? Y Y Was a recovered age structure considered in the plan? Y Y Were gear restrictions/size limits changed before/in the plan? Y Y Were multispecies (M) technical interactions (T) considered? Y N? N? ? Y Were bycatch considerations taken into account? Y ? ? ? Y Y Was a robust stock rebuilding rule followed? N Y Were there overriding legislation specifying criteria for initiating a ?YYY Y Y non-discretionary recovery plan? Were spatial closures specified? Y Were problems with implementation error considered? ? Y Were hatcheries used to augment recruitment? Y Were there conflicts between stakeholder groups? Y Were fishers consulted? Did they accept the plan? (Sp = sports Sp fishery) Y Was plan duration specified? Was an attempt made to reduce capacity before/during plan? Is effort likely to be diverted to other fisheries during the plan? Y Y Y Y Y Was a fishing mortality (vector) specified? Was there a formal end point to the rebuilding plan? Y Was there litigation before or during (D) the plan/ Was there an D,E external review (E)? Was the management regime changed after recovery? Y Y Did problems increase during the implementation of the plan? Y Y Was the management infrastructure suitable for timely action? Y Y Has the rebuilding effort been successful (P = partly)? Y Y Y P N N Themes in recovery case studies: A = Pacific halibut; B = Spanish mackerel; C = Striped bass; D = Summer flounder; E = Pacific Ocean perch; F = Canadian cod in NAFO 4X5Y.

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