Ian G. Taylor
Ian G. Taylor
NOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center
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Adjusting for bias due to variability of estimated recruitments in fishery assessment models
RD Methot Jr, IG Taylor
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 68 (10), 1744-1760, 2011
Conservation and management of exploited shark populations based on reproductive value
VF Gallucci, IG Taylor, K Erzini
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 63 (4), 931-942, 2006
A cookbook for using model diagnostics in integrated stock assessments
F Carvalho, H Winker, D Courtney, M Kapur, L Kell, M Cardinale, ...
Fisheries Research 240, 105959, 2021
Model-based estimates of effective sample size in stock assessment models using the Dirichlet-multinomial distribution
JT Thorson, KF Johnson, RD Methot, IG Taylor
Fisheries Research 192, 84-93, 2017
A stock–recruitment relationship based on pre-recruit survival, illustrated with application to spiny dogfish shark
IG Taylor, V Gertseva, RD Methot Jr, MN Maunder
Fisheries Research 142, 15-21, 2013
Hiding or dead? A computationally efficient model of selective fisheries mortality
IG Taylor, RD Methot Jr
Fisheries Research 142, 75-85, 2013
A comparison of stock assessment uncertainty estimates using maximum likelihood and Bayesian methods implemented with the same model framework
IJ Stewart, AC Hicks, IG Taylor, JT Thorson, C Wetzel, S Kupschus
Fisheries Research 142, 37-46, 2013
Status of the Pacific hake (whiting) stock in US and Canadian waters in 2011
IJ Stewart, RE Forrest, C Grandin, OS Hamel, AC Hicks, SJD Martell, ...
Joint US and Canadian Hake Technical Working Group Report, 1-207, 2011
A new semi-parametric method for autocorrelated age-and time-varying selectivity in age-structured assessment models
H Xu, JT Thorson, RD Methot, IG Taylor
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 76 (2), 268-285, 2019
Unconfounding the effects of climate and density dependence using 60 years of data on spiny dogfish (Squalus acanthias)
IG Taylor, VF Gallucci
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 66 (3), 351-366, 2009
Evaluation of alternative modelling approaches to account for spatial effects due to age-based movement
HH Lee, KR Piner, MN Maunder, IG Taylor, RD Methot Jr
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 74 (11), 1832-1844, 2017
Using a recruitment-linked multispecies stock assessment model to estimate common trends in recruitment for US West Coast groundfishes
JT Thorson, IJ Stewart, IG Taylor, AE Punt
Marine Ecology Progress Series 483, 245-256, 2013
Incorporating movement in the modelling of shark and ray population dynamics: approaches and management implications
M Braccini, A Aires-da-Silva, I Taylor
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 26, 13-24, 2016
Beyond visualizing catch-at-age models: Lessons learned from the r4ss package about software to support stock assessments
IG Taylor, KL Doering, KF Johnson, CR Wetzel, IJ Stewart
Fisheries Research 239, 105924, 2021
Status of the Pacific Hake (whiting) stock in US and Canadian waters in 2022
A Berger, A Edwards, C Grandin, K Johnson
A comparison of parametric, semi-parametric, and non-parametric approaches to selectivity in age-structured assessment models
JT Thorson, IG Taylor
Fisheries research 158, 74-83, 2014
Status of the Pacific hake (whiting) stock in US and Canadian waters in 2018
AM Edwards, IG Taylor, CJ Grandin, AM Berger
Prepared by the Joint Technical Committee of the US and Canada Pacific Hake …, 2018
Status of the Pacific Hake (whiting) Stock in US and Canadian Waters in 2013
AC Hicks, N Taylor, C Grandin, IG Taylor, S Cox
International Joint Technical Committee for Pacific Hake, Seattle …, 2014
r4ss: R code for Stock Synthesis
I Taylor, I Stewart, A Hicks, T Garrison, A Punt, J Wallace, C Wetzel, ...
R package version 1, 2013
Status of the US yelloweye rockfish resource in 2011 (Update of 2009 assessment model)
IG Taylor, C Wetzel
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries …, 2011
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