The Fishing Activity Simulation Tool, called FAST has been developed as an extension for the ESRI ArcView GIS Software (v.3.1) in combination with the Spatial Analyst v. 1.0 extension. It is based on two models focussing on the analysis of the spatial components of the fishing effort distribution.
Stock Assessment Tools - The FAO-ICLARM Stock Assessment Tools (FiSAT) is a program package consisting of robust methodologies for use with microcomputers, enabling users to formulate management options for fisheries, especially in data-sparse, tropical contexts.
The system provides users with access to Fishery Statistics of various sorts. Any data having time series structure can potentially be stored and processed by FishStatJ. The system consists of a main module and the datasets. Currently one set of data is included within the set up module, while other sets are provided separately.
The system provides users with access to Fishery Statistics of various sorts. Any data having time series structure can potentially be stored and processed by FishStat Plus. The system consists of the main module and the datasets. Each dataset can be installed and uninstalled separately. This application, developed in 1998 (FishStat+), is NOT compatible with 64 bit operating system and Windows 7 and has now been replaced with FishStatJ.
The Model of Trophodynamics of Black - Azov Ecosystem - An ecology software package for the study of the impact of exotic species introduction on fish stocks: Mnemiopsis-Anchovy relationships case (MTBASE 1.1).
Software for Fishery Survey Data Logging and Analysis - NANSIS is a Survey Information System for logging, editing and analysis of scientific trawl survey data (trawl/catch data and length/frequency data).
SPATIAL is a simulation package developed to model the space-time distribution of fishing intensity using alternative approaches.
Introduction to Thompson and Bell Yield Analysis Using Excel Spreadsheets - This application refers to the use of a group of models loosely based on the work of Thompson and Bell (1934). The models are essentially mathematical depictions of fisheries, or parts of fisheries.
VONBIT stands for von Bertalanffy Iterative Approach and it is a computer software designed to run under Windows. The presented linear regression method for fitting the von Bertalanffy growth function to data on size at age is also directly applicable to tag and recapture data, thus offering a more integrated approach than other similar methods. Several comparison tests have revealed that the present approach shows lower error and bias and more flexibility of action than other commonly used models and systems.