Ecological Archives A019-038-A2

Rebecca L. Lewison, Candan U. Soykan, and Janet Franklin. 2009. Mapping the bycatch seascape: multispecies and multi-scale spatial patterns of fisheries bycatch. Ecological Applications 19:920–930.

Appendix B. The O-ring statistic, g12(r), vs. time, Moran scatterplots, and Moran scatterplot maps.

FigB1
 

   FIG. B1. g12(r) values for Atlantic loggerhead bycatch. Values were calculated at 0.5° increments for distances ranging from 1°–25°.


 

FigB2
 

   FIG. B2. g12(r) values for Atlantic leatherback bycatch. Values were calculated at 0.5° increments for distances ranging from 1°–25°.


 

FigB3
 

   FIG. B3. g12(r) values for Atlantic pilot whale bycatch. Values were calculated at 0.5° increments for distances ranging from 1°–25°.


 

FigB4
 

   FIG. B4. g12(r) values for Atlantic Risso's dolphin bycatch. Values were calculated at 0.5° increments for distances ranging from 1°–25°.


 

FigB5
 

   FIG. B5. g12(r) values for Pacific Laysan Albatross bycatch. Values were calculated at 0.5° increments for distances ranging from 1°–25°.


 

FigB6
 

   FIG. B6. g12(r) values for Pacific Black-footed Albatross bycatch. Values were calculated at 0.5° increments for distances ranging from 1°–25°.


 

FigB7
 

   FIG. B7. g12(r) values for Pacific loggerhead bycatch. Values were calculated at 0.5° increments for distances ranging from 1°–25°.


 

FigB8
 

   FIG. B8. g12(r) values for Pacific leatherback bycatch. Values were calculated at 0.5° increments for distances ranging from 1°–25°.


 

FigB9
 

   FIG. B9. g12(r) values for Atlantic bycatch (all species listed in Appendix A). Values were calculated at 0.5° increments for distances ranging from 1°–25°.


 

FigB10
 

   FIG. B10. g12(r) values for Pacific bycatch (all species listed in Appendix A). Values were calculated at 0.5° increments for distances ranging from 1°–25°.


 

FigB11a FigB11b
 
  FIG. B11. Moran scatterplot and map for Atlantic leatherbacks. Points colored yellow in the scatterplot and on the map correspond to observed fishing sets that had above average values for bycatch per unit effort and whose nearest neighbor also had above average values (i.e., putative bycatch hotspots).

 

FigB12a FigB12b
 
   FIG. B12. Moran scatterplot and map for Atlantic pilot whales. Points colored yellow in the scatterplot and on the map correspond to observed fishing sets that had above average values for bycatch per unit effort and whose nearest neighbor also had above average values (i.e., putative bycatch hotspots).

 

FigB13a FigB13b
 
   FIG. B13. Moran scatterplot and map for Atlantic Risso's dolphins. Points colored yellow in the scatterplot and on the map correspond to observed fishing sets that had above average values for bycatch per unit effort and whose nearest neighbor also had above average values (i.e., putative bycatch hotspots).

 

FigB14a FigB14b
 
   FIG. B14. Moran scatterplot and map for Pacific Laysan Albatrosses. Points colored yellow in the scatterplot and on the map correspond to observed fishing sets that had above average values for bycatch per unit effort and whose nearest neighbor also had above average values (i.e., putative bycatch hotspots).

 

FigB15a FigB15b
 
   FIG. B15. Moran scatterplot and map for Pacific Black-footed Albatrosses. Points colored yellow in the scatterplot and on the map correspond to observed fishing sets that had above average values for bycatch per unit effort and whose nearest neighbor also had above average values (i.e., putative bycatch hotspots).

 

FigB16a FigB16b
 
   FIG. B16. Moran scatterplot and map for Pacific loggerheads. Points colored yellow in the scatterplot and on the map correspond to observed fishing sets that had above average values for bycatch per unit effort and whose nearest neighbor also had above average values (i.e., putative bycatch hotspots)

 

FigB17a FigB17b
 
   FIG. B17. Moran scatterplot and map for Pacific leatherbacks. Points colored yellow in the scatterplot and on the map correspond to observed fishing sets that had above average values for bycatch per unit effort and whose nearest neighbor also had above average values (i.e., putative bycatch hotspots).

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