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John M. Hoenig
John M. Hoenig
Professor of Fisheries Science, Virginia Institute of Marine Science
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The abuse of power: the pervasive fallacy of power calculations for data analysis
JM Hoenig, DM Heisey
The American Statistician 55 (1), 19-24, 2001
22212001
Empirical use of longevity data to estimate mortality rates
AB BOWERS, DI WILLIAMSON, RA CAMPBELL, RL HAEDRICH, ...
Fishery Bulletin 81 (4), 898, 1983
19161983
Life-history patterns in the elasmobranchs: implications for fisheries management
JM Hoenig
Elasmobranchs as Living Source: Advances in the Biology, Ecology Systematics …, 1990
6961990
Evaluating the predictive performance of empirical estimators of natural mortality rate using information on over 200 fish species
AY Then, JM Hoenig, NG Hall, DA Hewitt, Handling editor: Ernesto Jardim
ICES Journal of Marine Science 72 (1), 82-92, 2015
5682015
Comparison of two approaches for estimating natural mortality based on longevity
DA Hewitt, JM Hoenig
Fishery Bulletin 103 (2), 433, 2005
3792005
Analysing differences between two age determination methods by tests of symmetry
JM Hoenig, MJ Morgan, CA Brown
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 52 (2), 364-368, 1995
2401995
Tag reporting rate estimation: 1. An evaluation of the high-reward tagging method
KH Pollock, JM Hoenig, WS Hearn, B Calingaert
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 21 (3), 521-532, 2001
2272001
Catch rate estimation for roving and access point surveys
KH Pollock, JM Hoenig, CM Jones, DS Robson, CJ Greene
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 17 (1), 11-19, 1997
2001997
Multiyear tagging studies incorporating fishing effort data
JM Hoenig, NJ Barrowman, WS Hearn, KH Pollock
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 55 (6), 1466-1476, 1998
1911998
Recommendations for catch-curve analysis
MW Smith, AY Then, C Wor, G Ralph, KH Pollock, JM Hoenig
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 32 (5), 956-967, 2012
1882012
Survival of juvenile lemon sharks at Bimini, Bahamas, estimated by mark–depletion experiments
SH Gruber, JRC de Marignac, JM Hoenig
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 130 (3), 376-384, 2001
1652001
Estimation of fishing and natural mortality when a tagging study is combined with a creel survey or port sampling
KH Pollock, JM Hoenig, CM Jones
North Carolina State University. Dept. of Statistics, 1989
1471989
Models for tagging data that allow for incomplete mixing of newly tagged animals
JM Hoenig, NJ Barrowman, KH Pollock, EN Brooks, WS Hearn, ...
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 55 (6), 1477-1483, 1998
1261998
Direct estimates of gear selectivity from multiple tagging experiments
RA Myers, JM Hoenig
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 54 (1), 1-9, 1997
1251997
Calculation of catch rate and total catch in roving surveys of anglers
JM Hoenig, CM Jones, KH Pollock, DS Robson, DL Wade
Biometrics, 306-317, 1997
1241997
Estimating mortality from mean length data in nonequilibrium situations, with application to the assessment of goosefish
T Gedamke, JM Hoenig
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 135 (2), 476-487, 2006
1212006
Testing and viewing symmetry in contingency tables, with application to readers of fish ages
GT Evans, JM Hoenig
Biometrics, 620-629, 1998
1171998
Using demographic models to determine intrinsic rate of increase and sustainable fishing for elasmobranchs: pitfalls, advances, and applications
T Gedamke, JM Hoenig, JA Musick, WD DuPaul, SH Gruber
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 27 (2), 605-618, 2007
1092007
Stock assessment of the blue crab in Chesapeake Bay 2005
TJ Miller, SJD Martell, DB Bunnell, CF Bonzek, D Hewitt, J Hoenig, ...
1062005
Assessing mortality of released or discarded fish using a logistic model of relative survival derived from tagging data
RE Hueter, CA Manire, JP Tyminski, JM Hoenig, DA Hepworth
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 135 (2), 500-508, 2006
952006
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