conditional fishing mortality rate
The fraction of an initial stock which would be caught during the year (or season) if no other causes of mortality operated. (Also called fishing mortality rate).

Fisheries — dictionary. . 2004.

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  • conditional fishing mortality rate — The fraction of an initial stock which would be caught during the year (or season) if no other causes of mortality operated. (Also called fishing mortality rate) …   Fisheries — dictionary

  • conditional fishing mortality rate — the fraction of an initial stock which would be caught during the year (or season) if no other causes of mortality operated (Ricker, 1975). Also called annual or seasonal fishing mortality rate. Abbreviated as m or m …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • conditional natural mortality rate — The fraction of an initial stock that would die from causes other than fishing during a year (or season), if there were no fishing mortality. Also called: annual natural mortality rate, seasonal natural mortality rate …   Fisheries — dictionary

  • conditional natural mortality rate — The fraction of an initial stock that would die from causes other than fishing during a year (or season), if there were no fishing mortality. Also called: annual natural mortality rate, seasonal natural mortality rate …   Fisheries — dictionary

  • conditional natural mortality rate — the fraction of an initial stock that would die from causes other than fishing during a year (or season), if there were no fishing mortality (Ricker, 1975). Also called annual natural mortality rate, seasonal natural mortality rate …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • fishing mortality rate — the fraction of an initial stock which would be caught during the year (or season) if no other causes of mortality operated. Usually expressed as an instantaneous rate (the percentage of fish dying at any one time) and can reach 2.0 or higher.… …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • seasonal fishing mortality rate — conditional fishing mortality rate (the fraction of an initial stock which would be caught during the year (or season) if no other causes of mortality operated (Ricker, 1975). Also called annual mortality rate. Abbreviated as m) …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • seasonal total mortality rate — the number of fish which die during a season from causes other than fishing divided by the initial number (Ricker, 1975). Also called annual mortality rate, annual natural mortality rate, conditional natural mortality rate, seasonal natural… …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • annual natural mortality rate — annual mortality rate (the ratio between the number of fish which die during a year from causes other than fishing and the number alive at the beginning of that year. Also called conditional natural mortality rate and seasonal natural mortality… …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • annual mortality rate — the ratio between the number of fish which die during a year from causes other than fishing and the number alive at the beginning of that year. Also called annual natural mortality rate, conditional natural mortality rate, seasonal natural… …   Dictionary of ichthyology

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