This data sets consists of data collected from Perue and Chile|
fisheries including climate variables to assess El Nino Southern
Oscillation (ENSO) impacts. The data consist of the following:
Weekly fishing reports from Chile and Peru ports.
Fishing economics reports including soymeal and fishmeal prices.
Yearly mean stock adult biomass and yearly mean recruits biomass.
Anchoveta data including: Nominal Catch, Condition Factor, Time Series
of Percent Length Frequency data for midlength 4.25 cm to 20.25
cm. Peru I and Peru II: Total Biomass, Recruits, Biomass of Mature
Females and Males, Biomass of Mature Females, Egg Production, Biomass
Estimates for anchoveta by class length 4.25 cm to 20.25 cm.
Environmental data including: Mean SST, Turbulence Index, Wind
Velocity, Laskar Events, Upwelling, Thermocline Depth, Velocity, SOI,
Absorbed Solar Radiation, Mean relat. Cloud Cover, Rossby Radius, NO3,
Coastal NO3 flux derived, Coastal Primary Production, Oceanic NO3 flux
derived, Oceanic Primary Production, Primary Production. (mostly for
the period 1953-1984).
Fish Egg production including: Map Standing Stock, Daily Reproductive
Output, Anchoveta Parent Stock, Sardine Biomass, Egg Development Time,
Z (mortaility), estimated Z.
Predation including: Nominal Catch, Total Natural Mortality, Baseline
Natural Mortality, Biomass, Consumption, Numbers, Abundance.
Sea Level data from the Permanent Service for Mean Sea Level (PSMSL)
Yearly economics including: Size and Capacity of Fish, Flour, and Oil
plants: Number of plants, Number of Boats, Ship Hold, Total Capacity,
Total Fish, Flour, and Oil Exports,
Fish Catch: yearly Anchoveta, caballa, jurel, and sardina catch, Catch
for Indirect Human consumption total and by port
Sea level data from: UHSLC joint archive for sea level: research
quality sea level station data at