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Fisheries Economics Data Program

 

The Fisheries Economics Data Program is a cooperative data collection program of the Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission and the National Marine Fisheries Service with the help of the Pacific Fishery Management Council and the North Pacific Fishery Management Council.


Overview: A detailed look at this project
Surveys: The Fisheries Economics Data Program conducts annual industry cost and effort surveys. This section contains information about these surveys, including frequently asked questions, survey instruments and summary statistics as they become available.
Data: The Fisheries Economics Data Program has collected several datasets of interest to fisheries economists, including labor and wage statistics, fuel prices as well as various measures of changes in prices and living conditions. This section has datasets available to be downloaded (as ASCII or SPSS).
Resources and Publications: Currently being revised, this section will house the Fisheries Economics Data Program's searchable database of resources of interest to fisheries economists. At the moment there is a list of resources that may be of interest to fisheries economists and social scientists.
Fishing Community Profiles: Collection of West and East Coast fishing community profiling efforts prepared by federal agencies, adacemic researchers and commissions.
Links: Internet links of interest to fisheries economists.
Forum: This area provides a forum for fisheries economists to ask and answer one another's questions, request information or help on fisheries-related issues and discuss topics of interest to fisheries economists.
Contacts: This section contains information about whom to contact about issues related to this project
Site Map: This is a bird's eye view of the Fisheries Economics Data Program site.



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