biomass-weighted F


biomass-weighted F
an estimate of fishing mortality in which F estimates for each age group are weighted by corresponding stock biomass at age. Used to make average F estimates from age structured assessments comparable to those obtained from surplus production modeling of all stock components

Dictionary of ichthyology. 2009.

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